The Five Nights at Freddy's series is beloved by many in the gaming community. These horror games have survival elements where players try to make it through each night while being hunted by haunted animatronic characters. Ever since the original came out in 2014, the series has been beloved and gone on to achieve a cult-like following. \n \nThere is now another spin-off of the series called Freddy in Space 2. It was created by Scott Cawthon and is currently free on the Gamejolt platform. The reason behind this game is quite inspiring. You see, Scott took the liberty to create this unique spin-off for a St. Jude charity stream, which was hosted by Game Theory on December 3. The game is completely free, but donations are welcomed to help those in need. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=mY4Vg90CIFM \n \nIt's always great seeing a creator do something selfless and for the greater good of humanity. More developers could certainly follow suit. Now back to the game. Although it's not heavily inspired by horror elements, Freddy in Space 2 is a pretty addicting platformer. It features everyone's favorite bear, Freddy. He's on a deep space mission when he suddenly realizes his central computer system has been taken over by a villainous AI referred to as L.O.L.Z.H.A.X. \n \nThis computer AI has brainwashed Freddy's friends and even captured his son, who is running low on oxygen. It will be up to your quick-thinking to defeat this computer AI, reverse the brain-washing effects on your friends, and save your son from a grave fate. \n \nAs far as this game's mechanics, platforming will be primarily what you're doing. Freddy has a bevvy of weapons he can use to defeat enemies that get in his way. Judging by some of the game's screenshots, there appears to be plenty of bosses Freddy will go toe to toe with. That's always what you want in a platformer like this. It gives you anticipation for every stage passed. \n \nThe visuals have a 2D cartoonish vibe, but they instantly give Freddy in Space 2 a charm that you don't often see today. Judging by early community feedback, people are loving what Scott Cawthon was able to achieve. Again, it's completely free to play right now. Donations are always welcomed, though. They're for a good cause and even the smallest amount will help in the long run. \n \nIf you enjoy the FNAF series, then this platformer is another great spin-off to check out.