Henry was the lead animator at Joey Drew Studios in its 1930s heyday, a studio that was best known for producing animated cartoons of their most popular and beloved character, Bendy. Many years later Henry receives a mysterious invitation from Joey Drew himself to return to the old cartoon workshop. Journey deep into the sketchy madness of this twisted cartoon nightmare.
Fight the darkness. Escape the Ink Demon. Fear the Machine.
• Varied Game Play! - First person combat, horror, puzzles, stealth and numerous hidden secrets.
• A Beautiful Cartoon World! - Lovingly crafted by a small indie studio.
• A Global Bendy Community! - Delve deep into the mystery and join the discussion at joeydrewstudios.com
Misc bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
The best game ever
I loved this game a lot it is just so Horrorific and scary when I downloaded the app I was so addicted I beat it 3 times on ps 4 chapter 5 is so scary I’m on chapter 3 chapter 2 I liked at the end of chapter 2 that Boris the wolf pop’s up when I first saw the bacon soup roll on the ground I fault that was bendy in till I saw Boris the wolf appear beast bendy in chapter 5 that he pulled away the cartoon in chapter 4 I beaten Betrum and brute Boris when I saw as brute bore it was sad chapter 1 I got scared when bendy jump scars me I’m running to the exit wood planks broke into I fall into this room I saw I have to drain the ink then when I picked up the axe wham I got to the room it was shake it intell a Picture of the ink machine then a wheelchair in then ink standing in the archives in chapter 4 i felled to the ground and Averywear was all dark when I first saw Sammy Lawrence I was scared I walked forward intell I looked to the left they was a wall with a bendy cutout and Sammy wasn’t ther the first time when bendy Chases you when he pop’s out of the ink then he run’s after you you get a horror vision beast bendy’s death then you finally get to see what Joey Drew looks like then the Credit’s show up with the music the same music that play’s when you Battle brute Boris
Good game, not great controller compatibility
Bendy and the Ink Machine isn’t at all a bad game, it has its faults with it’s story line here and there, but then again all games do. The touch controls, in my experience, are great. They’re very fluent and easy to use, however if you’re someone like me who uses a controller, you’ll be happy to know this game supports Bluetooth controllers!
There’s a catch however, the game (as of writing this review), only has partial controller support. I use a Steelseries Nimbus controller, on this controller there’s a button for the Menu or to Pause the game. When clicked this button does nothing, the button isn’t broken, it’s just not being used. To pause the game you have to move your hand to the top left corner of the screen. The same goes for when an objective comes up, there’s no button to view the objective, so you have to touch it to open it. Other than those things I really have no complaints about the game, if you don’t mind the partial controller support, I’d recommend picking this one up.
Because of these issues, I give the game 4 stars. If this issue happens to be fixed, I would give it 5 stars.
Amazing but a few things
I know this is my third time editing this review but now that I have finally finished the full game, I can make a review on everything that I think needs to be fixed. So general gameplay and story is amazing! I really recommend to people who love survival/horror and I can’t wait for the sequel if there is one. There is just a few bugs that are really game breaking, or make it hard to beat in general. So first, the frame drops. They are really annoying, and happen mostly in chapter 4. Something that really needs to be fixed is Bertrum. His fight makes the frame rate drop dramatically and it makes it almost impossible to beat. It took me 10 minutes to beat him because I had like 5 FPS even at low quality. They really need to do something with it or maybe even remove it because I can’t even aim at the circle things that keep it together. So basically, I really only want them to do something with the quality so that in places where the frame rate usually drops, it’s not that bad. Thanks!
- Joey Drew Studios Inc.
- 1.3 GB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2017-2018 Joey Drew Studios Inc. Bendy, Bendy and the Ink Machine, Bendy in Nightmare Run, The Bendy characters, images and logos are trademarks of Joey Drew Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.