Bendy and the Ink Machine chapter 2


In a case you have missed Bendy and the Ink Machine chapter 2, you are to catch up as soon as possible. For most reviewers and bloggers who have already tried this game, Bendy and the Ink Machine resembles the indie horror blockbuster FNAF (Five Nights at Freddy’s) mainly due to its weird references to the common childhood nightmares. Remember when you as a little child was afraid of ugly creatures in cartoons? Bendy and the Ink Machine speculates on this kind of fear. And does it very convincingly. Why do the fans enjoy playing BATIM over and over again? If you are wondering about the secret of Bendy and the Ink Machine’s success, you need to play this game to figure out on your own. The main reasons to give BATIM a chance:

  • Bendy – of the most remarkable characters of this project. This is a cheerful but creepy cartoon cut-out figure that seems like a character from Max Fleischer’s cartoon of 1930, but Bends is not funny;
  • Minimal but quality jump scares that work every time you play the game. You will practically smell the unsettling atmosphere through the sepia-toned art and gloomy storytelling;
  • Interesting exploration of the abandoned Joey Drew Studios, where you are to solve multiple riddles and find the hidden clues to discover the mysterious Ink Machine.

Bendy and the Ink Machine is actually worth checking, if you want to support truly one-of-a-kind indie video games. Free downloads of BATIM Chapters 1 & 2 are available on this website, for Windows and Mac OS. You can also support the developers from TheMeatly Games studio by paying as much as you want for this creepy and enticing project.


  • Walk around, look
  • Jump, shoot, click on

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