I enjoyed both Clutter 1 & 2, the graphics were good and as the game levels went up, decluttering became a challenge especially if you didn't want to use the hint button.
October 24, 2013
I find it difficult enough to find the odd objects, without doing them in different sizes, different colors, and with a moving strip across the bottom. I don't recommend this game. Sorry I bought it.
February 22, 2012
Extremely simplistic and redundant
If all you want to do is match up two identical items, or the halves of an item, then you might like this game. I found the "life lessons" annoying - I don't play games to be preached to, and I have no idea why the author's picture comes up at the end of each and every game - very bizarre. No story line at all - just pile of objects that slowly dwindles as you find matches.
June 22, 2012
Might have been fun without the preachiness
I tried this game because of the 5-star ratings. Definitely not my cup of tea.
Gameplay is pretty simplistic, and got old pretty fast. I have nothing against games that are fun and not all that difficult, but there was not enough variety in this game to keep my interest.
Still, it might have been OK without the self-help dude preaching at me about decluttering. I play games to relieve stress and decompress from my very busy workday - I don't need a lecture with my "fun," especially when it wasn't very much fun to begin with.
February 17, 2014
I'm sorry I bought this game.
First off, it's not really so much a 'game', as it is an interactive self-help book put into play. The soul purpose of this game is to teach you that things are easier with less clutter, therefore you should declutter your life.
It's set up like an early 90's style game. The visuals are awful. Very pixelated, with no sharpness and dull colors.
The game play is very repetitive. You are constantly matching items. They go on a conveyor belt. The man's face pops up, tells you a 'tip' and you move on to yet another round, or a 2 minute mini-game.
Overall, I cannot think of one reason to purchase this game, unless you are that desperate for peace of mind and some tips for decluttering your home.
May 27, 2012
This is not a hidden object game! It's the most annoying, repetitive piece of programming I've ever encountered. Truly awful. Self-appointed, self-help guru with nothing better to do that to lecture people about the importance of decluttering your life.
July 1, 2012
Turned out to not be my cup of tea
Worst money I have spent here at BigFish thus far. Annoying pop-up guy being "helpful" ... for me, game just was not all that fun, and at the end of the last round I played, I got this huge purple shiny rock in the middle of the screen which won't go away and is blocking stuff. Exited, went back in, rock still there. Looks like I'll have to reinstall to fix it, but I think I'll just delete the game and add the lost five bucks to my "idiot account" since I feel like one for buying this one. Guess I'll recheck the policy on a possible refund but imagine I'm probably just out the dough, my tough luck. Oh well, still plenty of other games to play that I do enjoy, so other than the upcoming membership fee, I think I will curtail any further spending here for this month. This game really left a sour taste in my mouth.
February 3, 2013
WORST GAME I EVER PLAYED
The game is supposed to teach you how to clean up your clutter with a holier-than-thou "creator" teaching about good nutrition and other junk. How did this game ever get released?
March 29, 2013
More a 'self-help' therapy session than a game.
January 21, 2013
I can do without the self-righteous preaching in the narration, not to mention the extremely difficult-to-understand instructions for the minigames, and the migraine-inducing bouncing when you click on an item to match it. I played 20 minutes of the demo hour and uninstalled the game. I won't be trying either of the sequels. This one got one star only because there's no way to give it a zero.
April 5, 2014