Clutter 3: Who is The Void?

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The Void has taken the Clutter game to whole new heights, but his or her identity remains a mystery. Can you sift through the clutter and reveal who he or she truly is? More challenging and more addictive than ever before, Clutter 3 will keep you playing—and guessing—for hours and hours! Rummage through 30 fiendishly crafted Clutter puzzles, play nine exciting new mini-games, and embark on two bonus quests in the most challenging and addictive Clutter game yet!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 184 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Clutter 3: Who is The Void?


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Clutter 3: Who is The Void? 4.1 5 48 48
What make a game great? I love hidden object games and I consider this one of the best--although it's more of a matching game. The Clutter Games make me feel a bit guilty that I'm playing a game instead of cleaning up my own clutter in my house! I pretty much figured that the player was "The Void" from the beginning--because it seemed "everyman" appears in the silhouettes. For me, the music makes the game and this game had a varied score that changed from one level to the next--classic and not "loopy". I played and bought the first 2 Clutter games, but #3 is the best. I didn't hate Leon and Anna but did find the preaching annoying. In #3, some of the puzzles are also annoying--Need more of the memory matching puzzles and less of the sliders/shifters-I skipped most of the puzzles because they didn't do anything for me. March 9, 2014
Late in posting my review for Clutter 3 Hi fellow fishies I usually don't do reviews but I had to for this one. This review is out of the box as I want to say a huge thank you for this game. I work in accounting for a big company and have OCD. After a long (and sometimes flustrating day) I can come home and play this to help me focus on something else and let my mind slow down as I can control the game my way. I also have fibromyaligia and with many sleepless nights this game helps me to relax. Again, this is a wonderful game and with many, many choices it is replayable again and again. I hope everyone enjoys this game as much as I have. March 8, 2014
Enlighting I played clutter 2 and really enjoyed it so when I saw 3 it was a must to try. But wow who would have thought game designers could be so interesting, I enjoyed getting to know the creator of the game more than the game. I am almost to the end. I had no idea that game designers had it so hard. I also had no idea that one person could do so much all alone and still produce such a wonderful game. After clutter 2 I had to declutter my house. It was really nice getting to know Joe and so look forward to his next game and maybe letting us get to know him even more. I really enjoyed the game,but was utterly shocked to find out this was not a group but one person until it comes to the committees. I think I enjoyed the story and person more and the puzzles were a lot of fun also. February 27, 2014
Variety plus Love this game, there are heaps of different challenges, some easy and some really challenging. There is a storyline but I am not particularly interested in storylines or sound effects. I like to get in and just play the games. Brilliant game if you are looking for a single game with different challenges. February 19, 2014
The Best One! I like this Clutter game the best. In answer to your questions Developer: games should be games. No preaching, just fun! I admit that home clutter brings negative feng shui to a home so really didn't mind your suggestions in Clutter 1, but you made your point :-) and I was glad to relax this time. Looking forward to your next game! February 18, 2014
Extremely addictive For some reason, I overlooked the first two Clutter games, but I was hooked on this one before the demo finished and purchased immediately. There is so much to do in this game, with a lot of variety in the main Void quest, fun replayable mini-games and additional quests. I am now a Clutter fan and will be having a look at the earlier games. February 12, 2014
New Clutter Recruit Loved this game. Now I'm going to go back and buy the 1st two in this series. It's different from the normal HO. It has a mahjong feel to it. In a lot of the HO scenes you have to find hidden and matching items in sets of two. I don't know that I would actually call it an HO. It's stacks of stuff, one on top of the other, which is what the title Clutter refers to. You do have to search for things, but instead of trying to recognize objects it's more about finding matches for items on top so that you can make your way to the bottom of the pile. The mini games are plenty and different enough to make it more interesting. I'm now a fan and am going to add the first two to my collection. February 12, 2014
CLUTTER III IS HARD TO A-VOID Clutter III: Who is the Void? is a follow up to the original Clutter and Clutter II: He Said She Said. These are puzzle games with a minimal back story to act as an amusing distraction. The quest this time is to find out the identity of The Void. The game has numerous hidden object scenes, some with a few twists like "blocking objects" that you must "release" by finding certain other objects. There are also turn off the lights puzzles, jigsaw puzzles and an interesting game which is a combination of Sudoku and Tetris. Music is constantly playing, mostly piano, which is truly background music. It can either help to keep your mind focused or be a source of frustration - depending on how well you are doing with the puzzle. Upon completion of each puzzle, you are given more clues to the identity of The Void, and also a quote from a famous (or not) philosopher. From the Options menu you can turn off the timer, pop-ups, help and other things if you wish in order to customize to your distinct tastes. A fun, yet challenging, game - especially when playing in the timed mode. February 10, 2014
For all puzzle lovers! I found the setup a bit messed up. It claims to have very little text, but the pop-up popped up non stop in the beginning, and at times I had problems closing them too. So that would be only reason for removing one star. The puzzles are new and challenging. There are several to choose from and difficulty varies. Mind you, I only did demo so far, but after my hour was up I wanted more, thinking my hour had passed way too fast. Are you in for new and fun puzzles. This is your game! February 10, 2014
Clutter 3 - Lots of fun I've now purchased all three releases in the Clutter series, and this one was great. Lots of mini-games to play and the signature Clutter hidden object sections. I will say that I do miss one section from the Clutter 1 game, which was where the items moved if you made a mistake, love that section of Clutter 1 and would like to see that brought back if there are any future instalments. I tend to like time management games, however, this is one HO game I really enjoy playing - am still playing the first release. Enjoyed #3 more than #2. February 13, 2014
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