Daxadillion
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Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by Daxadillion on Sep 13, 17 12:42 AM
A thread for your reviews.

Edited on 09/13/2017 at 6:37:02 AM PST


 
biomix
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by biomix on Sep 13, 17 5:46 AM
TO THE DEVELOPER:

Don't know if you are going to read this but I LOVE YOUR GAME! Actually I have a love/hate relationship with it! But more of a love relationship.

I love that you shared your personal story with us and showed us pictures of you and your family. So of course I bought the game!!!

Very touching.

Thank you!

Suzanne

 
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by bfgBellerophon on Sep 13, 17 6:37 AM
Hello everyone,

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pennmom36
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by pennmom36 on Sep 13, 17 8:44 AM
Got Junk? Well Joe certainly does, and a whole lot of it! Clutter has returned with something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. If you've never played Clutter, this game will blow your mind, yea, it's that good, and we Clutter fans can't seem to get enough of this junk. This is the only game I know of that has so many customizable options, wanna skip the story, ok, wanna turn off the timer, have no clicking penalties, and unlimited hints? No problem! Do you want to save your game mid-way, exit from any screen or or skip the results page, no sweat! Would you like to skip mini games, or remove letters and puzzle pieces? Sure thing. You can even adjust a slider bar for the level of difficulty you want, now what other game offers that feature? Want Joe to play the game for you? Well maybe that's a problem, I didn't see that option, but you can choose your music style, classic, country, acoustic, oldies, N'Awlins, happy, Piano, Leigh's Best or random.


It's a pretty simple game, you have to find a specific number of matches in a pile of clutter, the matches go onto a conveyor belt, and you have to find all matching items within a specific amount of conveyor belt revolutions or time (unless playing in relaxed mode) As you progress, more clutter is added and the clutter is denser and deeper, and more items are added that look similar but are different such as a bright red apple vs. a slightly less red apple, one item may be huge and its mate tiny. Every game also has letters, coins and puzzle pieces that you collect with a single click, for every five coins you collect, you get an extra hint, (unless you select unlimited hints) and the puzzle pieces and letters are used to complete a mini game at the end of the level. Finding matches quickly will earn bonus points, double and triple points, but finding the matching items isn't always so easy.


The items are of different sizes, and most items of course, are partially hidden by other junk, sometimes it's difficult to find matches of items that are right in front of you! At the end of each round, your score is tallied with the bonus points you earned, the points you earned finding letters and coins, the amount of time left over and it even gives you points and percentages from your clicking accuracy. Most of the Mini Games are variations of jigsaw puzzles, such as sliders sections, jigsaw, and even square tiles, but the fun is actually in the clutter.


There's classic matches where you find 2 pairs of items, sometimes 3 matching items. Almost every game has a different feature, and a new feature where every match made, makes an item without a match fall off. After each Clutter round, you can read a famous inspirational quote, and Joe takes you on a journey with his own story. In this game, he shares his life story, each snippet reflects one year of his life, from the year he was born, to the birth of his Clutter creations. You don't have to read any of this information for the game to make sense, but oddly, it's interesting reading.


Joe always tells us to unclutter our lives, but with so much junk, it's going to be a while, enjoy the clutter!

 
misty5
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by misty5 on Sep 14, 17 10:34 AM
OM gosh, joe, don't ever stop!. You have something so fun and unique that we puzzlers can't find anywhere else. Must admit I haven't tried this latest entry yet, but am downloading it now with great anticipation. Keep doing what you do, Joe!

 
Kafinkee
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by Kafinkee on Sep 14, 17 6:46 PM
I've gotten plenty of enjoyment from every Clutter game I've purchased. So far, I'm loving this one even more than the previous games. I consider them a huge bargain to boot -- tons of puzzles that are fun to play over and over -- this one especially. You don't have to finish any 'main game' in order to access "bonus" puzzles like in most other games. You can choose whichever one you want at any point and how you want to play it -- I prefer to play in timed mode but it's nice to be given the choice in this one to play relaxed if I'm tired after a long day at work and just want something entertaining to unwind with. Clutter games are great ones to come back to at any time, even after years, and pick up play wherever you choose and have just as much fun as the first time you played it. It takes a long, long time to complete every puzzle in a game -- I'm not sure I've accomplished that in any one of them but it's not important. I don't play puzzles I don't like or that I find excessively time-consuming and nobody can give everybody 100% of what they want. There's plenty for every hidden object and puzzle fan in these games and that's quite an accomplishment.

I don't mind the use of many of the same objects from game to game, that familiarity helps to somewhat offset the difficulty of finding every match before I run out of time -- and there are new objects introduced here -- plus some new twists to the puzzles themselves. I super appreciate a good game like this from an independent developer, a refreshing change from the usual production company-type fare on offer.

 
JoeKazz
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by JoeKazz on Sep 15, 17 11:47 AM
biomix wrote:TO THE DEVELOPER:

Don't know if you are going to read this but I LOVE YOUR GAME! Actually I have a love/hate relationship with it! But more of a love relationship.

I love that you shared your personal story with us and showed us pictures of you and your family. So of course I bought the game!!!

Very touching.

Thank you!

Suzanne


Hi Biomix: I do try to keep up with the forums and the reviews. Always appreciate any feedback (both positive or negative). Glad you're enjoying the game.
Joe

 
judithannegg
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by judithannegg on Sep 16, 17 6:30 AM
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Clutter games! I think I have all, but this is my favorite. First off, it is a matching game, but it has so many different layers and types of matching, that it is just fun, fun, fun! I love a challenge so I always play with a timer. If a matching game of any type doesn't have a timer, then I won't buy it. Now, listen me out non-timers, you can pick no timer! There are so many options: timer/no timer, hints/no hints, etc., etc., etc. You can really customize this game and you can customize it while playing the game if you change your mind! This Clutter game has some new game ideas that I hadn't seen in previous Clutter games, so even if you bought the previous ones, try this one! It will knock your socks off!

 
misty5
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Re:Please post your REVIEWS for Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest here.

[Post New]by misty5 on Sep 19, 17 11:33 AM
Love the game, Joe, and enjoyed hearing your story and meeting your family. Favorites among the new games: dragging from the outside; and colorized triple match. I skipped most of the sliders as I found them too tedious. One little criticism: I noticed in the dragging puzzles, some objects were so dark they couldn't be seen at all against the black background. I had to drag my way all around the perimeter to find the last items. Please don't go the way of so many hidden object games and make items that are virtually invisible. Other than that, great game and I look forward to "Attic"! Oh, by the way, Ana's pottery is stunning! PM me where I can buy it. Thanks!

 
 
 
 
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