Game Theory: Bendy’s Tragic Ending EXPLAINED (Bendy and the Ink Machine Chapter 5)

49 thoughts on “Game Theory: Bendy’s Tragic Ending EXPLAINED (Bendy and the Ink Machine Chapter 5)

  1. Idlk why but I actually cried at the ending of this series. Listening to joey go on about how he screwed up was just really sad. 😭

  2. “That’s why the studio’s entrance is in the kitchen and why after bendys death we are in his house “ me: DO YOU EVEN TRANSITION also why does Joey bird poop with a smile on his head

  3. Yeah, it's finally "over". This will be just like fnaf. Play springtrap's ucn line! "I always come back". Also, the puns in the intro. shudders because of how cringey it is

  4. Ok so this story may have a darker meaning buuuuut I rather just ship ppl in this and think of Bendy as a sweet little innocent child even tho hes an ink demon murderer that will take your soul Bendy and Alice are my children and they seem like siblings me and my friends ship Bendy and Henry FIGHT ME

  5. From what I can tell, the workers of the studio don't like each other to much. And it kinda reminds me of my moms family. Their always gossiping and saying mean things about each other. And there is always one trying to start up an argument.

  6. This was honestly a sad game and has a sad ending. But the thought behind is impactful. I appreciate all that I have and will ever have. So should you…

  7. I just figured this out-

    If you think of the Dark Revival the character is Linda and now that Joey has her in his family, he wants to add her into his memory or whatever they are

    BUT HeY tHAtS JuSt a DuMb cOmMEnTEr

  8. I still dont get on thing

    So good alice killed bad alice so does that mean susie was bad alice and she was killed by good alice or the other way round?

  9. This symbolism theory is WAY better than the stupid purgatory one that I suspected was the case when I finally beat it

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