Gaming isn't Chromebook's strong point, but things have been improving in this area. Google recently released the Borealis container for Steam gaming for select Chromebooks. Besides that, you can play many games through the Linux container, including Albion Online on Chromebook. Not to mention, you can now even install Minecraft Java Edition on ARM-powered Chromebooks. We have this guide to help you install the popular rhythm game Friday Night Funkin' on Chromebooks. You can also use the Chrome browser to play this game on Chromebooks at school. Let's now see how to install Friday Night Funkin' Chromebook.
Instal Friday Night Funkin’ on a Chromebook (2022).
We have provided two simple ways for you to enjoy Friday Night Funkin' with your Chromebook in this tutorial. You can run FNF on Chromebooks issued by schools, and the second allows you to install it natively. To move to any part of the table, expand it.
Friday Night Funkin’ Using a Chromebook Browser
You can use the Chrome browser to play Friday Night Funkin' because the game is open-source and free. This means anyone can use Chromebooks from school to play Friday Night Funkin', unless the school administrator places restrictions on certain web content. Let's now learn how to set up and use FNF on Chromebooks.
Note If your Chromebook blocks gaming sites like itch.io, or any of its alternatives, then you'll need to look for FNF unblocked websites. We recommend that you do not search for unblocked sites as malicious programs or apps could be installed on your Chromebook, which can lead to data theft. You must search for these Friday Night Funkin' websites at your own risk.
2. Click on the "**Run **"," button to start loading FNF resources in your browser. It can take between one and two minutes depending on your internet speed.
3. You can now play Friday Night Funkin' with your Chromebook. The FPS of my 8th-gen Intel i5 Chromebook was approximately 61FPS. This is quite good. You can install and play the game natively by moving to the next section.
Friday Night Funkin’ on Chromebooks Through Linux
You can install Friday Night Funkin' via the Linux container from your Chromebook if you do not want to use the browser. This is how it works.
1. First, open this link in the Chrome browser and click on "No thanks, just take me to the downloads". You can donate on the site to support the game's developer, as it is a donationware one.
2. Next, you can download the 64-bit Linux ZIP* file.
3. While the ZIP file is being downloaded, go ahead and set up Linux on your Chromebook if you have not done it already.
4. Open the Files app and navigate to the folder "Downloads". Move the FNF ZIP file into the "Linux Files" section.
5. Open the Terminal app using the App Drawer. To update Linux container to latest version, execute the following command. To quickly paste the command, simply copy it and right-click in the Terminal window.
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y
6. After that, use the following command to unzip your ZIP file.
7. Execute the following command to grant all permissions to the game.
8. After you've done this, the following command will be run to open Friday Night Funkin'** from your Chromebook. If you are using a Chromebook with a high-performance CPU, the second command will be executed.
Make a shortcut to get Friday Night Funkin' with Chromebook
After you've successfully installed Friday Night Funkin', it's now time to create a shortcut to open the game from your Chromebook without having to use Terminal commands. These are the steps:
9. To install MenuLibre and to open it, use the Terminal.
sudo apt install menulibre -y
12. You will see a new window. Move to the "Home” link on the left and then choose "Funkin in the right panel. Click on the "OK" button in the upper-right corner.
13. Click on "New Launcher", in the left pane, and then enter the game's name for easier identification. Enter "FNF" in place of Friday Night Funkin'. You are finished when you click "Save", which is located in the top menu.
14. Open the App Drawer. Close the MenuLibre Window. Open the folder "Linux applications", and you'll find the FNF shortcut you have just created. The FNF icon will instantly open the game on Chromebook.
Friday Night Funkin' even on Chromebooks at School
These are two methods to get Friday Night Funkin' installed on Chromebooks. It runs smoothly on Chrome browsers, making it a good way to enjoy FNF with school Chromebooks. Moreover, if you want to play Roblox on a Chromebook, head over to our in-depth tutorial. However, if you are into sandbox games like Minecraft, you can also learn how to install Minecraft on your Chromebook. If you have any further questions, please let us know by commenting below.