Don't Make A Sound

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Don't Make A Sound is the eighteenth level in Pizza Tower, and the second level of Staff Only.

It's a child-oriented pizzeria with dark monsters lurking throughout. First room takes place on the stage, with the animatronics visible. First proper section is the main area of the pizzeria, with various posters and arcade cabinets. The second section is a kitchen, with lots of knives. The third section is a storage area, with lots of various boxes, as well as several corpses. The fourth section is a technical room, with a powerbox on the wall.

The level's title card depicts a whimsical landscape with Peppino reluctantly frolicking around with four of the Toppin Monsters, with the level's title being written ominously and eerily in a black box in the corner.


This level contains the following enemies:






In the third room, next to the Mushroom Toppin Monster.


In the second room of the kitchen section, directly where the player would naturally progress to.


In the second room of the storage section, in the bottom right corner of the room, out in the open.


In the second room of the technical section, next to the Sausage Toppin Monster.


During Pizza Time, below the Target Blocks, directly where the player would naturally progress to.

Tower Secret Treasure


In the room with all of the Toppin Monsters at once, below a platform.


In the third room of the kitchen section, behind Target Blocks, accessible during Pizza Time.

Secret Eyes

Secret Eye 1

In the third room, below the Outlets, that can be destroyed through letting Mushroom Toppin Monster run on them.

This secret contains a chase from Mushroom Toppin Monster, with Ventilators being used as well.

Secret Eye 2

In the third room of the kitchen section, right next to Cheese Toppin Monster, that the player either needs to rush to reach the Secret Eye, or super taunt the Flying Patroller to get to safely.

This secret contains a chase from Cheese Toppin Monster, with Dash Pads being used.

Secret Eye 3

In the third room of the storage section, in the top right corner of the room, inside a Fake Wall in the ceiling above the Metal Block.

This secret contains a chase from Tomato Toppin Monster, with Conveyor Belts being used.

Pizza Tower Guy

Pizza Tower Guy

In the second room of the kitchen section, on top of an unreachable Flying Patroller. The player must reach this area within a minute in order to see him. He disappears upon approach.

Chef Tasks

This level has the following Chef Tasks:

And This... Is My Gun On A Stick!
Kill every chasing monster in the escape section of Don't Make A Sound.
Let Them Sleep
Activate the alarms in Don't Make A Sound less than six times before the escape sequence.
Avoid getting jumpscared in Don't Make A Sound.


Level's soundtrack:

Mr. Sauceman – Tunnely Shimbers
Mr. Sauceman – Hard Drive To Munch You
ClascyJitto – A Secret You Don't Want To Find


  • This level is loosely based on Five Nights at Freddy's. Both of which are based on the premise of children's pizzerias with sentient mascots trying to capture the player, killing them by means of jumpscaring, and stuffing their corpse into a suit.
    • Despite this, McPig has stated that he has never played any of the FNAF games.
  • In this level, Gustavo doesn't appear in the escape sequence and is instead replaced with a puppet version of himself.
  • The April 2021 version of this level was much different from the version seen in the Eggplant Build and the full game - rather than the pseudo-stealth approach the PT_Eggplantv15 version takes, the April 2021 version had the Toppin Monsters able to move between rooms, with the player having to keep track of their locations at all times to avoid being caught. This version of the level also featured a minimap.
  • This level was first titled Kids' Party in the April 2021 build, before getting its final name.
  • Despite not appearing throughout the level, the Pizzaboy mascot disappears from the stage during Pizza Time as well.
  • The "Pizzaboy Popsicle" in the fourth background is a reference to a common phenomena amongst ice pops, typically those of licensed characters (most notably the SpongeBob SquarePants popsicle), where the ice pop is disturbingly disfigured compared to how it appears on the packaging (usually with misplaced or an incorrect amount of gumball eyes).
    • The "Intentionally Uncanny" part of the text was removed from the fourth background for unknown reasons.


Regular sprites

Hub assets