Here’s How To Find Secrets In Bendy And The Ink Machine Chapter 1 And 2
(Last Updated On: May 8, 2017)

Bendy and the Ink Machine holds a lot of secrets given that chapter 1 and 2 are now available for fans and gamers alike to indulge in. This guide will take a look at uncovering some of the secrets across chapter 1 and 2 in TheMeatly Games’ Bendy and the Ink Machine, which is out right now for PC.

There’s no question that Bendy and the Ink Machine chapter 1 and 2 are filled to the brim with secrets, Easter eggs and other little hints for players to uncover during a playerthrough or two. Well, hopefully this guide will teach you how to find some secrets and hidden Easter eggs nestled away in both chapter 1 and 2 for the PC game.

This guide will cover hidden rooms, secrets rooms, achievements and interactive objects that can be found across hidden rooms that can be seen below in two bulleted lists.

Chapter One:

Chapter Two:

The video showing all of the above timestamp secrets lies below in a video by YouTuber SuperHorrorBros.

If the above video has you a bit confused and scratching your head, and has you wondering where each of the seen locations are stationed across chapter 1 and chapter 2, a visual playthrough guide is up for you to watch. The video comes in by Bijuu Mike, which takes players through both chapters.

It’s worth noting that Bendy and the Ink Machine chapter 1 is out now for free, while the second chapter runs for $4.99. This means that if you want to explore both chapters you will have to dish out some hard earned cash, if you want to witness chapter 2’s content.

With that said, Bendy and the Ink Machine chapter 1 and chapter 2 are currently available across Steam, itch.io and gamejolt.com.


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  • tajlund

    I was surprisingly impressed with this game so far. I know the little kiddies are all nuts for it thinking it’s the new Five Nights at Freddies type game, but it is way different.

    Honestly after playing it feels more like a First person Telltale adventure game. Short, quick episodes telling a compelling story. It’s just that this one tells it’s story through found items and scenes.

    Far better than it has any right to be.