Friday Night Funkin’
Friday Night Funkin is a open source and free-to-play rhythm game reminiscent of the classic Dance Dance Revolution.
FNF invites players into a world where music takes center stage and rhythm reigns supreme. In this captivating music and rhythm game, you find yourself in the midst of a unique challenge: battling against your girlfriend’s father, a seasoned musician, in a series of intense rhythm competitions. Your goal? Win his approval and capture the heart of your sweetheart by proving that you’re the superior singer.
To emerge victorious in these rhythmic showdowns, you must press the arrows at the precise moment to produce the right sounds and maintain the rhythm throughout each song. Missing as few notes as possible is crucial if you hope to impress your opponents and secure victory.
Friday Night Funkin’ boasts a compelling story mode that spans seven weeks, each featuring a new set of rap battles against a variety of opponents. From Daddy Dearest to Skid and Pump, Pico, and beyond, you’ll face off against a diverse cast of characters, each with their own unique style and challenges. Can you beat them all without missing a beat?
With three levels of difficulty to choose from, including an incredibly challenging hard mode, Friday Night Funkin’ offers an experience tailored to players of all skill levels. And for those looking to hone their skills, the freeplay mode provides a perfect opportunity to practice each song individually.
Whether you’re at home, on your Chromebook, or even at school (during your free time, of course!), you can enjoy Friday Night Funkin’ and its most popular mods for free online. So, grab your headphones, unleash your inner rhythm, and prepare to take on the ultimate musical challenge wherever you go!
Friday Night Funkin’ made its debut on October 5, 2020, emerging from the creative cauldron of the Ludum Dare 47 game jam, a renowned game development competition hosted by Newgrounds. Initially featuring a tutorial, 2 weeks, and 6 songs, this rhythm game cast players in the role of the boyfriend, navigating a musical showdown to win the heart of their beloved.
From its inception, Friday Night Funkin’ captivated players with its infectious beats and engaging gameplay. The game quickly gained traction and earned widespread acclaim for its catchy tunes and challenging rhythms. Building on its initial success, the game’s content expanded, with 5 additional weeks, 15 more songs, and a plethora of new characters added to the mix.
One of the defining features of Friday Night Funkin’ is its open-source nature, which has fostered a vibrant and creative community. This accessibility has empowered fans to create their own mods, introducing new characters, songs, and levels to the game. As a result, the universe of Friday Night Funkin’ has continued to evolve and grow, with each new mod adding fresh layers of excitement and creativity to the musical battle game.
Thanks to the dedication and ingenuity of both its creators and its passionate fanbase, Friday Night Funkin’ has become a beloved staple of the rhythm game genre, captivating players with its infectious energy and timeless charm.
You play as the “Boyfriend”, whom had to prove himself worthy of dating the “Girlfriend” in singing and rapping battle against arrays of different characters ranging from her Dad to her Mom.
Friday Night Funkin currently have 7 weeks, each with its own unique character(s) and songs to sing.
Listen to the OST on the Composer’s (kawaisprite) Official YouTube channel below.
- Week 1:
- Week 2:
- Week 3:
- Week 4:
- Week 5:
- Week 6:
- Week 7 :
Play more with Friday Night Funkin Mod.
- ninja_muffin99 – Programming
- KadeDev – Programming
- PhantomArcade3k and evilsk8r – ARTISTS
- kawaisprite – TASTY MUSIC
If you want a challenge, turn off Ghost Tapping in the settings.
Recommend using Google Chrome to play FNF Mod for the best performance.
Jam to the beats and just have fun!
How to Play:
WASD or arrow keys or change to DFJK in options to play
+ and – to increase/decrease the volume
0 to mute
Enter to select
ESC to go back