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Reincarnation: The Backfire of Hell (sometimes abbreviated as TBOH) is a point and click adventure minigame from 2010 by Christopher "Chris" Gianelloni. The minigame is not an actual installment in The Reincarnation Series, but was made to promote a Kickstarter by the gamemaker before its deadline on October 31, 2010. The minigame was preceded by Reincarnation: Let the Evil Times Roll and followed by Reincarnation: All Hallow's Evil. The plot centers around a nameless demon sent by Luke, a.k.a. The Devil, in order to bring back a Reincarny to Hell.



  1. Get the towel from the back of the driver's seat.
  2. Open the passenger-side sunshade to reveal a bronze key.
  3. Get the key.
  4. Go to the back of the car.


  1. Get the silver key on the right side of the door.
  2. Click the yellow bin to get a cigarette lighter.
  3. Use the bronze key on the red toolbox.
  4. Get the screwdriver from the red toolbox.
  5. Get the blue and red electric wires from the shelf.
  6. Go to the front of the car.


  1. Use the silver key on the glove compartment to reveal a flashlight.
  2. Get the flashlight.
  3. Use the wires in your inventory on the exposed wires.
  4. Go to the back of the car.


  1. Click the flashlight.
  2. Use the screwdriver on the flashlight for a battery.
  3. Connect the battery to the wires.
  4. Go to the front of the car.


  1. Click the radio.
  2. Turn the radio on to listen to the news report.
  3. Plug in the cigarette lighter.
  4. Go to the back of the car.


  1. Click the red cap on the cart to open up the fuel cap.
  2. Soak the towel with fuel.
  3. Use the lit cigarette lighter on the towel soaked with fuel.


Name Description Points
Sing Along Waiting too long to do something. 10
Keeping The Wheels Of Hell Turning Beat the game. 10


  • Animated, Directed & Written by Christopher "Chris" Gianelloni.
  • Programmed by TaroNuke.
  • Music by Brian Holmes.
  • Voice of Demon by Deven "D-Mac" Mack.
  • Voice of Luke by Andrew Dennis.
  • Voice of Radio by Josh Tomar.

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