Five Nights at Freddy’s World was removed from Steam couple weeks ago and the reason was pretty simple. It wasn’t very good.
There were many people who gave negative feedback on Steam and creator Scott Cawthon admitted that the game wasn’t in a decent state. Everyone seemed to want to get a refund after playing it for a while and that says obviously a lot.
You can have a look at the official description of this polarizing video game and if you decide to go for it, you can try it out after downloading it for free:
“With 40 playable characters, multiple endings, multiple difficulties, and a great soundtrack from artist Leon Riskin, FNaF World hits the ground running and doesn’t stop. Take control of Freddy and the gang as they set out on a quest in the world beneath worlds, a world that reflects the actions and deeds of the “flipside”, where things have started becoming distorted and broken. Lead your team deeper into this digital world to find the source of these glitches and monsters, and restore it to what it was designed to be- a safe haven..”
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