If you're a fan of horror games, you might have noticed that many of them don't let you drop your flashlight and hope for the best. Instead, you'll be sent back to the beginning of the level if you die in the backrooms. This is because Inside the Backrooms uses autosave features to save your progress. This means that if you die once, the game will restart at the office where the second elevator is.
Inside the Backrooms is a scary horror game that lets players explore a series of rooms filled with Creepypasta entities and twisted hallways. It's a challenging level that can make anyone cry out in terror, especially with its countless puzzles and confusing randomly-generated rooms blocking your way.
Fortunately, dying in the backrooms doesn't mean that you have to start from scratch again. The Revival Mini-Game gives players the ability to wake up as ghosts and resurrect themselves in a radiant room in the backrooms. This gives players a chance to experience the backrooms again, this time as incorporeal spirits that can roam around without being killed by the Entity.
This can be a huge advantage to players, since they can roam around the backrooms and point out areas of interest or Backrooms puzzles to their living teammates. This can help them survive the backrooms and even give callouts to their friends to get away from the Entity.
However, players should keep in mind that when they become ghosts, other live players won't be able to physically interact with them. These living players will only be able to spectate them and see their ghostly silhouettes running aloof in their quest for the luminous door.