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Game over happens in the Baldi's Basics series when Baldi catches the player in the Schoolhouse or the player runs out of lives in the Super Schoolhouse.


Baldi's Basics Plus


When the player gets caught by Baldi, the game will take them back to the elevator, making them try the floor they are currently in again. Along with that, they will lose a tube that represents a life. If no tubes are left, the game brings the player back to the main menu screen. However, in field trips, when the player loses all three stars in field trips of Hide-and-Seek and Explorer Mode, a chalkboard will pop up, saying "You lost?! Try better next time!", and after left-clicking, they will be sent back to the Super Schoolhouse. Prior to V0.3, the player would be sent back when Baldi caught them and all of the items in their inventory were lost.

Endless Mode/Field Trips mode

The camping results screen when beating a high score.

The player only has one life, but instead of leading to the main menu screen, the game will display a screen for the results.


The player only has one life and they will be sent to the main menu screen when caught by Baldi.

Baldi's Basics Classic

A cropped "99" jump-scare, with a reddish hue and zoomed in.

There are a total of 6 images for the game over screen, unlike in Baldi's Basics Plus, which has no specific game over screen. A random image will display when Baldi catches the player before sending them back to the menu screen; a blue fidget spinner, a glasses case, pink scissors, a telescope, and a music box.

There is a 1 in 99 (1.01%) chance that a small, orange rectangle with the number "99" half-cropped away to look like a pair of eyeballs will appear after Baldi catches the player. After a couple of seconds, a jump-scare will occur with the half cropped away 99 box now in a reddish hue appearing close to the screen along with loud distorted noises (called "ohno.wav" in the asset files). The game crashes five seconds after the jump-scare.

All of the objects seen in the game over screens are not dithered, unlike most of the others in the rest of the game, except for the half cropped 99 box.

Baldi's Basics Birthday Bash

A red glasses case jump-scare.

A red fidget spinner jump-scare.

Same as in Baldi's Basics Classic, except all game over screens except for the 99 one will rarely have a red-colored jump-scare before causing the game to crash like the cropped 99 box, except with a different audio.

Baldi's Basics - Field Trip demo: Camping

There is also no life system, but instead, the game will bring the player to the Kickstarter information screen.

Baldi's Basics Full Game Early Demo / Baldi's Basics - Challenges Demo

There is no life system, and they will immediately go back to the title screen.


Baldi's Basics Classic
  • The music box is actually a real life product of the brand Yunsheng.
  • 99 Eyes.jpg
    The 99 game over screen originally came from a comment posted by a user named "Clayton" on mystman12's Miiverse, the image called darkplay88 showing a little big is in the center on the black screen on a red background with scribbles.[1]
  • The 99 game over sound effect actually plays twice before the game crashes, as the audio is actually looped; though it gets cut off almost immediately.
  • The objects in the game over screen have better quality than anything else in the game. The 99 game over screen does not count towards this.
Baldi's Basics Birthday Bash
  • The jump-scare that occurs uses the HALP audio. The HALP sound is actually Baldi's Basics Classic's .exe file imported into Audacity as raw data, then slowed down 8 times.
    • The jump-scare was not intentional, but it was made by accident.[2]


Audio Description
Plays when the "99" jump-scare occurs.


Plays when the jump-scare occurs in the Birthday Bash edition. This sound is also emitted by red SpoopBalloons.




  1. "Well, I guess it's time to announce this! City Trail for SmileBASIC! You can download the pre-alpha right now! Thanks to the recent SmileBASIC update which added built in support for 3D models, I figured now was my chance to create a sequel to my favorite game! Download code is [7K3KXXDS]! If Nintendo won't do it, I will! More info in comments..." - Miiverse (Archived)
  2. "I didn't mean to do that. it was actually an accident... The best kind of accident! :P" - mystman12. June 11, 2019. Twitter