Clutter V: Welcome To Clutterville is the best of the series yet.
Here’s a brief list of some of its features:
Almost All New Objects!!!
All New Music (even the Win Music)
Longest and Hardest Quest Ever!!!
Many New Options
Just to name a few of the many options:
Continue where you left off.
e”X”it from anywhere (when option is set).
Remove Letters and Puzzle Pieces.
Remove Click Penalty.
All your favorite clutter variations are there, as well as some new ones. Most notably, a Neverending Clutter variation that is like Clutter crossed with Tetris. Enjoy!!!
A Minigame called Flowers has just been added. It’s part of the new GapWar section. As always, there are many variations and many levels of difficulty. It’s my new favorite. In the basic variation, you have to match up all the flowers so there is no half-flower anywhere, not even on an edge.
The Two Queens is my first attempt at a non-puzzlely Minigame. It feels more like a solitaire challenge. I can’t always beat it, but I liked both “Threes” by Asher Vollmer and “2048” by Gabrielle Cirulli so much that I decided to create my own game with many variations using that basic game mechanic of sliding in 4 directions.
Most of the Art in Clutter IV: Minigame Madness Tour was done by the exceptionally talented Dj Curtin. I especially like the backgrounds he did for Box Quotes. You solve those puzzles by swapping letters within any vertical column. Whenever an entire word is correct, it locks into place.
The main game has added blockers that are removed by finding the 5 specific matches at the top of the playing area. But the old styles are mixed in as well.