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.


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Well done. Just want to play the game. This is only 3 of the ways you are given to Leighx. Date Leiggs Rated 5 out of 5 by rheashard2 from Another good game It is easy to see how each version of the game improves. If you liked any of the previous Vampire Secrets: Eternal Love, I'm sure you'll love this one! Anyway, great re-play value here. And why is that selection screen animated? It seems very unstable. You Clytter have to find the objects in this game, but I love the matching object Zooworld: Odyssey and play with this. Joe and his people have become almost like Squids because there is always a touch of intimacy in the story lines. Great job! Some levels are matching beautiful old coin mixtures or exquisitely decorated eggs. I'd like the same for the the Shadow levels, please.

I love all the different cool items you have to match and the many different ways it is played for you to do this. I just love the Clutter games and got the lot. I also totally enjoy item collections and the ones where more items drop into the clutter after choosing a pair. Black and Color, Match 3 and the hard one for me compete against the computer name where you try to match more to win the level than the computer does. The storylines are quirky and charming. So that's just a thought And please, don't turn the music off once a level is finished. I've bought the previous Clutters so bought this one as soon as I saw the title. There I games I play for distraction. The title of the individual clutters don't show either were one is. If the story was better I'd have given it 5 stars. No pressure, no monsters, no purple smoke, no royalty in distress just simple matching and other activities. Great memories. There are fun puzzles in-between the matching.

Somewhat silly at my age. Instead of showing dots for how often something was played, rather show the best time. If you like any of the previous Clutter games, you're gonna love this one too! Great memories. So that's just a thought The other mini game is placing text blocks in the correct colored boxes to spell out words or phrases to fit the story line. So many levels. They are relaxing but challenging and they are super Bubble Zoo 2


I highly recommend this to anyone who likes a good junkpile challenge. I have had this game for a few months. The storylines are quirky and charming. If you've played one of these, you've played them all so don't waste your money. Graphics may be dull to some, but I like the retro feel and look of them. If you liked any of the previous games, I'm sure you'll love this one! 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. I have played all of the Clutters and almost didn't try this because of the last one, but I'm glad I did. I have owned this game since it was first offered by Gamehouse and I will have to say it never gets old or boring. And please, don't turn the music off once a level is finished. This one is specifically good and am I ever glad to see the end of the bricks everywhere and to be able to turn the totally annoying treadmill noise, clapping and other ongoing interruptions off ; Visually definitely another step in the right direction. Great job! Some levels are matching beautiful old coin mixtures or exquisitely decorated eggs. No real variety; just slightly different ways to find the same objects. So many levels.

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Clutter VI: Leigh's Story - A Hidden Object Puzzle Game

You do have to find the objects in this game, but I love the matching object style and play with this. There are fun puzzles in-between the matching. 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. I skip that whole lot always. I love this game. 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. 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moosish2 from I am sooo addicted!!!! Luckily now one can go to the selection page and skip the lot. Even though I think this was the best story ever in Clutter and the drawings are gorgeous So many levels. I haven't completed the main storyline. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kafinkee from Woohoo! It's my favorite Clutter game of the three I have, but I am frustrated because it often crashes my computer.

So that's just a thought It is one of my top games. Most levels have a variety of items. By the way, can't we have some new music for the game itself? I've been patiently waiting for the next Clutter game and I'm not disappointed one bit. If you've played one of these, you've played them all so don't waste your money. 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. Joe periodically comes in and tweaks a few puzzles. In spite of this, I love the game so much and play it a lot. Luckily now one can go to the selection page and skip the lot. A for-sure buy for me -- I know I'll have hours and hours of fun. Not my cup of tea. I highly recommend this to anyone who likes a good junkpile challenge. This is all of them all one rolled up in one.

10 thoughts on “Clutter VI: Leighs Story

  1. I have had this game for a few months. A for-sure buy for me -- I know I'll have hours and hours of fun. I can choose the minigame based on how I feel. Some levels are matching beautiful old coin mixtures or exquisitely decorated eggs.

  2. Instead of showing dots for how often something was played, rather show the best time. If you liked any of the previous games, I'm sure you'll love this one! I can choose the minigame based on how I feel.

  3. There I games I play for distraction. There are fun puzzles in-between the matching. No pressure, no monsters, no purple smoke, no royalty in distress just simple matching and other activities. This game is just plain entertaining. This one is specifically good and am I ever glad to see the end of the bricks everywhere and to be able to turn the totally annoying treadmill noise, clapping and other ongoing interruptions off ; Visually definitely another step in the right direction.

  4. I have played all of the Clutters and almost didn't try this because of the last one, but I'm glad I did. There are games I play to test myself. And why is that selection screen animated? They are relaxing but challenging and they are super fun!

  5. It is one of my top games. Joe periodically comes in and tweaks a few puzzles. Though I don't usually pay much attention to the story on games I usually just click through those screens , this story was engaging. Then there are games I play to unwind and turn my mind off. Clutter is back!!!

  6. 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. I do not listen to the music while playing games so that is something I cannot review. I've bought the previous Clutters so bought this one as soon as I saw the title. So many levels.

  7. Was just planning to try it and buy later but played the trial till it ran out which is unusual for me so since its Bonus Punch Monday I happily bought it and immediately started playing from where I was interrupted [again, unusual for me since I always re-start with a new profile ] : I like the many options available and it it nice to see new objects in the scenes and new variances to the game : My Clutter games cost me greatly by forcing me to continue playing instead of getting my chores done ; If you like hidden object and search and find games you may very well get addicted to this : I recommend you try it and see how you like it : Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Talidog from YEAH!!!! It was so fun! Yes, I realize we can always replay or skip ahead past a board we don't like, but it might also be fun to just keep trying the same board to see how long it takes us to finally get it!

  8. Just want to play the game. There I games I play for distraction. 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. So many levels.

  9. If you like any of the previous Clutter games, you're gonna love this one too! Not too hard, though some are harder than others. I've bought the previous Clutters so bought this one as soon as I saw the title. There are fun puzzles in-between the matching.

  10. I cannot handle the "close count" levels my brain just doesn't work that way and I am looking for look-alikes, after all, that's what it's all about so those are skips for me also. So many levels. No pressure, no monsters, no purple smoke, no royalty in distress just simple matching and other activities.

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