Clutter II: He Said, She Said
It sounded good but...
I played the demo for about 20 minutes, after which I wondered how to get that time back.
Seriously, though, the game sounds fun and different. The "find and match things" part could be fun. But in the end the game just annoyed me too much.
For one thing is the preachy messages. "We're going to teach you how to fix your life." Yeah, I'm here to play a game, not get preached at. The individual scenes take forever to load, and the graphics look like something left over from the year 2000.
Definitely pass this one by, unless you like slow moving, ugly games that preach at you.
May 16, 2012
I'm a huge fan of HoG games, but this was awful.
I'm not sure what I was expecting, but not a couple of floating heads giving me tips about clutter or, rather, how not to clutter?! In between tips, you click on matching items, then they go down to a conveyor belt, where, in turn, they are squashed?! There was no real excitement or challenge or story line. Granted I only played for 1/2 an hour, but that was enough for me. I've played almost every HoG game out there and this is one of the worst. Sorry folks! Try before you by.
July 5, 2012
I Disagree with Other Reviews
I hated Clutter 1 that I thought was extremely BORING. I played Clutter 2 after reading a lot of positive reviews but I think Clutter 2 is even more BORING than Clutter 1, in fact, it gave me an enormously severe headache.
This is definitely NOT the game for me either to buy or as a "free" game with my Big Fish Games membership.
Each to their own, I don't expect others to hate this game just because I do or to like every game that I like. I'm in my late 50's, I know better than that.
I recommend that if you have not played this game yet, do so then decide for yourself. Maybe you will be one of the people that like this game.
Incidentally, none of my 17 children and 14 grandchildrren like this game either but that's just us.
May 13, 2012
Are you kidding me here?
Is this a real game show somewhere out in t.v. land? This was an hour's worth of jumbled piles of trashy items that needed to be paired and they automatically disappeared and you get points for how quickly you can find items in the big mess. If this wasn't bad enough it was paired with quasi-humorous quotes from celebrities of days gone by (which makes me question how old this game is anyway) to "buck" us up. I was raised and raised my children to declutter their lives/homes in the spring and fall and it's worked for generations of my family without having a stupid, vacuous game show telling me how. I kept playing because I kept hoping for something better, something else, something that made sense to start happening. If you can't unclutter your life twice a year yourself - you're a hoarder - get help. If this was meant to be amusing it missed its mark. This was an insult to my intelligence.
May 8, 2013