The Custom Night is a bonus night in Five Nights at Tubbyland where the player can change the AI levels of the animatronics. It is unlocked by beating the sixth night. Only Tinky Winky, Dipsy, and Laa-Laa can be changed, due to Po's movement being based on the Music Box, and Noo-Noo being an easter egg. For each tubbybot, there is a button to set their AI level to 20, a button to set it to 0, and a button to randomize it. This night has no phone call.
The pink slip is an ending that appears when beating the custom night. It says: "Notice of Termination" at the top, and below it, "(you're fired)". The reason is "tampering with the animatronic characters", the employment says "Tubbyland Entertainment", and the memo says "Get out." The text at the top reads "Good job, sport! Now go home" and the text at the bottom reads "THE END". The background is what seems to be a different view of the Party Hall with a white tint around the screen edges.
By maxing out the AI of all the tubbybots, the player plays the 3/20 mode. In order to beat this night, the player must wind up the music box at every open moment, as it winds down very quickly. Tinky Winky has a high chance of moving to the Party Hall instantly, forcing you to switch to his camera often to keep him at bay. For Dipsy, the fumes should be released around the time where he would move, this will stop Dipsy long enough to avoid him for the entire night. As for Laa-Laa, check the Left Door camera and the Repair Hall everytime something moves. If she is in either of those locations, quickly close the door.
Once the player beats the night with all AI levels set to 20, the pink slip will appear like usual, then a secret minigame plays, of which a video can be found here. You play as Po, walking around the restaurant, going to prepare the custard machine for the gang in the morning. Later, it shows that Po caused the Custard Machine Explosion Incident. In completion of the minigame, the player is jumpscared by PTLD-93.
If you enter the Kitchen in the minigame, Noo-Noo will quickly fade away. The reason for this is unknown. If you walk to the right wall, then a secret screen will show of Noo-Noo, with Employee #3's silhouette being shown on his backside when brightened, as well as the text "GREEN EYES" to the right.
The Custom Night is a bonus night in Five Nights at Tubbyland 2 where the player can change the AI levels of the animatronics. It is unlocked by beating the sixth night. This night has no phone call.
The pink slip is an ending that appears when beating the custom night. It says "Notice of Termination" and under it, "(you're fired)". The rest of the slip says "After disregarding basic rules including:Animatronic Tampering, Exiting unprofessionally, Possible low psychiatry, A bad smelling work space. Employee E. Jameson will be fired and restrained from returning within for the next eight months." The text at the top reads "GOOD JOB, SPORT!" and the text at the bottom reads "NOW GO HOME". The background appears to be a faded view of Dipsy's Arcade.
This is the highest available difficulty in the game, with all animatronics' AI set to 20.
One strategy that is usable to beat this mode effectively, it is required to keep the toggle transmissions at 30 as much as possible, as it is just enough to deactivate Noo-Noo and it also gives enough time to run out when the smoke machine is needed to defend against another tubbybot. It is also required to check the Room Of Stories very often, as Tinky Winky will move and shut off the power, making you vulnerable to one of the tubbybots if you do not check it often, especially Noo-Noo.
The pattern is as follows :
- Go to Noo-Noo's Kitchen and drain the transmissions until it hits 30.
- Look at the Room Of Stories after the first step then quickly go back to the first step.
- If Noo-Noo activates, use the 30 transmissions to deactivate him then wait for it to go back to 30, then repeat the first two steps.
- If a tubbybot appears in the office, use the smoke machine as early as possible. The transmissions will run out quick enough to allow you to use it.
Another strategy is to keep the camera on the Room Of Stories as much as possible, flip it up and down repeatedly, and stay still when Po appears, use toggle transmissions when Noo-Noo activates, and use the smoke whenever a tubbybot is heard to have entered. This strategy is recommended for after the Thanksgiving update due to Dipsy appearing much more often, making it so having the camera down before he appears makes it a lot easier to survive his attack, as well as Noo-Noo being very inactive, only activating twice maximum in the night even at max AI level, and giving a lot of time to be deactivated.
If the player beats the night with all six AI levels at 20, the pink slip appears like usual, then a secret cutscene plays, again showing the Custard Machine Explosion Incident but instead from Po's point of view. It shows her with all the other tubbybots including Noo-Noo in their regular state, and Po deploying an explosive device. The completion of this cutscene also results in a Noo-Noo jumpscare, but after that, the words 'Are you still there' appears, followed by 'I have been for years'.
In the thanksgiving update, the fixed animatronics are replaced with newer versions of the fixed tubbybots, as well as the mask of Po that you see through. There is a poster and a camera at the corner, and more detail overall. Noo-Noo is also simply a silhouette along with PTLD-93 who now appears to the left. Noo-Noo still jumpscares you, and the text is the same, however the jumpscare is now more in the style of the first game Noo-Noo's jumpscare.
- As hinted at by the pink slip saying that Evan Jameson will be restrained for eight months, he returns in the third game as a cameo.
- On this night only, clicking Tinky Winky's stomach on the poster in the office will make a honking noise.
- On this night only, Tinky Winky will not flash his eyes when the power goes out.
- When setting all six AI levels to six and pressing the start button, a single frame jumpscare of Noo-Noo from the third game appears and crashes the game.
The Custom Night is a bonus night in Five Nights at Tubbyland 3: The End Game where the player can change the AI levels of the animatronics. It is unlocked by beating the sixth night. This night has no phone call. In this night you get a Po plush and a Tubbyland balloon on the desk in your office.
Instead of a pink slip like usual, a newspaper is shown as an ending for the custom night when beating it on any other setting than all AI levels on 20. The headline reads "Guard Missing!" and the content reads "Security guard of local Tubbyland Warehouse goes missing after taking in his last pay. Investigators suspect he left as he was being highly suspected of crimes against the facility in its past. Being known for possibly hacking into the animatronic systems on many occasions the guard likely left the facility and is still out there somewhere planning for a future of crime." There is then a blurred picture of a grey silhouette of a head and shoulders, with text beside it saying "Have you seen this man? If so call your local police." All other sections around it are blurred out and just repeat the word blah over and over again.
This is the highest difficulty available in the game. It consists of all of the animatronics' AI level at 20.
In order to beat this mode effectively, the player must be very attentive to audio cues, and be able to manage doors and power properly. Doors must be open as much as possible to keep the power level high, and Prototype Laa-Laa may be watched to delay her runs. Prototype Po may be viewed instead if she is at the Main Hallway, to check if it is okay to open the middle door again.
- Noo-Noo is the easiest to detect and avoid due to making a perpetual sound whenever he is at the door. When the sound begins, close the appropriate door, and open the door once the sound ends.
- Po, Decimated, and Prototype Dipsy should be detected by listening to any footsteps and by listening for stinger sounds when checking the doorways. Close the door once they are spotted until it has been a while.
- Prototype Laa-Laa may be viewed in the monitor, though this will only likely delay her runs, as she is extremely active and could start running while being distracted by other tubbybots. If you hear light running, close the middle door as quick as possible, then open it back up after hearing the knocking.
- Prototype Po can be easily detected by listening for her laugh while in the office, as the only sound cue that is heard in the office when she moves is the one for when she is at the door. Close the door, and check the Main Hallway instead of the Supply Closet for her, as opening the door for just a bit can let her in. Once you are completely sure that she is gone (other tubbybots may appear to take her place, but she might still be there), open the door.
- Prototype Tinky Winky can easily be avoided if you make sure to wait until the vent sound cue finishes THEN you can use the main heater to fend the tubbybot off. Remember to turn off the heater as soon as possible to prevent him from appearing.
- The Original is easy to avoid, however he can be a bit difficult to detect. His running footsteps are slightly heavier and harder than Prototype Laa-Laa's, so when you hear that, open the door for just a bit if it is closed off already to let him in.
Beating 8/20 mode gives the player access to a secret cutscene.
If the player beats the night with all eight AI levels at 20, the 5 AM animation does not switch to 6 AM, and a secret cutscene plays, showing the player going past the right doorway of the office, trying to get to a door that presumably leads to the Wreckage Hall. Po appears at the office doorway, saying hello, and the player quickly opens the door, but Noo-Noo is behind it. The player slowly backs up before getting caught by Po, who jumpscares you.
After that, a second cutscene plays, with the background full of static. Employee #3 explains that the Noo-Noo has teeth to trap whoever is inside, and that the one inside the Noo-Noo must catch someone else to take their place so that person can escape. Eventually, you will have a choice between "Free Yourself" or "Accept your Fate".
|You are here. You are finally here. Ugh, it's about time that you were put down. Okay, okay I'll contain my joy. Do you know why I am so joyful? You, are now the Noo-Noo. I was sold for any old scrap to the owner of this prison. But I never could. When I saw your face sitting there in that office chair, I was overjoyed. Do you know how long I've been in here? Decades. Decades. Now in theory you're here to take my spot now. I was forced to take this spot of those before me, and now it's your turn to take over. So I get to leave. Remember what I mentioned to the others before me? Let me just refresh your memory on the purpose of the Noo-Noo. I learned from the dead before me, that this isn't just your everyday amusement machine. No, it's far more than that. This day you see it and now, in it's original form. Many rows of teeth, and a vacuum design, to hold in the corpses of the victims, until they were disposed of. Though, I don't think the disposing part has happened since before Tubbyland's creation. Huh. Kind of silly how they would make it so no one noticed me in here. I'm not sure what will become of you though. You have done terrible things to this company in the past, and I suspect that the worst is now in store for you. As for the player watching and guiding, I have a question. Are you still there?
|Wha-what, wait-wait, why isn't this working?!? Uh, c-come on, we can't both leave, someone has to stay. How are you.. w-wait-wait, someone needs to take over, or-or we are stuck here. No, no no no, n-no c-come back, uh, are-are you still there?
|W-wait, really? Uh, that easily you will give up? I'm actually kind of... proud. I mean, you are taking responsibility for your actions. U-uh, I didn't think you had it in you. Uh, how about I make it easier for you. Um, we can both stay here and, maybe it won't be so bad. Uh, I think it's about... time we start... sticking together again... little brother.
- Employee #6, the guard you play as in-game, is shown to be the cause of the Custard Machine Explosion Incident as said by Employee #3.
- When accepting your fate, Employee #3 calls Employee #6 'little brother'. This may mean that you play as the phone guy's little brother.
- Employee #3 seems to break the fourth wall by directly addressing the player, "watching and guiding", and asking "Are you still there?"
- Intrestingly enough, depending on which ending the player picks, instead of a text appearing telling the player, Noo-Noo's eyes will either glow red or green, red obviously for bad and green for good.