Reincarnation: ITNOE

Categories: 5 minute, Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Video walkthrough, Walkthrough

Reincarnation: ITNOE is another quick addition to the Reincarnation series created by C. Gianelloni. “Help the demon find the escaped soul and send him back to hell after making sure that soul has converted back to his old ways in Reincarnation: In The Name Of Evil!” Have fun!

Reincarnation: ITNOE walkthrough (thanks DNOMN8R!)
Reincarnation: ITNOE video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 3.84


16 Comments to Reincarnation: ITNOE

  1. goldie says:

    Nice game, thnxxxx.

  2. NoviceG says:

    Too short and too much visiting actions already tried… for my liking, anyway.

    NOT for children!

  3. alex says:

    this game doesnt let me do anything, its bugging out like crazy. i cant click anything, it just goes to the actual game for maybe a second and then it ends. wtf?

  4. me says:

    i have the Show

    Don’t know what else to do

  5. DNOMN8R says:

    YAY for Reincarnation games!

  6. DNOMN8R says:

    And a walkthrough!



  7. Miss D says:

    Thanks for the walkthrough DNOMN8R.

    Great game! I love their sense of humor.

  8. X says:

    This is kinda racist. :(

  9. aaa says:

    Too funny but i think it’s too short, isn’t it?

  10. Nick says:

    This game is not racist in any way. Having a muslim terrorist as the antagonist in no way reflects on the muslim community as a whole. If this game included a christian terrorist as the enemy, would that mean the game is implying that christians are terrorists? Would christians be offended if a christian terrorist was killed? No, because if killing non-believers is not part of your dogma, then you would have no problems with a game that demonizes people who do commit those crimes. Anyone who whines about this game, for that reason, are revealing more about their real feelings on the issue than they think they are.

    • Tonhino says:

      Using stigmatization and clichés is racism, and I think this game is particularly borderline, as it uses very big clichés. Especially with the 72 virgins comment and the “cochon de Naja” (cochon = pig) note.
      Your comment does not include reflection nor perspective. This is exactly the same situation than with games in the 80’s where the goal was killing “evil” communists.

      The sad reality of terrorism should not be presented through a game – which is not even good – without any nuance, so bluntly, as it’s the case here.

      • Tara Flax says:

        Was it racist when the Hillbilly had killed a white girl and put her in the out house? It’s called comedy, and it is protected by the first amendment.
        People who get offended by stereo types, inn my experience, tend to be stereo types.
        So back of and let the rest of us have some fun.

      • Nick says:

        I think it is interesting that Tonhino is glad to comment that this game is “racist” even though islam is an ideology and does not involve race (white people can be muslim too, by the way). I also find it a little funny that he thinks the game uses a “stereotype”, when muslim terrorists ACTUALLY EXIST and DO BELIEVE they will get 72 virgins for killing non-believers. The stereotype that “all muslims are terrorists” wasn’t used here, because there is nothing to indicate that this SINGLE TERRORIST was representative of the muslim community.

        What I find sickening about Tonhino’s comment is that he seems incapable of distinguishing between muslim terrorists and the rest of the muslim community. If he could, he would have recognized that the game was portraying an extremist group that is causing massive amounts of suffering in both muslim and non-islamic communities. I don’t think that creating a game where you send one of these extremists to hell is particularly offensive. If anyone gets the impression that ALL MUSLIMS ARE TERRORISTS just from playing this game, then that person clearly isn’t very bright and is in desperate need for an education.

  11. DNOMN8R says:

    Found a second medal (Demonic Economic):