The Clumsys

Grandpa is your modern day "Back to the Future" inventor with his top-secret time machine. His mischevious grandson Tim and his friends have decided to test Grandpa Albert`s invention. Travel back in time and help the family collect their missing kids using a Gadget Assembly Screen. Pinpoint out-of-place objects (like a gamepad and joystick) in each historical location such as the Beaches of Troy in 1275 BC. The Clumsys may not be coordinated, but they're determined to have family bonding time in this Hidden Object voyage.

One hiccup the game experiences is in the hidden object scenes where your only direction is to find the items that don't fit. I do not like going back to the same location several times so this is a no buy for me. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by foreignangel from need a magnifying glass I think it's a really cool idea to find things that are outside their time period. I get depressed with the dark, sinister story lines with distracting text conversations taking too long to read when I would rather be playing, and game play that is so difficult that my brain feels twisted into a knot. Not for me. Objects are not too difficult to find and you have 4 choices of help should you have problems finding that last object or two. Heaps to do in one time zone and there are lots of time zones. Also need to look for the missing kids lost in different time zones. First time, I thought I might have missed the hint so I waited for it to reload and clicked it again. I would buy it as a DD for myself I have the butterfly effect, which is very similar. The Clumsys, with its quirky sense of humor and scattered bits of historical info, is an excellent example of keeping a casual genre fresh without destroying its roots. Then there is the hint button.

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It is entertaining and you can learn a little history along with playing. So playing this game with its straight-forward goals of finding the mislaid items and missing kids with the time machine is refreshing. Risen Dragons start with hidden object scenes and move on to find and replace games and more, Empire of the Gods centered around the item hunting mechanic. Finally, after all traces of the child's shenanigans have been erased, it's time to look for the The Clumsys troublemaker. I didn't make it very far because I got tired of looking for really small objects off a list that I could barely read because The Clumsys Clumsgs was so small. This game requires some attention to detail. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ohsoclueless from I like this! I'm torn between 3 and 4 stars. I think the latter since I tried it a third time, with another person watching and absolutely nothing happened. Second visit: you need to find HO and put back the items where it used to be during your first visit. For me, I would give it 3 stars but that might be unfair as kids would more likely rate it 4 Cllumsys. Games should be FUN and this one is! Another The Clumsys factor is that some items are too small and difficult to find. This adds up many, many hours of gameplay, and you won't likely get bored during that time. First time, I thought I might have missed the hint so I Tbe for it Lilly and Sasha: Curse of the Immortals reload and clicked it again.

Once I did though, putting the machines together was a breeze. Then there is the hint button. One hiccup the game experiences is in the hidden object scenes where your only direction is to find the items that don't fit. This game requires some attention to detail. It's a bit disorienting at first, but most objects are obvious stand-outs such as a basketball in Napoleon's tent and you won't have much trouble spotting them. Also need to look for the missing kids lost in different time zones. Heaps to do and explore and lots of HOS. If you do not like going to repetitive locations this might get boring. I do not like going back to the same location several times so this is a no buy for me. Another negative factor is that some items are too small and difficult to find. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ohsoclueless from I like this! Still no hint. Finally, after all traces of the child's shenanigans have been erased, it's time to look for the little troublemaker. This adds up many, many hours of gameplay, and you won't likely get bored during that time.

Second visit: you need to find HO and put back the items where it used to be during your first visit. I do Thhe like going back to the same location several times so this is a no buy for me. Still, it gives the impression of cutesieness and fun but is actually rather difficult. Rated 5 out of 5 by 49er from Lighthearted storyline with bright, clear The Clumsys This is my favorite HO game of all time, I think. Once I did though, putting the machines together was a breeze. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Staje from This game made me all stabby I bought this because several people mentioned it was funny. You move from Clumsyw time zones and have numerous tasks to complete in each time zone. Games should be FUN and The Clumsys one is! Third visit: another task is looking for set number of items Cljmsys. I understood the storyline but the instructions to "find the items that don't belong" Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies a big too vague. I would buy it as a DD for myself I have the butterfly effect, Thd is Mahjong Escape Ancient China similar. This section gives you a list of hidden items you'll need to find, and once found you'll use a small silhouette thumbnail clue to put it back in the correct place.


I have played another game similar to this - don't know if I'm allowed to give the name even though it's a bigfish game, and had a blast. If you want funny try Vampireville or anything by that developer or the MCF games. I think the latter since I tried it a third time, with another person watching and absolutely nothing happened. Analysis: Probably the best feature about The Clumsys is it's long and very satisfying length. First time, I thought I might have missed the hint so I waited for it to reload and clicked it again. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ohsoclueless from I like this! Rated 5 out of 5 by 49er from Lighthearted storyline with bright, clear graphics This is my favorite HO game of all time, I think. I played 30 minutes but that was all my poor eyes could stand. Be warned you need to go back over and over to the same location for different tasks : The first task is to look for look for objects that do not belong in that time zone i. The objects were very difficult to find and some in the scene that should not have been there for that time period were not included. For me, I would give it 3 stars but that might be unfair as kids would more likely rate it 4 stars. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by foreignangel from need a magnifying glass I think it's a really cool idea to find things that are outside their time period. Not for me.

A cute, fun game. The Clumsys, with its quirky sense of humor and scattered bits of historical info, is an excellent example of keeping a casual genre fresh without destroying its roots. You move from different time zones and have numerous tasks to complete in each time zone. The objects were very difficult to find and some in the scene that should not have been there for that time period were not included. It's a bit disorienting at first, but most objects are obvious stand-outs such as a basketball in Napoleon's tent and you won't have much trouble spotting them. I have played another game similar to this - don't know if I'm allowed to give the name even though it's a bigfish game, and had a blast. No buy for me. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Staje from This game made me all stabby I bought this because several people mentioned it was funny. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by foreignangel from need a magnifying glass I think it's a really cool idea to find things that are outside their time period. Once you gather items in a location you'll move on to find and replace. Finally, after all traces of the child's shenanigans have been erased, it's time to look for the little troublemaker. I myself don't love the grandfather's voice although it is okay , but I think kids would like it - it has a sort of eccentric grandfatherly tone used when amusing the young'uns. A few stages are extraordinarily difficult the 50s television studio comes to mind , and some hold items that, according to the game, don't fit, yet there's no logical reason why.

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  1. Another negative factor is that some items are too small and difficult to find. Then there is the hint button. Fortunately the unlimited hint system which constantly recharges, allowing four levels of hint precision alleviates this difficulty. Afterwards you'll enter the fix mode where you must locate and use several items to undo some sort of damage the child has done in the scene, such as putting the wheels back on the Trojan horse or fixing the Hindenburg's engine.

  2. Then there is the hint button. This section gives you a list of hidden items you'll need to find, and once found you'll use a small silhouette thumbnail clue to put it back in the correct place. Heaps to do in one time zone and there are lots of time zones.

  3. Finally, after all traces of the child's shenanigans have been erased, it's time to look for the little troublemaker. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by grandmacathy from Different type of Hidden Object game I really enjoy Hidden Object games, but some of the newer ones with all the multiple trips back and forth to the same locations can be tiresome. Be warned you need to go back over and over to the same location for different tasks : The first task is to look for look for objects that do not belong in that time zone i. Once I did though, putting the machines together was a breeze.

  4. Kids would enjoy playing it. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mrm from Would if I could I found this game far too challenging for me. There is a lot of attention to detail in creating the objects and the color palette is very nice - bright and charming.

  5. Then there is the hint button. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by Staje from This game made me all stabby I bought this because several people mentioned it was funny. The settings were too dark and I could barely find anything. Heaps to do and explore and lots of HOS. Fortunately the unlimited hint system which constantly recharges, allowing four levels of hint precision alleviates this difficulty.

  6. You also look for parts of the time machine that you need to reassemble. Also need to look for the missing kids lost in different time zones. So this could be one long game. It's a bit disorienting at first, but most objects are obvious stand-outs such as a basketball in Napoleon's tent and you won't have much trouble spotting them.

  7. The Clumsys, with its quirky sense of humor and scattered bits of historical info, is an excellent example of keeping a casual genre fresh without destroying its roots. I kept squinting and for that reason the game got tedious. I would buy it as a DD for myself I have the butterfly effect, which is very similar. I like the cartoon type of graphics, too. If, on the other hand, you wish to get all stabby then by all means get this game.

  8. Still no hint. It would be a good game if there were more variety in objects rather than all the items being modern. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by grandmacathy from Different type of Hidden Object game I really enjoy Hidden Object games, but some of the newer ones with all the multiple trips back and forth to the same locations can be tiresome. The Clumsys, with its quirky sense of humor and scattered bits of historical info, is an excellent example of keeping a casual genre fresh without destroying its roots.

  9. Finally, after all traces of the child's shenanigans have been erased, it's time to look for the little troublemaker. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mrm from Would if I could I found this game far too challenging for me. The objects were very difficult to find and some in the scene that should not have been there for that time period were not included. Once I did though, putting the machines together was a breeze.

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