“The bowling alley needs a re-theme. While most of the Bonnie art was removed, kids keep asking, 'Where's Bonnie?' Do we have an officially approved response?”
Bonnie Bowl is one of the locations inside of Freddy Fazbear's Mega Pizzaplex. It appears in Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach. It's a bowling alley centered around Glamrock Bonnie that is being re-themed due to Bonnie's decommissioning.
Upon entering, there are several displays of trophies and bowling balls as well as lockers, couches, rides, and a Fizzy Faz machine. Two shutters lead to the bowling alley. The right shutter leads to an arcade section and the other on the left brings the player to the bowling alley proper. The upper area features four kiosks and two shoe-rental counters. Restrooms can be found with Wet Floor Bots as well as a number of mini-tables. Advertisements can be seen promoting pizza, saying it is "Hot & Fazer-Fresh". The main bowling area itself features twenty-two lanes with six racks of balls holding sixteen balls each, two per slot. An ice cream parlor can be seen, with S.T.A.F.F. Bots, stylized to look like Circus Baby, as the attendants. There is also a stage that once belonged to Glamrock Bonnie. Monty's Mystery Mix can be found in the storage area behind the serving area.
- The following arcade games can be found in Bonnie Bowl:
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Prior to Security Breach
Some time before Security Breach, Glamrock Bonnie would work entertainment in this area, with a stage dedicated to him for performances in the ice cream shop area of the attraction. After Bonnie was decommissioned, the stage was shut down and Bonnie-themed art was removed, but the Bonnie moniker still remained. This has prompted many questions from patrons as to the whereabouts of Bonnie. The Pizzaplex staff are currently working to re-theme the area.
Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach
Three Dufflebags reference Monty's Mystery Mix and Chica's obsession with it. Specifically, the one in the Fazer Blast Security Office calls out the the location of the mix:
- Hide the mix - "RECALL NOTICE - Please take all Monty Mystery Mix to the frozen ice cream storage behind the Bowling alley. Additional instructions to follow."
The player can obtain a Bowling Pass in the Fazer Blast Security Office, next to the aforementioned Dufflebag, and therefore must be working to decommission Glamrock Chica. With it, they can enter Bonnie Bowl on the west side of the third floor of the Atrium. Entering the bowling alley is rather uneventful, save for a few Security Bots roaming the area. Upon acquiring Monty's Mystery Mix from the storage area behind the ice cream shop, Glamrock Endos will emerge from behind the lanes and roam the area. The player can then leave the area at their leisure.
- Monty's Mystery Mix - Go behind the counter in the ice cream shop area to find a door to the storage area. Head left to find it sitting on top of a shelf.
- Golden Monty Plush - Go behind the counter in the ice cream shop area to find a door to the storage area. Head right to find some stairs. The prize box is at the bottom.
- Bonnie Plush - Next to a rack of bowling balls. If the player is facing with their back to the lanes, it is the second rack from the left. It sits between the rack and the stairs.
- PQ1 MAINT LOG - If the player is facing the lanes, the bag sits on the far right of the lanes against the wall.
- SAFETY CHECK - On the floor in the ice cream shop store near Monty's Mystery Mix.
- In an early version, the bowling alley had an east window that overlooked Roxy Raceway. There's even a door near it which is unknown where it leads to.
- The Glamrock Endos are typically supposed to crawl out from behind the pins upon picking up the Monty's Mystery Mix. However, the trigger for this event is inconsistent, making Bonnie Bowl much more leisurely for some players.
- For the scrapped bowling minigame, there were specific outcomes depending on how many pins you were able to knock down. Close-ups of said outcomes are seen in the upper televisions of the main bowling alley.