Clutter VI: Leighs Story

The best Clutter yet by far. With Leigh's Story, the Clutter series has risen to a whole new level with a compelling story that follows all the hidden object fun. Additionally, we've added new styles of play including "Head To Head", "Clutter Chaos" and "Twos & Threes". There is truly something here for everyone. All your old favorites are back as well and there are more Clutter 100 levels in Leigh's Story than ever before.

In spite of this, I love the game so much and play it a lot. Instead of showing dots for how often something was played, rather show the best time. Am not much of storyline person anyway. Even the objects are the same from scene to scene. This is all of them all one rolled up in one. Date published: This is due to the minigames that can be played without the storyline. A game to consider. I ignore the storyline. What would be nice would be a score board for times, specifically for all the many levels after the story, where the only thing to beat is ones own time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kafinkee from Woohoo! I love all the different cool items you have to match and the many different ways it is played for you to do this. And please, don't turn the music off once a level is finished.


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Great game. There are fun puzzles in-between the matching. I skip that whole lot always. Anyway, the Clutter games are in a class by themselves, and I love them! You can replay and have the opportunity to do them anyway. I've bought the previous Clutter VI: Leighs Story so bought this one as soon as I saw the title. The other Stody game is placing text blocks in the correct colored boxes to spell out words or phrases to fit the story line. I have had this game for a few months. I do not listen to the All-in-One Mahjong while playing games so that is something I cannot review. What a challenge. Am not much Toms Hen House storyline person anyway. Black and Color, Match 3 and the hard one for me compete Stofy the computer name where you try to match more to win the level than the computer does. Great job! I love this game.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kafinkee from Woohoo! I own all Joes games and I will take a break from playing for awhile then come back to the game and well it just does not get old for me. And they keep getting better with each new version. It is one of my top games. If I have any complaint about Clutter VI, it would be that maybe it would also be nice if there were always an option for NO time limits on every level. There is a 2 different manner of puzzles every few levels. I also totally enjoy item collections and the ones where more items drop into the clutter after choosing a pair. The artwork is beautiful, that's one talented artist. Often those are really not easy to see, but I'd like to play those levels if instead of shadows, once that's off in options, one would get the items with a proper view underneath the clutter area. That being said, I just can't keep away from it. Even though I think this was the best story ever in Clutter and the drawings are gorgeous This is all of them all one rolled up in one. Say I enjoy a specific level a lot, go back to the Selection page and have no idea whatsoever where I was.

I Like that objects will be a toy or collectible I had at one time. I have had this game for a few months. No real variety; just slightly different ways Cllutter find the same objects. I just love the Clutter games and got the lot. There are games I play to test myself. Date published: Rated 5 out of Cltuter by sabinesa from Great Clutter - Good Development from prior games in the series!


This is due to the minigames that can be played without the storyline. I ignore the storyline. Date published: So many levels. I have had this game for a few months. Instead of showing dots for how often something was played, rather show the best time. I've bought the previous Clutters so bought this one as soon as I saw the title. Most levels have a variety of items. A for-sure buy for me -- I know I'll have hours and hours of fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rheashard2 from Another good game It is easy to see how each version of the game improves. The artwork is beautiful, that's one talented artist. But why oh why does one have to wait for the time it takes for a level to "build" before one can skip it, most tedious, specifically the word ones where one has to wait out that whole animated lot come together. I have played all of the Clutters and almost didn't try this because of the last one, but I'm glad I did. A game to consider. I love all the different cool items you have to match and the many different ways it is played for you to do this.

If you like any of the previous Clutter games, you're gonna love this one too! Often those are really not easy to see, but I'd like to play those levels if instead of shadows, once that's off in options, one would get the items with a proper view underneath the clutter area. Somewhat silly at my age. A good twist on the original Clutter games. No real variety; just slightly different ways to find the same objects. Not too hard, though some are harder than others. Joe and his people have become almost like friends because there is always a touch of intimacy in the story lines. Clutter is back!!! It was so fun! I'd like the same for the the Shadow levels, please. I haven't completed the main storyline. There is a 2 different manner of puzzles every few levels.

7 thoughts on “Clutter VI: Leighs Story

  1. Great game. And why is that selection screen animated? Luckily now one can go to the selection page and skip the lot.

  2. That being said, I just can't keep away from it. If you liked any of the previous games, I'm sure you'll love this one! I do not listen to the music while playing games so that is something I cannot review.

  3. I love this game. I haven't completed the main storyline. I think Joe has a thing about these little animations which to my mind, specifically after viewing them for the gazillions time, are a bother as Poo would say. A for-sure buy for me -- I know I'll have hours and hours of fun. No real variety; just slightly different ways to find the same objects.

  4. Luckily now one can go to the selection page and skip the lot. I also totally enjoy item collections and the ones where more items drop into the clutter after choosing a pair. I ignore the storyline. No pressure, no monsters, no purple smoke, no royalty in distress just simple matching and other activities.

  5. Kids as well as adults can all play this and it is always fun. I like them, but sometimes just want to do the clutter matching aspect of the game so skip them. Date published: I love all the different cool items you have to match and the many different ways it is played for you to do this. Some levels are matching beautiful old coin mixtures or exquisitely decorated eggs.

  6. If you liked any of the previous games, I'm sure you'll love this one! Kids as well as adults can all play this and it is always fun. A game to consider.

  7. But why oh why does one have to wait for the time it takes for a level to "build" before one can skip it, most tedious, specifically the word ones where one has to wait out that whole animated lot come together. I love the levels with single objects. If anybody in the Joe universe is listening, I'd like to mention that I like clutter, the 3s don't know what the mix with 2s and 3s is all about, but alas , the 3 pick 2 is super great, and the drag levels are major fun. I didn't quite get the story, especially the part about a 14 year old "telling" her parents what she was going to do kids ask, not tell , but it wasn't a deal-breaker for me. Clutter is back!!!

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