Scott has recently completed work on a new computer game called “The desolate hope”. He has now made it available for free on his website www.scottgames.com.
Other free games on the site include “The desolate room”, “Legacy of flan” and “Iffermoon”.
If you are into computer games, make sure to check out these games and please also pass on the link to your friends and your social network!
Whilst “The desolate hope” is not as straightforward of a Christian game as “The Pilgrim’s Progress“, it has a strong pro-life message: The hero, an automated coffeepot, spends the entire game trying to save the life of a discarded human embryo which was sent with other bio-samples to the abandoned space station where he resides.
We hope you enjoy the free games and their amazing, detailed graphics. Make sure though to send Scott some positive and encouraging comments if you enjoy his products. A lot of hard-work and effort has gone into the production of his games and animations. Getting positive feedback from people that enjoy his work will be a massive encouragement for him!
Here are some screenshots from the games… click on one of the icons to view the full image!
Artist Profile: Scott Cawton (Texas, USA)
Scott Cawthon, a graduate of the Art Institute of Houston, Texas, is an independent animation producer living in Texas, USA. He is father of two children and has created several independent films, including Noah’s Ark, The Pilgrim’s Progress, A Christmas Journey and the Jesus Kids Club as well as the Pilgrim’s Progress Video game.
For more information visit www.scottgames.com
Scott’s games are amazing! Iffermoon and Desolate Hope both have great messages, amazing art and interesting gameplay. Just don’t binge on them and stay up until like 5am playing them like I did…! …
congrats to Scott for getting his game “The Desolate Hope” on Steam!
Scott has created some true works of art. His games are absolutely beautiful.
So I came here mainly because I was looking for info about Scott Cawthon …
How does this site feel about Scott’s latest game, “Five Nights at Freddy’s”? Based on what I’ve seen of the game, I would not have guessed he created Christian video games before.
Technically it’s not “gory” or “violent” per say, but the ideas it raises in the game sure are, and the player can meet a very bloody end if they mess up. Is “Five Nights at Freddy’s” starkly different from his other works? I’m really just curious (and may check out his older titles).
Five Night’s at Freddy’s has broken the mold in the horror genre of video entertainment. I’m surprised that such a simple game can inspire such a small but quickly growing fan base. Looking very forward to a sequel.
Hi Matt – thanks for your message on the Hope Animation site! 🙂
We don’t have any problems with Scott creating non-faith based games. There’s nothing in the game that goes against his belief in God. It’s great to see him use his creativity in such varied ways and see one of his games go viral!
It’s very difficult though to compare his other games with “Five Nights at Freddy’s”. Feel free to download “The Pilgrim’s Progress” game demo from our site!
Hello! I love christian games, and I would never had knew this site or scott if it was not for “five nigths”.
I wonder if it’s possible for an horror game to help to spread the faith? (Ive listened about horror christian movies specially about the rapture, but not games)
(Now that I know of this site, I will check it’s videos. And buy Scotts other games on steam. Im thinking into buying the desolated hope for now)
congrats getting five nights at freddys II out on steam
Well, Scott Cawthon went from making family friendly christian games to horror games where animatronics try to kill you. Quite a change.
Thanks a lot Scott for scaring me on five nights at Freddy’s >:(
Mr. Cawthon, 5NAF is a masterpiece of horror and storytelling. Your attention to detail in the creation of an immersive, comprehensive story that is, to say the least, chilling is truly masterful. I’ve heard said that the “jumpscare” is the cheapest of horror tricks, but you’ve used it to great effect, and it is only one of a number of tools you use to create a holistic experience of horror that is one of the defining examples of the horror game genre. Bravo, sir; I look forward to more from you.
Hello Mr. Cawthon I’m glad you’re back making Christian based video games. well I’m not a big fan of five nights of Freddy’s but I do love the horror story to it and there was a song inspired for the first one, and for being a musician and cartoon artist the song kind of describe you game so well, the guy that made the song, sung it in a robotic voice to make you think that the animotronics was singing it. oh sorry about you being in that deep depression I know how it is when people don’t understand art
I recently went to check out scottgames.com and find it to be a website with no links to the games. Is it currently down? Looking forward to checking out the video games. Thanks.
I think Scott has taken the games off his site for now.
I’m not sure why but I’m know that a lot of his games are also available via Amazon.com and/or Steam.
Scott is currently working on Five Nights at Freddy’s 3, but hopefully will come back to things like the Pilgrim’s Progress.
My favorite of Scott Cawthon`s games is “Five Night`s at Freddy`s!” The 3rd game is coming soon! CAN`T WAIT!
Scott is a great guy who has made some great games! keep up the good work!
Hey, thanks for all your work, Scott. I hope you had fun making all these games for us, and we hope that you have a great life even after your retirement(?)! Thanks, Scott!
Derek: until like 5am? you mean 6am? 😛
Scottgames.com is filled with fnaf stuff now. No info of him is available anymore. xD 1am… 2am… 3am… 4am… 5am… Golden freddy… oh man. Crashed. I ALMOST BEAT THE 20/20/20/20 CHALLENGE!!
I would love a real moral game, intense in its values – and learning of good doctrine. I played Pilgrims progress and I liked it – but still to much violence to my new taste…
But it had some good points in it – beside the horrifying praying to the Cross, like an Idol worship.
But it crossed over some good points for the player.
I can’t find any real games out there that learn good morals. It’s all shooters and killing games – and stupified games.
The best game iv found was Pilgrims progress – it astonish me that we don’t have more moral and good games.
We have so many Satanic games providing satanic doctrines, and bad moral – but no games learning gamers about good morals…
Anyone knows of a good one – please tell me.
May Yahuah bless you and keep you
I’ve played 21 games made by Scott Cawthon so far, and they have all been great, especially Five Nights at Freddy’s, There Is No Pause Button!, Fart Hotel, Sit ‘N Survive, Chipper & Sons Lumber Co., Slumberfish, Forever Quester, Shell Shatter, Gemsa, Spooky Scan, 20 Useless Apps, Jumbo Slots Collection, Fighter Mage Bard, Kitty in the Crowd, and Pimp my Dungeon. I recommend those!
I just wanted you to know, I first stumbled onto your games through “Let’s Play”, specifically Markiplier, and have been a fan of yours ever since.
Your storytelling ability is absolutely astonishing, your rate of cranking out these games is frankly a bit intimidating, and at the end of the day, knowing you make Christian games makes me unbelievably happy.
You have managed to capture one of the best, purest styles of horror and suspense, and I sincerely applaud you for it.
And, knowing that you make “Pilgrim’s Progress” and other games, I will forever picture you as the cheerful, happy-go-lucky, Phone Guy!
Hoping you have continued success in all your endeavors!
I have only played his Five Nights at Freddy’s games, but after I found out how great the message of The Desolate Hope is, I think that I will check out that game as well.
Hey Scott, you could make the Five Nights at Freddy’s 5, I’m a big fan of your games, I would like you to do the FNAF 5, and the Sister Location leaves me with doubts: if the souls of the children were released then who ray controls the animatronic to attack the night watchman? You could make the fifth game of Five Nights at Freddy’s?
i love Scott games
@Bowie: haha! 😛 I’m a little late to the reply! Yes, 6am … quite feasible as well! 🙂 @David: if this site gets any more active, might be nice to have the ability to ‘reply’ to people directly, unless somehow I’m missing something
Ehehe…the first time I played FNAF was actually in a church waiting room. Things have come full circle.
Oh, how you’ve come, Scott. You used to make animations like Zombie Cat and now you make horror games for millions of people to play.
so you guys found this too