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Next Life on PC

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Next Life is a Adventuring game available on the PC. It can be played in Dating modes.

Next Life is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.

Next Life can be played in a Dating mode. Dating videogames are essentially puzzles based around relationships, identity, love and sex. They cast the player as a lonely singleton looking for love, who then has to develop strategies to win the affections of different potential partners, lovers and mates.


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Intimate Gamer review Tue, 17 Nov 2009

Next Life (Reprobates in some regions) is a third person point and click adventure with one of the most intriguing mystery stories in gaming. It tells a tale that weaves its way around romance, sex and nudity. But unfortunately it fails to deal seriously with characters on a human level. What might have been meaningful and enlightening tends more towards voyeurism.

While talking on his mobile phone in his car, Adam Raichl crashes into a petrol tanker in a fiery explosion which no one could survive. So how come he then finds himself waking up in a strange bed on a beautiful island completely unscathed? As he explores the island, he discovers that it is populated by people from different parts of the world - and different time periods. When the bell tower on the hill rings three times, everyone falls asleep instantly and all have bad nightmares of the things they fear the most, and sometimes when they wake, people have disappeared.
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