Clutter Infinity:
Joe’s Ultimate Quest

Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest

This just might be the best Clutter of them all. So many varations, so little time. All your old favorites are here along with twice as many new ones to keep you playing for hour and hours. 875 puzzles in all. Intermixed, Silhouettes, Outside-In and Clutter Picture Puzzles just to name a few. • Lots of Newer, Clearer Objects • All New Quest Music • New Favorites and Random replay feature • Many New Variations of Clutter

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  1. Veerle Lievens says:

    help can anyone explain to me what is the difference (control panel) between red lights, yellow lights and the green nummbers 1, 2, ?

    Thanks a lot

    Joe s ultimate quuest

    • joe says:

      Red means you can go play that level.
      Yellow means you played by you didn’t win it.
      Green Numbers….is how many times you won that level.
      Hope that helps.

  2. cjhudson says:

    I really need to buy the cd versions. I can’t find anywhere they are sold. Can you lead me to them?

    • joe says:

      Which CD versions. From this site….you can get a CD Backup of anything you buy.
      Walmart and/or Amazon might still have CD versions that come in Bundles with other games.

  3. Mary Berg says:

    Hi—I LOVED the Clutter games—-when they played. I would get so far (not the same place on different games) and my computer would shutdown completely. and I had to reboot to get it up and running. And Clutter wouldn’t play again. This occurred on all games from first to Clutterville. I would love to purchase the next in the series but I’m afraid that after the expense of purchase, it will end up doing what the others did. Has anyone else complained of this happening?

  4. Diane Dacey says:

    Hi Joe. No it was not up and down rotations. All I can remember was a white building with red trim and I think a briefcase, and probably four or five more items that were exactly the same but in different positions. only the ones in the exact same position could be matched.

  5. Diane says:

    I pwn all your PC games and greatly enjoy them. Several months ago I often played a game where you had to match items that were exactly the same and in the same position. I remember that it had white buildings with red trim. I thought it was under collections, but now I can’t find it. HELP please.

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