Clutter IX: Clutter IXtreme

Clutter IX: Clutter IXtreme

Whenever and wherever I could, I added an Extreme element to some old favorites (and many new ones). The Eggs are back and some other old favorites. There is even a whole Extreme area that focuses on the more insane levels. It's Clutter like you've never played it before.
With no text in Clutter 100, some people thought there was no story, but there was. Same is true again. Every pictures adds to a complete story that is an excellent companion piece to the story from Clutter 1000. Once again told in pictures and beautiful Collages.
You can now hover over any icon or button in the game and a popup text will tell you more about it. The story still has no text, but there is plenty of pop-up text to help you on your quest.

I'm sure many players don't read the Pop-Up Help, but there is always a lot of useful information in them.

Buy Clutter IXtreme for $10

I've been waiting for this game! As usual, Joe has given us another wonderful Clutter.

This game offers near infinite levels of customization. Don't like timers? Turn them off. Don't like the moving conveyor? Turn it off. Want to leave the game from anywhere? Hit the leave button...without the need to see "Do you really want to leave?".

The objects are clear and bright in the Main Quest. There are many game variations, many levels, many everything! I haven't tried the extreme levels yet, so can't comment on them. But I'm sure they won't disappoint. Joe's games never do.

You may find yourself losing sleep, forgetting to eat, and shouting "I did it!" and scaring your family.

Thanks, Joe, for another great game!
I own a small collection of Joe's games and they always provide many hours of fun and relaxation. This newest addition has so many amazing puzzles, nice pictures, interesting subject matter, bright colors, great challenge. I never feel "cheated" after buying Joe's games, I end up with many moons of entertainment and don't regret the money spent.

With so much variety in this game and the great amount of levels, I seriously doubt boredom will ever creep in. Aside from the usual game content, I especially like having puzzles that are not the typical jigsaw because the challenge is different and adds more fun.
I love all the clutter games and this one is great! It is as challenging as you want it to be, but is definitely not as simple as it seems.

Called the Un-Hidden Object games, Clutter is simply a matter of clicking on two or more objects in plain sight at a time. Sounds simple? Wrong! There are many levels here and increasing difficulty. The timer can be turned off and you can skip around finding puzzles that you like.

There are also Box Quotes and all sorts of picture puzzles. With 1000 puzzles, there is a great variety.
Playing Clutter never gets old. The games can be played many times with many options. I own all the Clutter games and have become a huge Joe Cassavaugh fan.

These games intrigue me again and again. I'm amazed at the amount of customization allowed to keep the games fresh and challenging, or when I'm really worn out - I can make them a bit easier. I hope that there are many (MANY) more Clutter games in the future. Thank you!
I have been following Joe and his Clutter games on Facebook for years. (You should, too.) I have them all. Clutter IX is THE. BEST. EVER!

Every kind of Clutter game we've grown to love. Thorough and easy to follow instructions. Hover over something and a pop-up will explain that button or doodad.

I love (LOVE!) the options to toggle different aspects of the game on and off, according to my preferences, so I get to play a customized game. Joe, you are amazing!! I am so excited to have this new game!

1 Comment

  1. Eric says:

    Hi Joe,
    I’m playing the Nintendo Switch version of the game right now and I’m really enjoying it, maybe more so than the previous one (Clutter 1000). However, I noticed something odd and I wonder if it’s a bug or if it was intended that way.
    When playing the square jigsaws, I cannot use the touch screen at all to move the pieces (I can tap the pieces to bring them on top but I cannot drag them onto the puzzle area). That specific type of puzzle only works when I use the joy-cons or a gamepad. As much as a gamepad can be used in any game mode, it makes gameplay very awkward and clunky. That game (and other Clutter games) was made to be played primarily using the touch screen so I’m finding it very strange that one type of puzzle in the entire game cannot be played that way.
    So is that a bug or is that how it was meant to be?

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