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Spring is here and the final eight episodes of Breaking Bad are just around the corner. So what to do until summer? Why not get in on the action yourself with revisit some online Breaking Bad games from the past five seasons. See more details below.
Breaking Bad - The Interrogation Graphic Novel Adventure Game
There's an art to interrogation -- an art that DEA Agent Hank Schrader has mastered. But how about you? Here's your chance to find out: Assume the role of Hank in this Breaking Bad mystery game. Can you break the suspect before he lawyers up? One way to find out...
Breaking Bad - The Cost of Doing Business Graphic Novel Adventure Game
The streets of ABQ are dangerous. Just ask Jesse Pinkman. Think you could do better? Put your criminal wits to the test: Play as Jesse and see if you can get past shady lawyers, drug-addled prostitutes and dangerous thugs without getting killed. Good luck!
Criminal Aptitude Personality Test
Sure, you're an upstanding citizen for the moment. But if you broke bad, what kind of a crook would you be: A cocky DEA snitch or a shoplifter with a tendency toward vandalism? Take the Criminal Aptitude Test and in seven questions, you'll discover your personal pathway to prison.
ABQ's Baddest Criminals Tournament
Which lawbreaker has what it takes to top the DEA's Most Wanted list? Does Tortuga sport a longer rap sheet than Tuco? Is Saul Goodman a sleazier suit than Ken Wins? Vote in amc.com's rap sheet tournament and help decide who breaks baddest.
You know him first and foremost as Walt's boisterous DEA brother-in-law. Over the seasons, you've laughed at Hank's hijinks, cheered his victories and gasped at his tragedies. Sure, you know Hank Schrader. But what do you know about the man who brings Hank to life, Dean Norris? Do you know what his first role was? Or what film credit he shares with his Breaking Bad co-star Bryan Cranston? Play the Dean Norris Ultimate Fan Game and find out.
In Season 5, Hank has been piecing together Gustavo Fring's criminal empire with an intricate display of photos, evidence and other clues. The question at hand: Who is Heisenberg? Of course, Breaking Bad fans already know what Hank is beginning to realize -- that his man is much closer to home. Below is a list of the most-viewed items from the Interactive Evidence Board on AMCtv.com as well as some of Hank's case notes on each.
1. Gustavo Fring
- Chilean National
- Co-Owner of Los Pollos Hermanos
- Deceased (Casa Tranquila explosion)
2. Ron Forenall
- Foreman at Madrigal's chemical shipping hub, Houston
- Arranged shipments to Duane Chow's chemical depot
- In custody
3. Mike Ehrmantraut
- Head of Corporate Security for Los Pollos Hermanos
- Private Investigator and former Philadelphia P.D. officer
- Offshore account for 2 million dollars held in his granddaughter's name, set up by Gustavo Fring. No activity in the account
How does Madrigal Electromotive's Herr Schuler connect to a bombed out nursing home? Where do Don Eladio and Tio fit into a criminal organization at the center of which is a supposedly upstanding Albuquerque businessman? Gustavo Fring's explosive death left behind many questions for DEA Agent Hank Schrader, and now you too can join in the investigation by examining the Evidence Board seen in Sunday night's episode. Get a closer look at the suspects, trace every connection and read Hank's case notes to see for yourself how close he may be to tracking down the elusive "Heisenberg."
Last night, many of AMC's Breaking Bad viewers participated in Story Sync, a LIVE two-screen experience offering polls, trivia and video during the Season 5 Premiere. Today, all the poll results are in! Want fo find out how fellow fans felt about Walt's purchase of a machine gun or Skyler's admission that she's scared of him? See the details below.
1. Prediction: Why does Walt need the machine gun?
A. He's going to war - 40.35%
B. For protection - 29%
C. For an assassination - 13.08%
D. He's getting carried away - 17.58%
2. Judgment: If you were Skyler, you'd be afraid of Walt too.
A. Oh, yeah - 60.44%
B. No way! - 39.56%
3. Judgment: "If you kill him, you're gonna have to kill me." --Jesse
A. Like - 89.32%
B. Dislike - 10.68%
You think you know Breaking Bad backwards and forwards? Then prove it with AMCtv.com's all-new Breaking Bad Ultimate Fan Game. This trivia challenge allows you to take quizzes on all the episodes and many of the main characters while earn points, badges, and if you're really good, a place on the Breaking Bad ranking board. Want to show off a bit? Challenage your friends on Facebook for one-on-one quiz competitions. Ready to get started?
Breaking Bad Season 5 premieres Sun., Jul. 15 at 10/9c on AMC.
A muted bell is repeatedly tapped until a blinding explosion. Suddenly, Gustavo Fring is no more. Ever wondered what it felt like to be Gus in his final, tie-straightening moment on Breaking Bad? Of course you have, and now you can virtually experience the Chicken Man's last day on Earth via GoFringYourself.com, an easy-to-use app that puts your face in his fatal disaster. How's it work?
1. Upload a photo of yourself at GoFringYourself.com
2. Choose video or photo version
3. Watch the aftermath as your face is digitally inserted where Gus's once was -- both before and after the explosion
4. Share your Fring-ed self with friends on Facebook and Twitter.
Breaking Bad Season 5 premieres this Sun., Jul. 15 at 10/9c on AMC.
At one point in Season 4, Hank's former boss Tim Roberts visits to solicit help solving the Gale Boetticher homicide. To entice Hank, Tim brings along a copy of Gale's "Lab Notes" before eventually handing over the entire case file. That file includes police reports, crime scene photos, and snapshots of key evidence. Though Breaking Bad fans already know who killed Gale, they too have become obsessed with the clues. Below is a list of the most-viewed items in Gale's Interactive Case File:
1. Gale's Lab Book
2. Gale's Karaoke Video
3. Crime Scene Photos
4. Suspect Sketch
5. Incident Report
6. Officer's Report Narrative
7. Fingerprint Card
8. Coroner's Report
9. Albuquerque Police Department Report
10. Forensics Report
Missed some of these items? Click here to access the Gale Boetticher interactive case file.
Do you consider yourself a Breaking Bad Season 4 fan? Of course! Do you consider yourself a Breaking Bad expert, too? Then you'll have to prove it by showing that you know the answers to questions like "What did Marie steal from the open houses?" and "What kind of car does Walter, Jr. get for his 16th birthday?" (And no, it's not a flashy red Challenger.) Embrace this chance to prove that Breaking Bad isn't just a show to you, it's an obsession: Take the Season 4 Ultimate Fan Quiz.
Breaking Bad's fourth season turned out to be the series' highest-rated season yet. So which episode is your favorite? Is it Episode 9, "Salud," in which Gus wipes out Don Eladio and his capos? Is it Episode 6, "Cornered," featuring Walt's "I'm the one who knocks" speech and "Tucker!!" digging a hole? Or perhaps it's the Season 4 Finale, in which Walt (SPOILER ALERT!) finally defeats Gus? Can't decide? Check out the Breaking Bad Season 4 episode guide for a refresher on what happened each week, and then vote for your favorite ones in our Season 4 Episode Poll.