After being released early on Valve's Steam marketplace and subsequently removed for its poor quality, Five Nights at Freddy's World is once again available for download. And, just as creator Scott Cawthon promised, it's completely free.
"Even though the game had a 'Very Positive' rating with 87 [percent], I was not satisfied with the reviews and ratings it was getting," Cawthon said when the game was removed from Steam in late January. So far, reviews of the game on GameJolt appear to be fairly positive.
Cawthon had previously fallen on his sword, saying that the game was initially released without "features that any good RPG would have." Consumers who originally paid $9.99 are able to get their money back if they desire.