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The FNaF Archive's 2018 Year In Review

The FNaF Archive's 2018 Year In Review

By Retroity · December 31, 2018

2018 was the year that I launched The FNaF Archive. It was also an incredibly eventful year for The FNaF Archive. So with this year coming to a close, let’s take a look at what happened this year, and what’s next.

1. What Happened This Year

On February 20, 2018, after about a year of on/off development, The FNaF Archive, which was the successor project to The FNaF Teaser Archive, officially launched. By the next month, I had launched a twitter, moved hosts from Neocities to DigitalOcean, and completely migrated the site from being entirely static to using a PHP templating system.

Then, shortly after, I cleaned up the site and got it into tip-top shape, did an april fools joke, killed the original teaser archive that this site was a successor to. got banned and unbanned from Twitter, and finally totally revamped the teaser part of the site. Phew.

2. Statistics for 2018

Do you like statistics? Because I sure do! Here's the statistics for The FNaF Archive for 2018. These statistics are from February 20, 2018 to December 30, 2018

1,950,693 Pageviews
500+ GB of Bandwidth Used*
*(Rough estimate based on monthly data for December, CloudFlare doesn't give historical data)
The FNaF Archive 2018 Country Stats
(Sources: Google Analytics & CloudFlare)

3. What's Next?

Everything that occurred this year isn't the end of what's coming. Not even close. Here's the major things set to come next year:

If you have any suggestions for additions or changes to the site to be made next year, please let me know in the comments of this Reddit thread!

4. Conclusions

Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed this site as much as I enjoyed making it, and enjoyed this year as much as I have. Additionally, thank you to everyone for all your support, comments, suggestions, and help since the site launched!

Thanks for 2018, and Happy New Years!