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Clutter Evolution: Beyond Xtreme
The Best Clutter Yet
Over 1700 Incredible Levels
#1 on Game House, iWin & Game Fools


"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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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.

286 Comments

  1. Larry Kayser says:

    Joe,

    l’ve played and love all of your Clutter games. I am a 74-year-old, always play with the clock off, and never use hints. The challenge of finding matches, without time pressure, is good for my mental health.

    Your Slider games consist of horizontal and vertical rectangles. May I suggest a new variation using concentric circles? When a circle is in the proper position it will show normally. If it is higher, it will be stretched out; if lower, it will be condensed. Of course, the circles could also be rotated and then highlighted somehow when correct. As a retired programmer of (boring, business) computer software, I know that this could be somewhat difficult to code. But if anyone can do it, it’s you!

    Thanks for the many hours of relaxing, stimulating fun.

    Larry Kayser
    lkayser@optonline.net

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