Dive in FNF - Friday Night Funkin' , you step into the shoes of Boyfriend, a guy with blue hair trying to win over his girlfriend, Girlfriend. The catch? Her dad, a rockstar demon called Daddy Dearest, is not a fan. To prove your love and avoid a fiery fate, you have to face off in rap battles against him and other musical characters in Friday Night Funkin' (FNF).
The game keeps it simple: arrows fall from the top, and you hit the right keys to match the beat. The better your timing, the higher your score, and, of course, the cooler you look in the rap showdowns.
FNF is the brainchild of two indie developers, ninjamuffin99 and PhantomArcade. They cooked it up during a 72-hour game jam in 2020. Thanks to the catchy tunes from Kawai Sprite and the cool visuals from Watabou, the game quickly went from a demo to a full-blown community favorite. That's the story behind how FNF, with its infectious beats, became more than just a game—it became a cultural hit.
Use the arrow keys or WASD to match the falling arrows with the rhythm of the song.
The faster the tune, the quicker the arrows drop, challenging your reflexes.
To mirror the notes, groove with the Arrow keys or WASD.
Select with Enter
Go back with ESC
Adjust volume with + and - keys, or mute with 0.