FNF Unblocked VS Impostor v3 is an enhanced version of FNF VS Impostor, one of the most popular mods for the music rhythm game Friday Night Funkin’. Packed with new songs, sprites, and cutscenes, it marks the return of the cold-blooded killer from Among Us and leaves Boyfriend no other option but to challenge him to a rap battle once again. This mod was created by Team Funktastic.
Packed with new songs, sprites, and cutscenes, it marks the return of the cold-blooded killer from Among Us and leaves Boyfriend no other option but to challenge him to a rap battle once again. This mod “FNF Unblocked” was created by Team Funktastic.
Gameplay of FNF Unblocked
You have a very simple task in Friday Night Funkin FNF Unblocked vs Impostor Among Us V3 Mod to play when the Arrow Marks are coming from below, when the arrows are on the top arrow, then press the exact arrows.
After picking between playing either the story mode or free play mode, in either case, give it your best to reach the end of the songs by playing their notes following the charts, when your turn comes.
This means that you need to watch for when arrow symbols above BF match one another and press the same keys from the keyboard yourself to get that note right.
If you press the wrong key, or the correct one but too early or too late, that counts as a miss, and if you make too many misses in a row, you lose the game and have to start it again from scratch.
Tips and Tricks for FNF Unblocked
Pay Attention to the Entire Sequence
A common mistake beginner FNF Unblocked players make is to only focus on the notes as they hit the arrows on your side of the screen. One of the best things to do, though, is pay full attention to the sequence before it’s even your turn.
Start on Easy Mode
This may sound like a given, but it’s definitely a good idea to start your funky journey on Easy mode. Friday Night Funkin’ has three different game modes: Easy, Normal, and Hard.
If Normal difficulty is proving to be challenging, it’s a good idea to take it down a notch and ace the Easy mode first. Leave the Hard mode until you feel confident enough in the week’s songs to do well, or else poor Boyfriend will suffer a hit to his ego.
Listen to the Music
Rhythm games are based almost entirely on music. Even though the genre has only recently been brought back into the limelight, the music from many of them is still well-renowned.
If you learn the music before or during your journey, it can help you have a general idea of what’s coming when you play. Listening to the music can help you remember sequences, especially when it repeats most of the sequences twice. Not to mention that the music in FNF Unblocked is indeed funky, so it’s a fun listen.
Use FreePlay to Practice Individual Songs
In the game, there are two game modes: Story Mode and FreePlay. Story Mode is divided into Weeks, each one featuring one main opponent. Each Week has three songs that get progressively harder as you go.
Focus on the Main Game Before Playing Mods
There is an amazingly talented modding community built around FNF Unblocked. Players and game developers alike have created some stunning mods for the game, but some can go beyond the hardest difficulty level in the main game.
For this reason, it’s best to practice playing the main game before trying mods, but once you are more confident it’s worth it to check out the talent found in the modding community.
Don’t Button Smash
When a lot of notes come at once, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and smash every button as fast as you can and try not to die. This is definitely not the best course of action.
Make sure to keep your cool and try to process just one or two of the buttons instead of all four. Button smashing will just bring Boyfriend closer to losing the rap battle. If the sequences are still too fast to process, try Easy mode if you aren’t already on it.
Change the Scroll Pattern
Since FNF Unblocked still isn’t fully developed, it gets new updates every once in a while. In one of the most recent ones, a new way to play the game was added – downward scrolling.
Previously, the only way to view the notes was an upward scrolling pattern. Now you can play with the notes scrolling towards the bottom of the screen. For some players, this has proved immensely useful, so if you find the notes to be disorienting or confusing, try switching up the scrolling pattern.
The biggest piece of advice is simply to practice. While this may seem obvious, it can be frustrating to not be good at the game on your first try, and it may be tempting to give up and say the game just isn’t for you.
The best thing to do is spend time practicing the songs that give you the most issues and perfect your playing. FNF Unblocked is a very accessible game, available for free, so it’s worth trying to succeed so you can play a fun, well-made game and enjoy it.