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:

And if even that's not enough, rest assured that yet another reincarnation is on the horizon. 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 Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by neilskinut from Good game and not that hard Good game. 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. Everything about the game is fantastic. Jane's spirit possessing and leaving her incarnations is also impressive. 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. The independent puzzles cover variations of jigsaws, pattern- and image-matching, easy math, light beam redirection, and the often-maddening Lights Out tasks. I liked that, it was very enjoyable. I was surprised at every turn. The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn. 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. Each scene yields one useful object and is repeated once, though items found the first time are left out of round two. My only issue is that the game has no very little to almost no sound at all, while the graphic is excellent.

Those familiar with Vogat Interactive's Reincarnations series will recognise the concept as well as the mystically-gifted protagonist, and there's little new in this third installment, Back to Reality. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by spiritlaughing from A Great Play! It's really nice to have no sparkles at all! The HOS were challenging, the storyline creative. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by neilskinut from Good game and not that hard Good game. 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 four hidden object screens are repeated once each. Unfortunately, some screens suffer from considerable pixellation beyond their native x resolution, especially the partially-animated cutscenes, though they do scale to widescreen if you UNcheck the widescreen menu option. The graphics are clear, the objects in the HOS are sometimes hard to find. Worth the money!! The second case is more contemporary, as a museum guard has to recapture a chaotic ancient spirit unwittingly set free by a student. Challenge was not difficult. The length is rather short, only 4 chapters overall but luckily the storyline is interesting. Interestingly, though three of her four incarnations are male, her practical personality makes the transitions feel natural and gender-independent. Although the rest of the game looks great, the video scene however, is not that clear, looks blurry and not so well drawn.

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Loved this game and found it quite spooky in parts but for a CE edition i found it quite short tbh. There are 4 books in the main part. 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 Adam Wolfe: Flames of Time skipped it! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Reincarnations: Back to Reality Collectors Edition from great sequel again! Letters, notes and photos reveal more about each case as events progress, and Lottso! Deluxe any hotspot provides straightforward instruction about what to do with it. Date published: Those familiar with Vogat Interactive's Reincarnations series will recognise the concept as well as the mystically-gifted protagonist, and there's little new in this third installment, Back to Reality. Going back to four different former lives. 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. 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 second case is more contemporary, as a museum guard has to recapture a chaotic ancient spirit unwittingly set free by a student. The four hidden object screens are repeated once each. There is some interaction in most of them Over all this is worth the CE price and I heartily recommend this one. Loved the story line. It took me 3 hours for the main part.

There are 4 books in the main part. All three Reincarnations Games are worthy of praise. Great graphics and very clear objects to find. The puzzles are mostly challenging. I liked that, it was very enjoyable. 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. There is a task list. 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. Music not bad. The minigames are especially well-designed, with expertly animated doors, rotating parts and special effects. In this mode, the strategy guide is needed! In all honesty, I say this is truly my favorite all time hidd. Many objects are shared between different search screens, and several are hard to find as they are partly hidden under other things. Not much for voice over and the graphics are good not great. 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!

There are 4 books in the main part. It's really interesting in this game mode, because you have to guess what to do. Those familiar with Vogat Interactive's Reincarnations series will recognise the concept as well as the mystically-gifted protagonist, and there's little new in this third installment, Back to Reality. This is the best sequel so far for me. Each scene yields one useful object and is repeated once, though items found the first time Antique Shop: Lost Gems London left out of round two. A great game to add to my collection. Sensible and considerate, Jane is willing and resourceful enough to undo the failings of her past lives. The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn.


In this mode, the strategy guide is needed! All three Reincarnations Games are worthy of praise. This is my favorite game I've purchased so far. It's basically a collection of four mini-stories tied together by a flimsy central arc. 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. Travel into your past lives, set things right, and restore your karmic balance in this thrilling Hidden Object Adventure! Thank you dev, for making this great sequel! Some are creative, like fitting animal cutouts on pegs on a wall, and some are fairly challenging, such as a deceptively difficult jigsaw of a seahorse. The game is as challenging as the main part, still no help! I liked that, it was very enjoyable. It's really nice to have no sparkles at all! Not much for voice over and the graphics are good not great. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by neilskinut from Good game and not that hard Good game. 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

5 thoughts on “Reincarnations: Back to Reality Collectors Edition

  1. And if even that's not enough, rest assured that yet another reincarnation is on the horizon. I really enjoy and truly having fun play this game until end! 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 It's basically a collection of four mini-stories tied together by a flimsy central arc.

  2. Each scene yields one useful object and is repeated once, though items found the first time are left out of round two. The very good quality of graphics involved the different time periods of each life. Hint button is good. A strictly-standalone affair, the extra case is recommended mainly if the original four leave you gasping immediately for more.

  3. There is some interaction in most of them Over all this is worth the CE price and I heartily recommend this one. In all honesty, I say this is truly my favorite all time hidd. You visit different worlds through books and have to free ghosts.

  4. Worth the money!! The games were very good, and some were down right challenging! 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. Travel into your past lives, set things right, and restore your karmic balance in this thrilling Hidden Object Adventure! The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn.

  5. It took me 3 hours for the main part. The puzzles are some easy some not. 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. The game is clear and objects tend to look more realistic and not hand drawn.

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