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Field Trip Demo has, so far, one ending.
Normal EndingThe normal ending will end with the message, "CONGRATULATIONS!!!! YOU WON!" and have Baldi standing by the chalkboard, like the title screen of the game, but with a simplified color palette. Filename2's voice speaks to the Player for a brief moment, saying, "Wow, Great Job! *clapping sound effects* Please try to do worse though, I need to *long beep*". The game ends after he finishes speaking.
Alternate EndingThe secret (which is no longer a secret) is given to the world if they fail all 21 questions on all 7 notebooks. This ending shows an image that says "You won! There's room for improvement though... Go see Baldi in his office for some tips!" and behind the text, the Player can see a Baldi frowning in the background. If the Player turns around, he will see a door in a corridor labeled as Baldi's Office. Entering this door leads to a distorted version of Baldi and Filename2, which shares a message with them before the game crashes.
Field Trip Demo EndingThis ending appears to be a winning screen when the time runs out while the Player survives by constantly putting firewood into the campfire. When this happens, it will say "Wow-time you won!" as it will tell the Player their final score and would say at the bottom. This is where the Player get some great rewards based on their score in the full game. It also plays a little jingle that is similar to the title screen. However, the jingle plays in a rather different tone.
- The alternate ending was impossible to get in V1.3 normally. The creator of the game, mystman12, says that it was supposed to work, but there was an error in the coding.
- V1.3.1 fixes this issue.
- Back in the older updates starting from version 0.0.0 to V1.2.2, the same normal ending image lacks the dialogue audio of Filename2, leaving the game to close after a few seconds. This was later changed for update version 1.3.
- While it seems impossible to get 21 questions wrong without Baldi reaching a speed that the Player has no chance of escaping, the V1.3 update makes it so that Baldi's speed only increases if at least 1 question is wrong per notebook, instead of each incorrectly answered problem making him faster.