Clutter’s Greatest Hits

Clutter's Greatest Hits + The B-Sides

By far, the most challenging and exciting Clutter ever. More fun and challenging than even Clutter 12: It's About Time. Plushies, Pinwheels, Spinners all help to truly make this a Greatest Hits collection that you won't want to miss.
The Story is a companion piece to all the topics discussed in Clutter 12: It's About Time. This Time around, it's all about finding happiness as we get older in life. Come along as we all search for our own Perfect Song.
The Help Book is easier to navigate than ever, including a simple way to review all the Pop-Up Text in the game, as well as the Story.

And Joe's included 4 of his original Song Lyrics from back before he was an Indie-Game-Dev (Collector's Edition Only).

Buy Clutter's Greatest Hits - Collector's Edition for $20

Something that puts Joe above all the others in this field is he cares about gamers and will take on everything reviewers say to try and improve his games.

I have tried other clutter games and nothing compares to these games and there are so many variations so as not to make the game get boring and you are also taken on a nostalgic trip back through the days gone by.
These Clutter games are wonderful. You literally can play for hours and hours, with different degrees of difficulty. If you have played Clutter games before, this one just ups the fun factor of more, more, and much more games to play. The puzzles are unique, varying in difficulty as you progress through the games, playing timed or untimed games. The story line is interesting and thoughtful. Without a doubt, the best puzzle game series ever and I just hope Joe keeps developing these games for a long time.
As always, Joe comes up with a perfect blend of something new and something old. To me this game is absolutely perfect!.

When you really don't like a level you can easily skip that level and move on to the next. The last CLuttergames from Joe were good for endless hours of (re)playing fun and so far I am convinced that I will have as much fun with this new game.
I have been a fan of the Clutter series of games since they first hit the market many years ago. The designer mixes various matching and sliding puzzles with variable difficulty levels to make a game that continues to entertain.

But the added benefit of the author's comments about life and simplification, or "decluttering," may spark something in the player that helps you in the real world.
Looking for the perfect song? the perfect puzzle challenge? This game is a perfect compilation of puzzles based upon Joe’s biggest hits! This compilation of puzzles is one of Joe’s best games to date. These games are in class of their own, timeless, designed by a master craftsman in the art of puzzle design. Few games demonstrate the quality and craftsmanship of his games. This game is a nostalgic trip down memory lane for Joe. Along the way, Joe gives a historical insight into his own life – recollections of puzzle creation through the years plus hundreds of new puzzles in his most popular genres.


  1. Joe
    I have bought and played 4 or 5 of your terrific games. The first one (IV) I think, was on a disk of games but have purchased 3 or 4 online as the result of e-mails from you. I have even sent tips.
    I’ve had to buy a new computer with Windows 11 because my old Windows 8.1 is obsolete. Unfortunately games don’t transfer from my old computer to my new.
    Do you have records of who has purchased from you so I don’t have to buy the same games again?
    I particularly like (VI), I think. Its the game from Clutterville with the caves in it. I love the huge piles of objects that have to be matched with like or similar objects.
    Is there anything that would help me recoup my favorite games?

  2. Kristen Reid says:

    Hi Joe,

    This was a great addition to the Clutter family of games – I’m really impressed – the visuals are so clean, no pixelation on the objects – that is superb. And I really like some of the new aspects of our old favourites. I actually said ‘WOW’ out loud when the circles collapsed and went out again – so cool! Great looking format, too. I’m really impressed with the work you’ve done on this one – thank you!

    I was actually hoping you’d be able to give a listing of the music artists you’ve used in this game, if possible. There are some great tracks, and I’d like to see if I can find more by the artists. Any chance you could post it up here, please?

    Thanks again for all of the work you’ve put into this one.


  3. Joyce Marie Lee says:

    I just can’t say how great this game is. I love all of Joe’s Clutter games, but this might be the best yet. I would love to see more hearts. I love gap wars too… You can’t make these games fast enough for me. Thanks Joe!!?


    Clutter’s Greatest Hits + The B-Sides

    First off let me say thank you for yet another exciting game. I hesitated in buying this game only because I felt perhaps you couldn’t change it up enough to keep my interest. Well, shut my mouth! You have far exceeded that. I start my day with playing your games for a couple hours while having my morning coffee. Joe you are a mastermind! I believe that playing your games keeps my mind active, alive and well. Enjoying your story as well as I can relate on a lot of things being the same age as you. You bring back a lot of wonderful memories reading your snippets with these games.

    One of your many # 1 fans,
    Yolanda H.

  5. Judy G. Noble says:

    Clutter Greatest Hit. What, no buttons? I had been playing older versions of Clutter and had thought of writing to ask if you would include some of the older button designs that haven’t been used in a while in an upcoming game. Imagine my disappointment when I find Greatest Hits on your site yesterday, download with great excitement, play through to the end only to discover no buttons. Terribly sad. I love all the new motion!

    • joe says:

      Hi Judy:

      Not 100% true.

      They are used in GapWar and in PopUpBoxes (Row 5).
      The Buttons have been mostly overused, and I wanted to give more time
      to the Shoes, Donuts and the total mixes of object sets.

      Otherwise, hope you’re enjoying everything else.

      PS….the Buttons were used a lot in the last few games.
      Especially #12….and also when I introduced the Stackers,
      and Cushions & Coins, etc… so that’s
      the main reason I didn’t use them too much for Clutter’s Greatest Hits.

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