Just when you thought Five Nights at Freddy's was already creepy enough, a dedicated Minecraft fan proves us wrong.

Kotaku reports that Steam user Maximum Player has found a way around the jump-scare laden, hit horror game, Five Nights at Freddy's — just build walls. If you're confused, you can watch the video above. Basically, Maximum Player combined the components of Five Nights at Freddy's with Minecraft in a way that's much easier. It doesn't matter what kind of walls, we just want to build as many walls between us an those creepy animatronics as we possibly can. Plus, the ability to dig our asses out of that security room would also be great. We're still wondering why that one fan decided to create a real life Freddy Fazbear animatronic, because we wouldn't want to be within 100 miles of that thing and it's sitting in the guy's living room.

Five Nights at Freddy's just came out with the third and possibly last installment of the series. It stars all its previously introduced characters, Freddy Fazbear, Foxy, Chica, Bonnie, the Puppet and Balloon Boy, but those aren't the characters you have to be afraid of in this cross-over video. Instead, you need to watch out for Springtrap who will be the one that will haunt your nightmares. You can check out the video above of Maximum Player's Minecraft-infused Five Nights at Freddy's or play Five Nights at Freddy's 3 out now for PC, iOS and Android.