The one-off special was released this past Friday, and lets viewers dictate their own path while watching the choose-your-own-adventure style film.
In the beginning of the movie, main character Stefan meets fellow video game developer Colin, who shows him the new project he’s working on titled Nohzdyve. Now, Black Mirror fans can play this game themselves!
Eagled-eyed viewers discovered the game when noticing there’s a website for Tuckersoft, the fictional game development company Stefan works with.
Here you can download and play the actual ‘Spectrum version’ of Nohzdyve, getting a small taste of Black Mirror IRL.
This QR code takes you to the hidden Tuckersoft website, where, amongst other things, you can download and play the actual Spectrum version of Nohzdyve, a game seen earlier in the show. pic.twitter.com/cEPAuGWKDY
— Matt Westcott (@gasmanic) December 30, 2018
According to NME, if you visit the site and download an “emulator for the once popular ZX Spectrum,” you’ll eventually be able to play the game. It may take some effort to download the needed software—you can also find one here.
Soon, the retro adventure will see you “plummeting down a seemingly endless gap between two buildings!”
Black Mirror Season 5
A fifth season of Black Mirror is officially upon us. While the fifth season was said to be renewed back in March, it will come as early as next year in 2019.
Additionally, many people believed that the Black Mirror special Bandersnatch was meant to stand in for a fifth season. However, insiders cleared up any confusion and confirmed that a new roster of episodes is in the works.
Bandersnatch is available to stream now. You can check out a preview for the film below!
Will you be playing Nohzdyve? Let us know in the comments!