Clutter Evolution: Beyond Xtreme
(PC & Mac only) is Available Now (PC and Mac only)
(Full Game - Beta is Over)

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.

Clutter Evolution
Theme Music
By Mike Sal
  • I have every one of the clutter game. This one is just as great as the other ones. There are so many options to this game. I just love them all.I really enjoy playing it and get so involved that when my trial is up I wonder what happen. Then I go purchase it to quickly get back to the clutter. I also like reading the writing. I recommend this game!
    Columbus, OH
  • I enjoyed this one over the previous ones even. There are some new challenges,which I really enjoyed,especially the one where you match squares in a sea of picture squares!! Love this. More of those squares,please I recommend this game!
    Phoenix, AZ
  • I was reading the reviews for another game and someone mentioned this game. Looked it up, read the reviews and decided to give it a try. OMG...this game is so fun and I have not played any of my other games cuz I am hooked on this one. There are varying levels of difficulty and you can customize the options for the games so you can mix it up. Still haven't gotten bored! Want more like this one. I recommend this game!
    Northern California
  • I really like this version. I like the option of keep playing after the time is up. You don't have to go crazy finding everything before the time is up. I love the new puzzle with 70 or so squares that have to be matched. I'll probably go blind playing this but I am hooked! I recommend this game!
    Ocala, Florida

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. Iíve done my best to make every level replayable, and I'll warn you now ñ many people find the game quite addicting.

There are now 7 Clutter Games and no two are alike. And for just reading this far, I'll give you your very first Clutter experience for free. Just email me at [email protected] and I'll send you your first Clutter game for free. Just put "Clutter Please" 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.


  1. Debra Hammond says:

    I just tried reinstalling the updated version of Clutter X and it says password expired. I just received the email yesterday evening and this was the first chance I had to install. Please help.

  2. Ginger Cone says:

    I just finished level 83 (Clutter X).
    Your comments at the bottom of the following page say:

    “This is the #1 reason that Clutter X deserved the “t i l e” Clutter Evolution.
    Just wondering, did you mean title?

    It’s an honor to be part of the new testers group!

  3. Cathy Boomer says:

    Hi, Joe. I just finished the Beta test of your new game, Clutter Evolution. Here are my comments: the sound and music are much better. I love the new Clutter tiles (different shapes). I like the dedication page. I fit most of those descriptions. I feel honored you included me in your email list to Beta test your new game. The colors seem a lot brighter. I like how you keep alive your story of the creation of Clutter and its changes through each development. I learn something new every time I hear it. I always had trouble with the Gapwars and not getting the last couple of pictures completed. I liked the bigger items in the later games (black and white). The following sliders jammed 47-100, 55-100, 63-100, 71-100. The shadow pictures are very hard to figure how what is to be matched from several identical items ( I guess that is the idea). The new objects and pictures are great and with such a great variety. I did not notice any typos. Good job! Best wishes on Clutter 11-looking forward to it!

  4. Diane says:

    One of the best parts of this new game is there are no “skinny objects”. Big cursor or small cursor, those narrow items like keys, rubber bands and such were always hard to hit. Things with holes in them weren’t much better unless you ALWAYS had perfect aim!

    Has anybody noticed? Each game is easier to play if it is NOT your first clutter game. The style of play (even if the menus change) and the objects themselves lend a sense of familiarity that just makes it comforting and you KNOW what to look for. The cats and dogs of this game is especially true. To match them up, it helps if you’ve seen them before!

    Keep up the good work!!!!!!!

  5. P Lew says:

    Was playing the beta, and around level 29 or 30, my screen went blank and all I had was an arrow. Had to go to the task manager to exit because I couldn’t find any of the arrows to advance, go back, etc. I really like the choice of variations (I have all of your other clutter games), although I have to admit that the rotating ones aren’t my favorite. However, please do keep them, I’m sure that there are folks who like what I don’t, and what you give us lets all of us choose what to play (and replay, and replay…) And, if I can put in a request – more Ukrainian eggs please!

    • Diane says:

      I reported a similar issue when entering via the main menu (exiting with back arrow and then X) but it did come back. I guess I’m not alone.

      I agree – this game is fantastic!

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