Reincarnations: Back to Reality

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(486.89 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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In Reincarnations: Back to the Reality four angry entities insist that you return to the past and correct your own mistakes! Travel into your past lives, set things right, and restore your karmic balance in this thrilling Hidden Object Adventure Game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 545 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Reincarnations: Back to Reality 3.8 5 44 44
PREFER ONE OF THE OTHER TWO REINCARNATIONS SUMMARY: Not as good as the others. If you only want one Reincarnation game, I would suggest you go with Uncover the Past. Game took about 4 hours (one hour per life). The instructions for puzzles were sometimes incomplete. If you?re story-driven, one of the other two Reincarnation games will better suit your needs. STORY: Jane has suffered a terrible accident and must remedy bad karma from her past lives to return to her current life. She must go to the Astral Library of Lifelines where books on all reincarnations are maintained. Opening the books has good animation and special effects, so I was expecting more. Story is uninspired; although the first reincarnation as a doctor is okay, storyline becomes weaker for remaining lives. Visit a mill, museum, Eskimo village, and an island with mechanical plants and bizarre hybrid plants. PROGRESS: The HOS are relatively easy; some scenes are rather crowded, others are not; and some have dark areas within the scenes, so you may be using fast-recharging hints to find what you have difficulty seeing. HOS are list based or find X of a certain object. PUZZLES are varied and most are easy if you can figure them out. Instructions on some puzzles are vague ? such as one tells you to turn a large wheel to match the little wheel?s colors, but there are no instructions on how the exchange of colored pieces is made so I gave up on that one. Another says to transfer all tiles to a marked spot ? it should have said to transfer all gold pieces to the green areas. Didn?t they beta test to see what needed improving? There aren?t many locations with any of the lives, so there?s no need for a map. You do one thing at one location, then go off to another to do another thing and repeat. You revisit locations to see if any new HOS or puzzles appeared. October 14, 2013
Reincarnations Back to Reality This is the third in the Reincarnations series. Wonder how long will Vogat keep this going. The story is getting old! Luckily this one is slightly better than the second one in terms of length and story. Still wonder until now what is the angel doing, she is doing nothing and we can only do less than 1 minute conversation with her and she is not helpful at all. Pity that this wonderfully drawn graphic is not supported with good sound. I always play with sound and I don't think I hear anything while playing this game. I hope that this is the last of the Reincarnations series and hope the developer realize that it's time to go back to reality. June 10, 2012
Just OK The hints were very poor and did not give much information regarding playing the puzzles. Some of the HOs were very tiny and the HO scenes were not very crisp. January 6, 2012
it was nice better than most of the games. November 14, 2011
Hidden Object Game Fun game to play one you want to buy after trying it November 11, 2011
The trial was the best part of the game. The first chapter goes back in time which was the part I played in the trial and the only reason I bought this. The rest of the chapters are futuristic, sci-fi which didn't interest me in the least. The graphics were very good but the story line did absolutely nothing for me. June 10, 2012
glad i played demo wow soo disappointed i have the first reincarnation ..was excited to see another almost bought without demo,whew.saved a coupon for better game.boring,played 30 min. and gave up. not even close to the quality of the first game..hope you like to read,no personality to the game too many hogs. February 12, 2013
Not a good game at all The graphics were pretty and interesting, but that's it. There were too many HOGs, and the puzzles' instructions made no sense. We had to figure out on our own how the puzzles needed to be worked. The story line had potential, but after a while we couldn't care less. October 10, 2012
Very Disappointed! Having owned the first 2 and loved them, I bought this without even trying it. How wrong was I to do that! The game is so much worse than the first two, with the storyline boring, and the fun factor missing completely. The only really good thing is the graphics. This game was a real disappointment. Certainly will TRY the next reincarnations before buying it. I'd like a refund thanks Bigfish... July 28, 2012
Not a true widescreen, lousy music When I select widescreen on any other game I own (DOZENS), it FILLS my widescreen. This only gives a little larger than a full screen. (filling the sides with black bars). The music is the same 10 notes over and over and OVER again. I had to turn the music off it was so annoying. July 9, 2014
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