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Bendy Land is an establishment and a theme park based on Bendy's series of cartoons and characters by Joey Drew Studios, constructed and owned by Bertrum Piedmont with the help of Lacie Benton. Bendy Land was mentioned in Chapter 4 of Bendy and the Ink Machine and there is a huge numerous amount of attraction pieces and rides based on the said amusement park, found in the storage 9 warehouse and other locations connected to this warehouse.
Henry never knew the existence about the amusement park prior to Chapter 4.
HistoryIt took over 40 years to finish the construction for Bendy Land, a feat that Bertrum is proud of. While Bendy Land is a huge success with Bertrum's hard work, he was disappointingly mad that the studio's owner Joey Drew tried to steal credit for the amusement park. Currently in-game, it is unknown if Bendy Land was still open or already shut down.
Bendy Land is a colossal-sized amusement park separated into four main parts; Light Land (north-west side), Big Land (north-east side), Dark Land (south-west side), and Tiny Land (south-east side). Each four separated lands has a tower from the circle path. The center location of Bendy Land is the main tower along with three stages in front of it. The main entrance is located on the south, two more entrances on both west and east directions, and the office found up north. The midway street is located from south to north.
Mad HouseBetter known as the Haunted House. It is a dark ride of Bendy Land, and the only theme park ride so far found in-game. Outside of this ride seems to turn out to be a living Haunted House, with sharp teeth under the top of the porch as well as cartoon pie eyes in place of both windows on the rooftop.
This ride also seems to be a reference to the Disney park ride Haunted Mansion.
The Whipper Will-OAs it was only mentioned in an advertisement poster, the big picture for the purpose of this ride is unknown.
The name of this ride is a reference to the whip-poor-will, a bird related to nightjars from the Eastern areas of North America.
Darl'n Duck BoatsThis was suppose to be a boat ride. Judging by ducks seen in the ride's advertisement poster, the cartoon duck heads found in-game are previously used for the ride.
Hence its name, this is a carousel of Bendy Land. The carousel horse ride-seats, by the name of Horsey, that were found in-game are used for the Devil's Carousel ride, hinted by the silhouetted horses seen in the said ride's advertisement poster.
Buddy Boris Railway
Also known as the Bendy Land Railroad, according to its drawing sketch. It is a railroad train ride of Bendy Land. There are few Bendy-faced trains of the Buddy Boris Railway ride found in the Maintenance room.
The ride may be a direct reference to Walt Disney World Railroad which is also a train ride found in Walt Disney World.
Angry Anchor's Battleship Extravaganza
As for now, there is nothing much noteworthy about this other than turning out as a battleship attraction of Bendy Land.
Unnamed TowerThe main tower is located at the center of Bendy Land, according to the map. Seen in few drawings, the structure of this tower bears a strong resemblance to between the Empire State Building and the rebuilt One World Trade Center of New York City, with Bendy's head printing on all each four sides. Connecting across the top of this tower is what appears to be an aerial tramway ride. In front of the tower are three audience booths.
Unnamed Attraction/RideThere is an unidentified ride or attraction of Bendy Land, hinted by one of the sketch drawings. The outside resembles a castle fortress with a gigantically wide entrance. On top of this ride/attraction, between a total of two torch pedestals, is Bendy himself sporting a pair of large bat-like wings, with their position seems to take the shape of Bendy's own horns.
- ↑ "For forty years, I've built attractions that stagger the imagination! - Bertrum Piedmont, Chapter 4