Reincarnations: Back to Reality Collectors Edition

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! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

But I am nothing if not determined and am playing it again just so I can master that puzzle challenge!!! The bonus chapter is also a bonus book. Playing time is padded with superfluous activities like moving aside leaves one at a time or clicking repeatedly to clear piles of stone or ice, but thankfully multi-purpose tools like hammers and axes stay in the inventory for as long as needed, thus eliminating repetitive quests to gather generic tools. Despite the niggles of the harder modes — tough-to-locate hotspots, hidden object areas reactivated without notice, some clueless wandering — the game provides over five hours of activity-oriented entertainment, and if you're still craving more, serves up a fifth case as the CE extra. Letters, notes and photos reveal more about each case as events progress, and clicking any hotspot provides straightforward instruction about what to do with it. Love the interactive HOS and different mini stories within the game itself, you go back to your past lives with 5 different stories in one really. Date published: The 21 hidden object scenes are stocked with somewhat-relevant objects, and often require multiple numbers of items to be collected, which ups the count well beyond the listed dozen. Setting aside the usual horror and gore in so many other games, the story line is exceptionally original and proves that a game can be excellent without including a fear factor. The independent puzzles cover variations of jigsaws, pattern- and image-matching, easy math, light beam redirection, and the often-maddening Lights Out tasks. Not sure if is CE worthy. The puzzles are mostly challenging. In fact, in-game animation goes beyond the staples of drifting snow and flickering fires to include consistently believable motion, such as a robotic spider standing up or a shark lunging forward. A strictly-standalone affair, the extra case is recommended mainly if the original four leave you gasping immediately for more.

Sensible and considerate, Jane is willing and resourceful enough to undo the failings of her past lives. And if even that's not enough, rest assured that yet another reincarnation is on the horizon. The length is rather short, only 4 chapters overall but luckily the storyline is interesting. Lots of going all over the place to find things only to use them later. The very good quality of graphics involved the different time periods of each life. A strictly-standalone affair, the extra case is recommended mainly if the original four leave you gasping immediately for more. Travel into your past lives, set things right, and restore your karmic balance in this thrilling Hidden Object Adventure! The hidden object scenes were not too easy and not terribly hard. I loved all 3 in the Reincarnations series and this is the best. Literally hours of fun. It's really interesting in this game mode, because you have to guess what to do. The minigames are especially well-designed, with expertly animated doors, rotating parts and special effects. Before reaching its final resting place, Jane's soul arrives in an astral library, where she must investigate her past lives to solve grievances and improve her karma enough to earn another chance at her current life. The HOS are easy and you keep going back to them times so they get easier.

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Worth the money!! All three Reincarnations Games are worthy of praise. Love the interactive HOS Claws & Feathers 3 different mini stories within the game Reincarnations: Back to Reality Collectors Edition, you go back to your past lives with 5 different stories in one really. A great game The Scruffs: Return of the Duke add to my collection. The independent puzzles cover variations of jigsaws, pattern- and image-matching, easy math, light beam redirection, and the often-maddening Lights Out tasks. Thank you dev, for making this great sequel! Driving on a lonely road one night, a young woman is attacked by four vengeful spirits, who use dangerous tricks like blinding and freezing to crash her car, killing her on the spot. I usually don't have a problem solving puzzles but one of them nearly drove me mad so for the first time in a long time I finally skipped it! The 21 hidden object scenes are stocked with somewhat-relevant objects, and often require multiple numbers of items to be collected, which ups the count well beyond the listed dozen. Not sure if is CE worthy. Back to life after Zumas Revenge ordeals in the astral library, the Collector's Edition bonus chapter sees Jane soon dragged into the depths of a new mystery by yet another disconsolate spirit. And good job! This is great for variety given the four diverse scenarios, but on the flip side, the stories and characters lack depth as each Lifeline is too brief to delve beyond the superficial. It's basically a collection of four mini-stories tied together by a flimsy central arc. The very good quality of graphics involved the different time periods of each life.

The minigames are especially well-designed, with expertly animated doors, rotating parts and special effects. For those seeking a challenge, I can only recommend to play in extreme mode! The third story is set at the North Pole, where a child rescued from a shipwreck must free her adoptive family from the clutches of the accidentally released and terribly annoyed Spirit of the North. The HOS are easy and you keep going back to them times so they get easier. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sapoe from great sequel again! You visit different worlds through books and have to free ghosts. Not sure if is CE worthy. The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn. Worth the money!! Date published: The independent puzzles cover variations of jigsaws, pattern- and image-matching, easy math, light beam redirection, and the often-maddening Lights Out tasks. Going back to four different former lives. There is a task list.

Quests include collecting practical tools as well as pieces of esoteric puzzles, and then using them to Reincarnations: Back to Reality Collectors Edition the big problems. Great graphics and very clear objects to find. It's really nice to have no sparkles at all! In fact, in-game animation goes beyond the staples of drifting snow and flickering fires to include consistently Delicious: Emilys Wonder Wedding motion, such as a robotic spider standing up or a shark lunging forward. This is the best sequel so far for me. Back to life after her ordeals in the astral library, the Collector's Edition bonus chapter sees Jane soon dragged into the depths of a new mystery by yet another disconsolate spirit. Sensible and considerate, Jane is willing and resourceful enough to undo the failings of her past lives. There is a comprehensive task list, though given the linear format of the game, it's more a helpful guide than a crucial reference. The first and last Summertime Mahjong are morbidly fascinating, though the gameplay and styling of the mysterious island is easily the winner. Each scenario has a soundtrack suited to its mood, while sound effects are just right and do not overwhelm the proceedings; together they compensate adequately for the absence of voice acting.


The HOG scenes are not junk but all the related stuff and not that difficult to find. Although from all the three, this is my least favorite, it is still a good game from Vogat.. She's blessed with a script that is concise yet precise, albeit sometimes to the point of stating the obvious, and is a companionable partner to play with. It's really nice to have no sparkles at all! This is my favorite game I've purchased so far. And if even that's not enough, rest assured that yet another reincarnation is on the horizon. You visit different worlds through books and have to free ghosts. The third story is set at the North Pole, where a child rescued from a shipwreck must free her adoptive family from the clutches of the accidentally released and terribly annoyed Spirit of the North. This is the best sequel so far for me. This is great for variety given the four diverse scenarios, but on the flip side, the stories and characters lack depth as each case is too brief to delve beyond the superficial. The final case is the most elaborate and unique, and has a boy trying to save his sister from scientists researching human life longevity via gruesome experiments on a weirdly-forested island in the Pacific. This game has it all, but my favorite things about it is you play a few different storylines completing different past lives, Its SO FUN!

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  1. Not much for voice over and the graphics are good not great. Jane's first incarnation is a village doctor in the early s, who must solve a heinous murder to save the locals who have been blinded by a ghost. And if even that's not enough, rest assured that yet another reincarnation is on the horizon.

  2. I was surprised at every turn. It's really nice to have no sparkles at all! I usually don't have a problem solving puzzles but one of them nearly drove me mad so for the first time in a long time I finally skipped it!

  3. Playing time is padded with superfluous activities like moving aside leaves one at a time or clicking repeatedly to clear piles of stone or ice, but thankfully multi-purpose tools like hammers and axes stay in the inventory for as long as needed, thus eliminating repetitive quests to gather generic tools. Lots of going all over the place to find things only to use them later. The graphics are clear, the objects in the HOS are sometimes hard to find. The length is rather short, only 4 chapters overall but luckily the storyline is interesting.

  4. Loved the story line. Although the rest of the game looks great, the video scene however, is not that clear, looks blurry and not so well drawn. In this mode, the strategy guide is needed!

  5. Loved the story line. The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn. A cave-art hidden object screen adds freshness to the typical stashes, and collected items are showcased in appropriate containers like a wicker basket when in the village. Date published:

  6. The 21 hidden object scenes are stocked with somewhat-relevant objects, and often require multiple numbers of items to be collected, which ups the count well beyond the listed dozen. There are three modes of difficulty, and without the benefit of sparkles in the tougher two, you have to pixel hunt for hotspots and revisit scenes frequently to check for hidden object areas that may have been reactivated. Jane's spirit possessing and leaving her incarnations is also impressive. But Reincarnations makes up for its simplistic plots with solid execution, and is packed to the brim with engaging casual adventuring. A great game to add to my collection.

  7. Back to life after her ordeals in the astral library, the Collector's Edition bonus chapter sees Jane soon dragged into the depths of a new mystery by yet another disconsolate spirit. Lots of going all over the place to find things only to use them later. For those seeking a challenge, I can only recommend to play in extreme mode! There is a task list.

  8. This game has it all, but my favorite things about it is you play a few different storylines completing different past lives, Its SO FUN! The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn. Setting aside the usual horror and gore in so many other games, the story line is exceptionally original and proves that a game can be excellent without including a fear factor.

  9. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by spiritlaughing from A Great Play! I played in extreme mode, so no hints, no help, and a skip button that takes ages! The very good quality of graphics involved the different time periods of each life. It's really interesting in this game mode, because you have to guess what to do. There is a task list.

  10. In fact, in-game animation goes beyond the staples of drifting snow and flickering fires to include consistently believable motion, such as a robotic spider standing up or a shark lunging forward. Before reaching its final resting place, Jane's soul arrives in an astral library, where she must investigate her past lives to solve grievances and improve her karma enough to earn another chance at her current life. Quests include collecting practical tools as well as pieces of esoteric puzzles, and then using them to resolve the big problems. The hour-long expansion is similar in gameplay to the main segment, with several inventory quests that send Jane back and forth between a series of underwater caves containing dead bodies, treasure, a shark, and four standalone puzzles including a devilish rotator with pearls to be set in three different patterns.

  11. The third story is set at the North Pole, where a child rescued from a shipwreck must free her adoptive family from the clutches of the accidentally released and terribly annoyed Spirit of the North. The games were very good, and some were down right challenging! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by spiritlaughing from A Great Play! And good job! Some directions are bad.

  12. Will play again. It's really nice to have no sparkles at all! This is great for variety given the four diverse scenarios, but on the flip side, the stories and characters lack depth as each case is too brief to delve beyond the superficial. I played in extreme mode, so no hints, no help, and a skip button that takes ages!

  13. I liked that, it was very enjoyable. I can't think of one thing I don't like about it. The collectors edition is loaded with a wtg, xply,wallpapers,concept art, music soundtrack and the game is worth buying for the screensaver alone, its one of the pop up books coming to life The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn. I usually don't have a problem solving puzzles but one of them nearly drove me mad so for the first time in a long time I finally skipped it!

  14. It's really nice to have no sparkles at all! This is great for variety given the four diverse scenarios, but on the flip side, the stories and characters lack depth as each case is too brief to delve beyond the superficial. For this part I needed nearly an hour, so it's worth the money for me! The third story is set at the North Pole, where a child rescued from a shipwreck must free her adoptive family from the clutches of the accidentally released and terribly annoyed Spirit of the North.

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