Bendy fans, rejoice… or recoil in terror… as the third chapter of the indie horror sensation Bendy and the Ink Machine (BATIM) was released last week.
The third chapter of developer theMeatly’s gothic 1920’s cartoon-inspired game is anything but a Silly Symphony. In this chapter, players will meet Alice Angel (apparently a nod to Betty Boop) but is she a good girl or a bad girl? (Hint, I think the halo is just for show.)
Clownfish TV’s own Kneon and SquidKing play through the third chapter of Bendy and meet the mysterious Alice Angel. You can see gameplay footage for yourself below.
Bendy and the Ink Machine Chapter 3 is greatly expanded from the previous two BATIM chapters, taking well over an hour to complete one ending. Chapter 3 also feels much less claustrophobic than the previous two installments, and has tons of secrets for players to unlock. Also, there are multiple endings — one for the “demon” path and another for the “angel” path.
It’s a petty beefy update for $5.99, and even retroactively adds some new functionality to previous chapters. It’s well worth the money, and might even convert holdouts to the Bendy phenomenon.
About Bendy and the Ink Machine: BATIM is an indie survival horror game published by The Meatly Games. It’s released in an episodic format, with new chapters being released every few months. The story follows the protagonist named Henry as he wades through the mysteries of Joey Drew’s cartoon studios. The studio has been overrun by inky cartoon demons, including Bendy. The story unfolds slowly and requires a bit of detective work on the part of the player to piece together.
[Source: Clownfish TV Gaming]