The Black Mirror: Bandersnatch movie-slash-game has been a hoot for those of us who don't mind spending the untold hours it'll take to track down all the Easter eggs and secret scenes it has to offer. Not everyone has been as amused by the new interactive format, though.

Sure, it's the first time Black Mirror has truly crawled through those eponymous screens to bring its signature socio-technical commentary to the realm of reality, and the fact that we're even still talking about Bandersnatch right now is like an episode of Black Mirror in and of itself. But some people would much rather watch the segment in a traditional beginning-to-end format because it's a more linear narrative, it's what we're used to, and, of course, it requires no decision-making at all. People already have to choose cereal brands and music in this plane of existence, so how is complicating our entertainment with free will any fun?

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For those who don't like clicking through Bandersnatch, though, creator Charlie Brooker has a message for you: make like Cristin Milioti in "U.S.S. Callister" and "f--- off."

Brooker and Annabel Jones spoke to Huffington Post UK about the various reactions to Bandersnatch's, and, much like the varying reviews for the game-within-the-game, Brooker noted that the results were different from person to person.

"So some people go, 'Oh, I'm sh-- at this', and you sort of go, 'No no, it's alright, we've built in that you're going to fail.' We're trying to make you fail a couple of times so that you have to go around and do things again, and that's sort of baked into the story," he explained. "There's also some people that are like 'I don't wanna make decisions', 'I don't want to do any of it'... well f--k off, then. Do something else!"

Brooker also said he wasn't impressed by those who critique it as a game, instead of a movie experience. "There's some people who think, 'Oh, it's too simple as a game,' or 'Games have done this before' — well this isn't on a gaming platform, it's on Netflix. I'm well aware of what a computer game is, thanks," he said.

The good news for those who don't prefer this type of Black Mirror audience experience is that the upcoming fifth season of the show isn't going to feature any more choose-your-own-adventure games like Bandersnatch. Just plain old 2D episodes ahead, folks.

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is streaming on Netflix.