How To Watch Every Ending Of 'Black Mirror - Bandersnatch'

Image: Netflix

This morning Netflix launched Bandersnatch, a stand-alone episode of the popular ‘Black Mirror’ series.

Unlike other shows, the episode works sort of like those Choose Your Own Adventure books, where periodically you need to select what you’d like to happen next in order to continue. It’s also best watched on a computer screen for easy selection (I put it up on our larger monitor). The episode is not compatible with Apple TV or Google’s Chromecast.

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It’s a fun way to spend an afternoon, and like those Choose Your Own Adventure books, there are a number of ways that the story can end for you and it can be hard to figure out where each option will take you.

Screenshot: Netflix / Bandersnatch

Luckily, one Imgur poster has taken the time (since midnight!) to create a flow chart laying most of those options out. I recommend giving it a watch once just choosing what you’d like along the way before checking out the chart.

Here’s the (obviously spolier-filled) chart: 

Image: Imgur

With so many ways this thing can end, I can see watching Bandersnatch at least a few more times to see a few different endings.


Comments

    This morning Netflix launched Bandersnatch...It was released on the 28th, which is why people have had more than enough time to test all the different options and endings and draw a flow chart.

    It’s also best watched on a computer screen for easy selection...Que? I watched it just fine on my 65" television. Not sure why a computer screen would be anyone's preference.

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