Reincarnation: In the Name of Evil (sometimes abbreviated as ITNOE) is a point and click adventure minigame from June, 2010, by Christopher "Chris" Gianelloni. This was the third minigame and overall the fifth game related to The Reincarnation Series. It was preceded by Reincarnation: A Hillbilly Holiday and followed by Reincarnation: The Clergy Of Unholy. The plot centers around a nameless purple demon whom has been sent by Luke, a.k.a. The Devil, to bring back a Reincarny, Naja, to Hell.
Follow these steps in order to complete the minigame.
- Read the post-it note on the mirror.
- Click the digital clock once to change the time.
- Drop the picture to get the man's attention.
- Unplug the digital clock and take it with you.
- Open the sink cabinet and take the rubber duckie.
- Turn on the tub's tap.
- Go downstairs by clicking the arrow pointing downwards in the top right corner.
- Make a noise with the loose plank in the floor and quickly remove the white sheet.
- Make a noise with the loose plank again and quickly open up the top of the bomb and take the batteries.
- Put the batteries into the digital clock and put it in the mousehole.
- Go back upstairs by clicking the arrow pointing upwards in the top right corner.
- Put the rubber duckie in the bathtub.
- Go back downstairs.
|No Rush||Have patience before turning off the digital clock.||25|
|Demonic Economic||Turn off both light switches before returning to Hell.||10|
|Counter-Terrorist||Kill Naja and send him back to Hell.||25|
- Animated, Directed & Written by Christopher Gianelloni.
- Programmed by Matt Parsons.
- Music by Brian Holmes.
- Voice of Luke by Andy Dennis.
- Voice of Demon by Deven "D-Mac" Mack.
- Voice of Naja by Christopher Gianelloni.
Reincarnation: In the Name of Evil is regarded as one of Gianelloni's more controversial games due to the Reincarny, who kept a bomb and presumably was a terrorist, being portrayed as a man with tanned skin dressed in Middle-Eastern style clothing. It is also implied by the nameless demon that the Reincarny is Muslim. Commenters referred to the game as racist because of the Reincarny's supposed ethnicity and terroristic tendencies. In Gianelloni's next minigame, he claimed that he did not intend for the game to be hurtful nor did he intend for the game to be taken seriously or confused for some political message by stating the following:
“In my last minigame (In the Name of Evil), I got a bunch of comments about how the game was racist and what-not. It wasn't meant to be. There is EVIL in every race, creed, and religion. You should play these games for pure entertainment and not try to come up with silly thoughts about them.”