Reversion is a science-fiction Point&Click Adventure Game developed by the indie 3f interactive. Inspired by classics of the genre. You will be propelled to a desolate future, robbed of your memories and looking desperately for a clue to understanding your predicament.
User reviews: Mixed (67 reviews) - 68% of the 67 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 12, 2013

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"Chapter two of the adventure set in a postapocalipt Buenos Aires / Capítulo dos de la aventura gráfica ambientada en una Buenos Aires postapocalíptica"


8.4 – indiedb

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About This Game

After escaping from the hospital still with no memories. Victoria is helping you find the person in the photo, it's vital to recover your memories and understand who you are and why you are here.

Along your journey, you'll meet new friends that will help you. New, challenging riddles in different locations all around the well known city of Buenos Aires. Those places will get you closer and closer to meeting this special person that might hold the answers to your questions.

You need to remember who you are.

Reversion - The Meeting is the second chapter of a graphic science-fiction adventure in point’n’click developed by the indie 3f interactive. Inspired by classics of the genre from Lucas Arts, Sierra or yet Pendulo Studios, 3f interactive thought its game for the fans of old school adventure games.

You will be propelled to a desolate future, robbed of your memories and looking desperately for clues to understanding your predicament.

Play as Christian and find his way back to his memories, through numerous puzzles and dialogues with intriguing characters. Team up with Victoria and Pablo, a new friend, that will guide you through the city while you learn what happened and what you can do to, maybe, change the future…

Plunge in this fascinating adventure and reverse the disastrous events that left the city in ruins.

Take your chance to change history; it’s time for Reversion. This time, in the city.


  • Charismatic and mysterious characters
  • Deep and challenging puzzles to keep you hooked
  • Wide variety of interactive objects through each scenery
  • Classic 2D graphics, as in the golden age of the genre
  • Hand drawn characters and locations, digitally colored, achieving a beautiful result that you can see for yourself
  • Hints system to help you move forward

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System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: Intel Core™ Duo or better
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 compliant video card
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • OS: OSX 10.8.5
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu
    • Processor: Intel Core™ Duo or better
    • Graphics: OpenGL compliant video card
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 17
Reversion The Meeting is the second chapter in the Reversion series, but after the first free episode will you want to pay and play chapter 2 ? In Reversion 2 we still plays as the unnamed man who is still trying to figure out what's going around him. So how is chapter 2 ? Well it's not good, but it's not horrible either. Reversion chapter 1 was a really fun game and I was hoping Chapter 2 would be as well but to be honest it's just as short and just as buggy as chapter 1, but this time you have to pay money for it. There isn't much to say about chapter 2 as the gameplay is the same as in chapter 1. The voice acting is still hilariously bad. The art style is still charming and chapter 2 has a very interesting story and I'm excited for chapter 3. The game in itself isn't that bad, but the bugs and short single player are a big minus. Overall only get Reversion The Meeting on a sale, or if you really enjoyed the first chapter, otherwise don't bother with this title. I give Reversion The Meeting a 6/10
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
For me this was better than the first chapter. Definitely more interesting. However I thought this will be the end but seems like there will be 3rd chapter. Looking forward for it. Both parts are really nice. Really easy to 100%.
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25 of 29 people (86%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 4
The first chapter of Reversion was a mildly entertaining, if rather exceedingly traditional point and click adventure game with the undeniable benefit of being entirely free. Chapter two, "The Meeting", now carries with it a price tag but also comes along with rather significantly less charm, cascading the first's amusing silliness for a melodramatic plot full of outrageous performances and exposition with any movement.

From start to finish The Meeting accomplishes almost nothing in advancing Reversion's plot, spending most of its time forcing you to solve inscrutable puzzles typically only difficult in so far as the clunky interface is proficient at making simple tasks intuitive and buried within interaction menus. I was leaning on a guide for much of the hour or so long chapter, as the in game hint system is fairly useless, and everytime I reached for a better walkthrough I was met with a terribly simple solution which usually involved clicking on an object more than I had reason to believe I ought to.

Amid the tedious fiddling with each and every random item The Meeting is stuffed full of agonizingly tone deaf performances of the abysmal dialogue, which would be almost delightful in its mediocrity if it wasn't so intent on being absolutely serious, outside of some groan inducing attempts at humor. Characters are practically caricatures of caricatures, with no personality outside of their cliched roles and grating voices, with nothing to say save a continual chorus of "there's no time to explain."

I'm not sure exactly what happened between chapter one and two. Maybe it's been too long and I didn't enjoy the first as much as I thought I did, or perhaps I simply expected more from the sequel as it was no longer this random novelty but actually trying to create a full season length experience. Whatever the case "The Meeting" was an unexpectedly dreadful followup to something that seemed if not promising, than at least a potentially enjoyable diversion, but which I now cannot see myself coming back to regardless of whether or not chapter three ever shows itself.
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19 of 25 people (76%) found this review helpful
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 10, 2014
This game is very short but still very enjoyable!

* I especially liked its visual style: very bright and cartoonish. And it is some kind of post-apocalyptic world, imagine that!
* The story is nice - and it promises much more for the future. Science fiction combined with the said post-apocalyptic setting and made a little bit funny - that's quite an original approach.
* Classic adventure gameplay: many items in your inventory, including a lot of red herrings.

* For me. there is only one serious shortcoming, and It could be repeated many times: the game is just too short, unfortunately. Even combined with the free Chapter 1, it could be played through in about half an hour. Well, there is still a hope that more chapters will come soon, and as a whole it would be much more lengthy.
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17 of 23 people (74%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 1, 2014
Reversion Chapter 2: The Meeting is the second in the Reversion series by 3f Interactive, and this time around there's a physical price tag on it to continue the journey. So you have just escaped the hospital and are now on your way to meet up with someone who might know about the mysterious man that is in a picture that happens to be on your person. Now of course you can't get a straight answer without a little bit of help in return. So this episode is basically all about finding out about the gentleman in the picture.

Graphically is the same game, so I can't say that there's any difference. Now that's not a bad thing, it means that they didn't go off the reservation and try to re-invent the wheel. Yet again you are going to be introduced to an assortment of characters which all look unique and really fit the parts that they will be playing in this game.

Sadly the voice acting does not get any better, its still almost robotic, there's no real emotion in the the characters. It almost feels like they are all so full on mood inhibitors that the only thing they can do is just tell you what is going on, but deadpan.

The controls are the same as well, and that of course, once again is a good thing.

Alright so in this chapter, in which you have to put money down to play, you will be running around doing puzzles, and solving a couple of mysteries. You will get to see a college, a subway, a grave yard, a broken down building, a ransacked house, and you will get the chance to revisit the hospital. Once again there will be a good balance of combining objects and puzzle solving involved to complete this chapter.

Now I know there are a lot of you out there who want me to cut to the chase and tell you is it worth the money to play the next chapter. Well here's the deal, even though the developers are charging you for this chapter the game length does not increase, well I think it increased by a whole 4 or 5 minutes. Honestly I was really disappointed in seeing this. I now understand that the chapters are indicators of when the episode will end. In the first one you escape, end of chapter. In the second one you are building up to a meeting, and of course as soon as that happens, end of chapter. This game looks too good, and feels like there is so much more there to be SO short when it comes to game play, but sadly that's what it appears that the developers are doing. Here's hoping that the next chapter has a couple of big moments that will allow a player to really get emerged into the world before closing the chapter. With that being said I have to give this chapter an even lower score and put it at a 5.6 out of 10. I hate to do it, but when you put a price tag on a game, people expect more, especially if you gave the first chapter away for free.
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