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Ki11er Clutter: Clutter 11
The Best Clutter Yet
Over 1700 Amazing Levels!!!


"You know what you'll get with each Clutter game.
It's always the same, yet each game is always different.
That's the magic of the Clutter series."
***** "Hideously Addictive" ***** "Best Game Ever" ***** "Can't Stop Playing" *****
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Ki11er Clutter only runs on PCs & older Macs.
It will not download on Macs with the Catalina OS.
It does not run on iPads, iPhones, Androids, Linux or Chromebooks.

(Windows Defender will warn about downloading my games because I use a self-extracting exe.
Please don't buy the game if this bothers you. You can still tell Windows Defender to go ahead and download it anyway and then you can run it by choosing "more info" and telling it to run anyway.)

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Ki11er Clutter
Music By
Mike Sal



Ki11er Clutter
Music By
Mike Sal



Older Clutter Games Available Down Below


Clutter Evolution: Beyond Xtreme
(The One About The Other Ones)
The Best Clutter Yet
Over 1700 Incredible Levels
#1 on Game House, iWin & Game Fools



***** "Hideously Addictive" ***** "Best Game Ever" ***** "Can't Stop Playing" *****
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Clutter Evolution only runs on PCs & older Macs.
It will not download on Macs with the Catalina OS.
It does not run on iPads, iPhones, Androids, Linux or Chromebooks.

(Windows Defender will warn about downloading my games because I use a self-extracting exe.
Please don't buy the game if this bothers you. You can still tell Windows Defender to go ahead and download it anyway and then you can run it by choosing "more info" and telling it to run anyway.)

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Clutter Evolution
Theme Music
By Mike Sal



Clutter Evolution
Theme Music
By Mike Sal

The original un-hidden object game

I wrote Clutter to make a replayable game that appeals to the Hidden Object Game fans, without it being a typical Hidden Object Game. I've done my best to make every level replayable, and I'll warn you now that many people find the game quite addicting.

There are now 10 Clutter Games and no two are alike.

Just reading this far, I'll give you your very first Clutter experience for free.

Just email me at JoeCassavaugh@aol.com and I'll send you your first Clutter game for free. Just put "Clutter Please - PC" or "Clutter Please-Mac" in the Subject Line, and I'll send you a download link to the very first Clutter game. I'll warn you again though - many people play these games every single day, and addicting is the most common word I hear from my players about the game. You've been warned.

Below is just a small sample of the variety you'll see in the Clutter Games where no two games are the same.

300 Comments

  1. Alf Flowers says:

    Thank you for another fun game, Joe.

    When playing through again, there is no way to tell if a puzzle has been completed without going back to the menu. Is there a way to skip those already played without having to go back to the menu? I don’t know, perhaps a prompt, “You have already played this one. Skip or Play Again”. Not a big deal.

    I really appreciate the way to let us decide how to play the games. I wish all developers did. Clutter is one of the few games I automatically purchase without a demo.

  2. Alf Flowers says:

    Hi Joe,

    I can’t seem to move from the last puzzle on Clutter Gaps.

    Will email a screenshot.

    Thanks!

  3. Alf Flowers says:

    Hi Joe,

    Another great game!

    At the beginning of the levels it shows a hint within just a second or two. Just a little annoyance.

    Is there any way to turn off completely the auto hints? Seems like there was in previous games.

    Thank you!

    • joe says:

      Hi Alf:

      There is a starter hint toggle.
      It’s the bright green check-mark in the top row of the toggles.
      Hover on it, and it will tell you what it is.
      (Click on the bright-green O…to bring up the other toggles first.)
      Hope that helps.
      Happy Holidays.
      Stay safe.

      Joe

  4. Diane says:

    Joe,

    You’ve finally done it! After 10 previous games (not doing ALL the games but completing the main quest in each and every one), you’ve finally got a level I cannot do!!!!!

    Level 137 of your main quest in Killer Clutter, I just cannot do it, even at the “shortest” level of 35 matches. I’ve been trying for 2 days! I have no idea how many times I’ve restarted it, closed the game down for a while (even over night) and tried again. On multiple occasions, I’ve gotten down to one match but the objects are so big that whatever I need always is hidden in the background behind another object. I finally gave up on it and went on to the next level.

    If there are any other hints rather than just keep trying and restarting, I would love to know. It’s the only orange dot I’ve ever gotten. I’m overflowing with frustration! Just plain stubbornness got me to keep at it for 2 days.

    Great game but Left/Right – especially with 5 matches will never be among my “favorites”. Do you have “anti-favorites”?

    • Diane says:

      Thanks for the help, Joe. I finally got it done. Now I’m all green on the main quest and on to the original quest and other areas of the game.

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