First-Person Puzzle-Based Horror Game
The concept of horror can take on many different shapes and forms. Bendy and the Ink Machine: Chapter Four takes the player on a truly disturbing adventure set within a cartoon-like atmosphere.
Plot and Basic Gameplay
Bendy and the Ink Machine: Chapter Four is entirely unique due to the fact that it employs 1930s comics in order to achieve a dark and surreal twist. The player takes on the role of Henry as he or she begins to unravel the disturbing past of an artist who worked for Joey Drew Studios. This game is divided into a series of chapters and each one effectively lays the groundwork for the next. It is also necessary to solve a number of increasingly difficult puzzles for those who ever hope to progress to the ink machine itself.
Additional Game Details
Bendy and the Ink Machine: Chapter Four offers full controller support. It can work in conjunction with both 32- and 64-bit operating systems. Developers recommend that at least eight gigabytes of RAM is available. Due to amazing visual details, an additional four gigabytes should be devoted to a graphics card.