Released yesterday on Steam for free by Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon, Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator is an old-school arcade game in which a bear tosses pizzas at hungry children. Or at least that's how it starts.
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Scott Cawthon is the creator of Five Nights at Freddy's, a series of horror games with a big cult following behind them. His latest game was expected to be the sixth main entry in the series, but now Cawthon says he's cancelled the project and turning to work on other things. Nobody believes him, of course.
Video: If you're looking to give a bunch of kids nightmares, how do you escalate beyond terrifying animatronic animals? Five Nights At Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon's first trailer for Sister Location takes us to clown town.
Briefly: Apparently evil is a franchise opportunity. Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon teases a FNAF spinoff called Sister Location on his website. Or maybe it's a game about finding your sister. There she is.
After being pulled from Steam due to poor reviews, FNAF World is back on Game Jolt. What's more, you can play it for free. But, maybe you shouldn't?
Last week, FNAF World launched on Steam early, surprising everyone. A day later, Scott Cawthon, its developer, apologised for rushing the game and pushing it out on Steam without important features. And today, the game has been taken off of Steam entirely.
There won't be a Five Nights at Freddy's 5, claims series creator Scott Cawthon, but he's already hard at work on a spin-off called Five Nights at Freddy's World. The catch? It's not a horror game -- it's an RPG.
Scott Cawthon, the creator of Five Nights at Freddy's, knows perfectly well how his series has been received by the public. There are plenty of fans who adore the games, sure. But there's also a growing backlash spearheaded by people who think Cawthon is just pumping out games to cash in on his success.
Between all the jump scares and creepy animatronics, it's pretty easy to miss some of the easter eggs and smaller details hiding in Five Nights at Freddy's 4. But they are there, waiting to be noticed. Better yet, they might tell a pretty disturbing story about what's 'really' happening inside of the game.
Last weekend, the Five Nights at Freddy's 3 page on Steam had a new announcement from its creator, Scott Cawthon. "Game Cancelled!", the post said. " Cawthon said that he had been hacked, and that someone released Five Nights at Freddy's 3 ahead of time, on a different website.