Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria Simulator

A pizza-slinging retro-themed spin-off of the Five Night's at Freddy's series, with something more lurking beneath the surface.
 PC

Overview

Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator is a free family entertainment center simulation and first-person point-and-click survival horror game developed and released digitally by Scott Cawthon for the PC on December 4, 2017.

Advertised as a friendly spin-off of the Five Nights at Freddy's series of survival horror games, the game initially has players designing pizzas and controlling Freddy Fazbear as he slings them at kids (in a deliberately-retro setting similar to the ones in earlier minigames).

After what appears to be a glitch, the game's deliberately-retro facade is dropped and its true nature is quickly revealed: it is the sixth main installment of the series and players control an unnamed entrepreneur throughout their first week managing their own Fazbear Entertainment center. Along with a friendly-looking business simulation phase, the game reverts to its traditional darker, unnerving survival horror gameplay as players manage tasks at their terminal while avoiding being ambushed by salvaged animatronics that may be loose in the pizzeria.

In addition, the game features bonus minigames (some of which explains the game's lore) and multiple endings.