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Security Breach: Fury's Rage (Not Furry's Rage) is a Spin-Off of the Five Nights at Freddy's series. It was developed by Scott Cawthon, as a sort of apology for fans for the continued postponing of Five Nights At Freddy's: Security Breach. It features artwork by Claudia Schröder and music by Leon Riskin, the former of which was also involved in the creation of Freddy in Space 2, another spin-off game of the Five Nights at Freddy's -franchise. The game was released on April 28, 2021 on Game Jolt.


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  • Action Girl: Roxanne and Chica are just as eager to join the brawl as Freddy and Montgomery.
  • Adaptational Villainy: The Puppet, who was the closest to a Big Good among the animatronics in the main series, is just another mook trying to stop you from reaching the end of the level in this game.
  • Ambiguously Human: The VR Sisters appear to be just a bunch of girls with VR-goggles on. But they also have inhuman skin-colors and seem to have circuitry running through their bodies, which suggests they might be androids.
  • All Just a Dream: Zigzagged. The opening features Scott Cawthon having a nightmare about the fans' reaction to the delay of Security Breach and deciding to make a game to appease them where he fights alongside them. This implies the following game is taking place in Scott's dream.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: The list of things Scott Cawthon says the fans will do when they discover he delayed Security Breach "They're gonna kill me, they're gonna burn my house down, they're gonna... they're gonna... they're gonna tar and feather me!"
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    • Subverted if you know that tarring and feathering, if you enjoy having your skin intact and not covered with burns, probably is up with the other two.
  • Art Shift: Like Freddy in Space 2 before it. Fury's Rage switches from the series' usual 3D to a 2D side-scroller.
  • Boobs of Steel: Roxanne is noticeably more buxom than Chica, and has a significantly higher Power rating.
  • Call-Back: There are many references to previous FNaF-games.
    • Some of the grunts are based directly on skins featured in Special Delivery. The Poison Foxy enemies are based on Radioactive Foxy, the Trap enemies are based on Clown Springtrap, and the Fire Girl enemies are based on Broiler Baby.
      • Though not based on any skin, the Punk Mangle enemies are, of course, modeled after Mangle.
      • Soulbrawler is obviously a callback to when Souldozer was a boss in one of FNAF World's mini-games. Looks like it really wasn't the last people would see of him.
    • "IT'S ME" appears as graffiti in the background of the first stage.
    • Scraptrap can be seen slumped against the wall during the second stage's boss fight.
  • Combat Stilettos: Chica wears a pair of green knee-high high-heel boots while kicking ass.
  • Contralto of Danger: Roxanne has a very deep voice and is a Boisterous Bruiser.
  • Dangerously Short Skirt: Chica wears a dark purple pencil skirt that barely reaches her thighs, and has a tendency to ride up. It doesn't stop her from being as much of an Action Girl as Roxanne.
  • Degraded Boss: The VR Sisters are reduced to regular grunts after you beat them in the first stage.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: The subtitle. It basically means "Anger's Anger".
  • Difficult, but Awesome: Glamrock Chica. She makes up for her low power with a beastly special. Her good speed and jump kick also let her move her high, far, and fast, letting her really fly (pun fully intended) across the stage, which can get you in a good position to kick incoming enemies in the face or out of a bad position. If you use her special with confidence you'll mow through enemies quick enough to pick up a reasonable amount of healing items to replenish said special's uses.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Vanny is this on Hard Mode to Dreamgeist.
  • Dual Boss: The VR Sisters attack in a team.
  • Eldritch Abomination: The game's True Final Boss, Dreamgeist, is this. It appears to be a serpentine version of the box from "Five Nights at Freddy's 4".
  • The End... Or Is It?: The ending text-scroll has the main four wondering what the battle was actually about and worrying whether it was merely a distraction for a bigger evil that they have yet to see.
  • Everything's Better with Spinning: The four main animatronics Specials all feature them going in a circle while dishing out pain.
    • Freddy does a Hurricane Kick.
    • Monty does a sort of spinning clothesline.
    • Roxanne does a helicopter slash with her claws.
    • Chica does a cartwheel kick.
  • Fat Bastard:
    • The Thug Chica enemies.
    • The Trap enemies, which are based on Clown Springtrap.
    • Mega Brow.
  • Final Boss: Vanny is the final opponent of the fourth stage. Subverted if you're playing on Hard Mode, in which case she's a Disc-One Final Boss.
  • Flunky Boss: After the first stage, every boss you fight will be accompanied by a gaggle of grunts to back them up.
  • Gainaxing: Roxanne actually has some of this in her idle and walk animations.
  • Gender-Equal Ensemble: You can choose between Chica, Montgomery, Roxanne and Freddy.
  • Genre Shift: Fury's Rage is a Beat 'em Up side-scroller in the vein of Double Dragon and Streets of Rage, as opposed to a horror-game with strategy-elements.
  • Girly Bruiser: Chica wears mostly pink, has pink streaks in her hair and kicks just as much ass as her companions.
  • Kick Chick(en): Chica mainly fights by kicking things.
  • Multiple Endings: There's the ending for normal mode and the ending for hard mode.
    • Normal Ending: A text-scroll rolls down over an image of the animatronics looking over their city. It tells the player that the team is happy about a job well done, but is also wary about what might come in the future, though they remain cautiously hopeful.
    • Hard Mode Ending: After the usual normal ending, there's a small animated cut-scene of Scott peeking out of his house, then quickly retreating and hanging a "Sorry!"-sign on his door.
  • Shout-Out: To a lot of Beatem up's but Streets of Rage comparisons can be found the most. Freddy having similarities to Axel, Both Chica and Roxanne bringing mind to Blaze while Monty can be compared to Max. This even extends to some of the enemies such as the VR Sisters being very similar to Mona and Lisa, Mega Brow possibly being based on R Bear and Thug Chica obviously referencing Big Ben.
  • Testosterone Poisoning: Monty, full stop, and decidedly Played for Laughs.
  • Token Human: Since the VR Sisters are closer to being Ambiguously Human, Vanny is the only human boss and enemy in the entire game. She's also the Final Boss.
  • True Final Boss: If you're playing on Hard Mode, then once you've beaten Vanny, you get taken to a bonus 5th level, and have to fight Dreamgeist, a giant serpentine version of the box from "Five Nights at Freddy's 4".
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: Roxanne, like in Security Breach proper. One of the VR Sisters wear them too.

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