Bendy and the Ink Machine
|Bendy and the Ink Machine|
This game has a prototype article
This game has a prerelease article
Bendy and the Ink Machine is a puzzle action episodic horror game taking place in an old studio known for creating old rubberhose, Disney/Fleischer-influenced cartoons.
Always remember what Walt Disney himself says when thinking about bringing beloved toons to reality; "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them."
While six portraits with different pictures are used in-game (seen from the power room where you have to activate the ink machine after collecting all six items), there are actually two other portraits that went unused. One is splattered with ink, and the other blanked with a long stitch.
An unused menu from the prototype of Chapter 3. It features an unused "Extras" area of the menu, a credits section, and a different font.
There is an unused screenshot in the game's files with a multiple save file feature, which is absent in the final game.
An unused audio file with Henry saying "I'm getting the hell out of here!", which plays after encountering Bendy while the studio is starting to flood. This file has only been heard in Chapter 1's prototype.
An unused audio file with Henry saying "What the heck was that?". It is unknown how this would have been used.
All of the Searcher's death moans, supposed to occur when killed. They can be only found in the game's files for Chapter 2's first pre-update build. Once Chapter 3 was released the Searchers' models were redesigned, one of their unused death moans was recycled for one of their current death sounds, while two more of their unused audio files were edited and used by the Swollen Searchers.
Found in the game's files for Chapter 4, there are two unused sound files consisting of just loud beeps. Judging by their file names, both sound files are placeholders.
First introduced for Chapter 2's release, there is a vintage-styled music (titled "You Left Me in a Heartbeat") used for the projector that turns on automatically inside the theater location in Chapter 1. It was also used for replacing the "Hellfire Follies" music in the theater location, which is previously used back in the other location. Upon the release of Chapter 4, the music was ultimately replaced by the cartoonish whistle.
This scary Easter egg, bearing a sign reading "WANDERING IS A TERRIBLE SIN", is placed on the walls of rooms you can't legitimately get into without using teleport hacks or glitches.