Reincarnation: All Hallow's Evil
The book of Isaiah tells us that there is no rest for the wicked, and that's accurate for a number of reasons in Reincarnation: All Hallow's Evil, the new Halloween-themed mini-installment of the Chris Gianelloni's popular point-and-click adventure series. Entries in the series have been coming out at such a constant rate, that I'm sure that the snarky demon protagonist has had little time to nap in-between his travels to Earth. What's more, the games have been of such consistently high quality that I wouldn't be surprised if author Chris Gianelloni had made a deal with Mr. Lou Cypher himself, and should probably have Daniel Webster on speed-dial just in case he sees a certain purple creature knocking at his door to collect.
If you've played any of the previous entries in the Reincarnation series, you generally know what to expect here: It's Halloween night, and The Demon has been sent out to check on Darcy, an escaped soul that the higher-ups of down below have reason to believe is once again indulging in some serious evil. Before you can send him down for proper... "rehabilitation", though, you'll need some evidence that Darcy is up to his old ways. Use the mouse to levitate items, manipulate and combine them in your inventory, and use them upon other items in the game to complete your mission. Be sure to try everything! There are two slightly different ways to finish the game and a handful of easter eggs to find.
Certainly Reincarnation: All Hallow's Evil is short and doesn't change much of the series's basic formula. But as the combination of chocolate, caramel, peanuts and nougat has shown every Trick or Treater, however, some formulas don't need to be changed. With it's fluid animation, top-notch voice-acting, creative yet logical puzzles, and pitch-black sense of humor, Reincarnation: AHE makes a spooktacular fun-sized treat to close out the Halloween season.