Black Mirror's 'Bandersnatch' is here and Twitter is not OK

Black Mirror's 'Bandersnatch' is here and Twitter is not OK

One story iteration of the film takes viewers about 90 minutes to watch.

So give Bandersnatch a whirl, if you dare.

For the safe, if you type in JFD, then you'll see the ghost (maybe?) of the dead author of the book. It's also the first episode that arguably is a game, letting the viewer make binary decisions that shape events accordingly. And TOY. we'll get to in a bit.

'Have you got what it takes to the next top games designer? Although we're not fully convinced there isn't another option to be made that could lead us somewhere else entirely. The longer you move through Bandersnatch, the more Stefan might realize he's being controlled, and by whom. Your job as a viewer is to help Stefan navigate the landscape by making choices for him at key points, hopefully to an ending where you survive the ordeal. The interactive film "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" is now out on Netflix. You're going to ruin the narrative integrity of the entire project. "Don't think that there is a best way - find your own way through it".

REPEAT - At the safe, choose PAX.

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The story quickly spins off into many layers all with Black Mirrors dystopian signature. As he gets increasingly involved with the project, Stefan starts to have unusual dreams, which soon fuse into his reality. We also catch glimpses of a hand passing through a mirror (looking glass!) and red and yellow pills (no word on whether one will make you smaller/taller).

Yep, and it involves you. doing nothing.

That said, the choose-your-own adventure function isn't available on all devices. We simply can not wait to find out how many existentially terrifying endings this thing has.

The "Black Mirror" series has featured several stories set in the world of video games: the most recent being "USS Callister", which tells the tale of a programmer who becomes obsessed with an online game that he has co-written.

"Bandersnatch" is the third episode of Black Mirror that's explicitly about games, following the third season's 'Playtest' and last year's 'USS Callister'.

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