Reincarnation: A Hillbilly Holiday by BgroupProduction
Reincarnation: A Hillbilly Holiday or AHH is the second mini in the reincarnation series. It’s a small time killer while you wait for “Let the Evil Times Roll.”
Point and click to send the Hillbilly back to hell.
I’m glad to announce Reincarnation (mini 3): In The Name Of Evil. 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.
This should give you a small dose of EVIL!
Here is a mini Reincarnation to hold you over till the next larger one comes out. Sorry for such a long wait on the next one.
This new Reincarnation is concerned a mini but is actually a decent size (it has one more scene than ADDO.)
It takes place in a church where another escaped soul Reincarny is dwelling. Pick up objects around the room, combine them and let your evil skills take care of business.
Help the demon capture three Reincarnies in this third installment of the series!
Well, it has been over a year since I have started this game. You can actually see how much has changed since the start of this game by playing the past couple of minis. I’m sorry for the long wait and I hope it was worth it.
This time the demon is sent to capture 3 Reincarnies who are now hiding out in New Orleans, Louisiana. Find out if they are up to no good and send them back to hell to please Luke!
I restarted the kickstarter.com project if you want to redonate @ http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1878730846/reincarnation-bring-evil-to-life
There are 10 medals in this game.
Take a road trip with our demon friend and find if the Reincarny is back to his evil ways.
Thanks for all the support so far!
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