I truly loved reading all the reviews for Clutter. The ones that hated the game the most seemed to have no sense of humor at all. Some people really loved the game, some people said that the game actually motivated them positively to effect change in the real clutter of their lives. And a few people thought I was actually Leon Poncelette. So, for posterity, I give you the Good, the Bad and the Beautiful of the Clutter Reviews!!!
This was from a lady named quarlesqueen on Big Fish.
Thank you Leon Poncelette, you are much needed in my life, and I really enjoyed your tips, along with a very unique game, that I have so enjoyed playing .
The clutter of the mind is like handcuffs on the soul..SO TRUE, being the gaming addict that I am, my once clutter free apartment, is showing signs of neglect, with little piles that are growing at an alarming rate, turning into clutter..YIKES..lol!
Instead of doing something about it, I continue playing my games everyday, but those pesky clutter piles, are always on my mind (handcuffs on the soul ).
Being some what of a perfectionist, this is driving me crazy, so its time to take action..thanks for the reminder, and guilt trip.
Who would of ever thought, that a game would be of so much help, in ones life .
I didn’t expect to like this game as much as I did, there where a few times of frustration, like when your trying to pair, the almost clear items, but all in all, I found the rest a sort of release, and very gratifying when completed.
There is a fine line with me, when it comes to being timed, in games, not a huge fan, because than relaxation turns into frantic nerves.
A few times it almost crossed the line, so I am glad that the developers did give a skip option, if needed, although I never used it, I felt better knowing it was there.
I loved collecting the coins and letter tiles, my favorite mini was the wisdom shuffle challenge, and I thought finding the secret spots with the numbers, was original and interesting.
I also enjoyed finding the picture peices, in the post cards, so this game had a lot of different things to do in it.
I don’t know if any of you shop on QVC, but Leon Poncelette could be twins with this guy that does cooking in the kitchen with Dave, on QVC.
I highly reccomend trying this game, for anyone who wants something different, it does get more challenging, as you progress through the levels.
I thought it was a very well thought out, interesting game, that has a very good length to it, so well worth the money and one that I enjoyed reading, which isn’t always the case, in games.
Thanks to BF and the developers, for bring us something different, which was a nice change, and a much needed breath of fresh air !
And one last one from admatin on Big Fish. This was after I had posted as the developer of the game.
Oh my, so glad to find the founder of this game.
Believe me it has been so much more than just a game for me.
After watching the horrors of “Hourders” more than ever before I became of my own words of 20 years ago, if I have to move out of this house it will take 2 bulldozers. Now I have lived here 24 years. If I had not found this Clutter game I would have probably become a hourder 2-3 before my retirement in 4 years, as to the 1-2 of now.
This game, although fun, does very much help when looking around and feeling overwhelmed…get you refocused and realize just one thing, day, hour, area at a time. “YOu didn’t put the “Stuff” there overnight, so will take more than overnight to relinquish it, both mindwise and physically wise. The only other alernative is a stranger (got forbid) come in and just “whisk” it all away, tada. When I am working on an area or task and feel anxious, tired, dismayed I come and play Clutter for a bit, and it defuses my anxieties, tiredness, and feeling of futility, quite quickly.
Somehow it puts me back in control.
Thank you for so much help.