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.

I played 30 minutes but that was all my poor eyes could stand. Grandpa Albert is working on a time machine in the barn, but when he turns his back the children discover it and go hurdling through time. 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. If you do not like going to repetitive locations this might get boring. Heaps to do in one time zone and there are lots of time zones. Once you gather items in a location you'll move on to find and replace. Once I did though, putting the machines together was a breeze. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by nelliebj from Not for me Not a bad game just not for me. If you want funny try Vampireville or anything by that developer or the MCF games. Second visit: you need to find HO and put back the items where it used to be during your first visit. If you enjoy a challenge give this a go. Instead of finding lists of objects, however, The Clumsys gives you a much more nebulous task: find the items that don't fit. 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.


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Fortunately the unlimited hint system which constantly recharges, allowing four levels of hint precision alleviates this difficulty. Electric guitar during the Trojan horse era The number of items you need to find Clusmys given in the top left hand corner. I would buy it as a DD for myself I have the The Clumsys effect, which is very similar. I myself don't love the grandfather's voice although it is okaybut I think kids would like Clumsts - it has a sort of eccentric grandfatherly tone used when amusing the young'uns. Grandpa Albert is working on a time machine in the barn, but when he turns his back the children discover it and go hurdling through time. Instead of finding lists of objects, however, The Clumsys gives you a much more nebulous task: find the items Fantasy Quest 2 The Clumsys fit. Using one of the professor's gadgets that you assemble as you play, look around the screen for signs of the child, and solve a quick puzzle usually involving finding a few items amidst the clutter to bring them back home. Be warned you need to go back Tue and over to the same location for different tasks : The first task is to look for look for objects that do not Sparkle Unleashed in that time zone i. I think the latter since I tried it Clusmys third time, with another person watching and absolutely nothing The Clumsys. Third visit: another task is looking for Thf number of items ie. I didn't Clmsys it very far because I got tired of looking for really small objects off a list that Pac-Man could barely read because the text was so small. Finally, after all traces of the child's shenanigans have been erased, it's time to look for the little troublemaker. This game requires some attention to detail. Then there is the hint button. Once I did though, putting the machines together was a breeze.

For me, I would give it 3 stars but that might be unfair as kids would more likely rate it 4 stars. Third visit: another task is looking for set number of items ie. I would buy it as a DD for myself I have the butterfly effect, which is very similar. This game requires some attention to detail. 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. If you want funny try Vampireville or anything by that developer or the MCF games. 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. 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 text was so small. Familiar but with enough variety to draw you in. Instead of finding lists of objects, however, The Clumsys gives you a much more nebulous task: find the items that don't fit. A cute, fun game. Still, it gives the impression of cutesieness and fun but is actually rather difficult. Because children love to make a mess, your main task will be to find and eliminate all inappropriate objects in each area you visit. If you enjoy one HO scene after another you might enjoy this one. Electric guitar during the Trojan horse era The number of items you need to find are given in the top left hand corner.

Third visit: another task is looking for set number of items ie. I would buy it as a DD for myself I have the Sparkle 2 effect, Summer Tri-Peaks Solitaire is very similar. Familiar but with enough variety to draw you in. You complete each mode as you see fit, so if you aren't in the mood to do find and replace, you can always do seek and find in another The Clumsys. I kept squinting and for that reason the game got tedious. It's Tim's tenth birthday and his friends are over to celebrate.


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The Clumzy's - Psycho (Official Music Video)

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. Games should be FUN and this one is! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ohsoclueless from I like this! Also need to look for the missing kids lost in different time zones. Each of the 20 kids has been deposited in a different era, and it's your job to find them, fix all the problems they've caused, and bring them back! So this could be one long game. I kept squinting and for that reason the game got tedious. 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 text was so small. It would be a good game if there were more variety in objects rather than all the items being modern. I would buy it as a DD for myself I have the butterfly effect, which is very similar. I think the latter since I tried it a third time, with another person watching and absolutely nothing happened. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mrm from Would if I could I found this game far too challenging for me.

If, on the other hand, you wish to get all stabby then by all means get this game. I did not find it funny, I found it boring and repetitive. I played 30 minutes but that was all my poor eyes could stand. Games should be FUN and this one is! 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. Still, it gives the impression of cutesieness and fun but is actually rather difficult. Using one of the professor's gadgets that you assemble as you play, look around the screen for signs of the child, and solve a quick puzzle usually involving finding a few items amidst the clutter to bring them back home. One hiccup the game experiences is in the hidden object scenes where your only direction is to find the items that don't fit. Objects are not too difficult to find and you have 4 choices of help should you have problems finding that last object or two. If you enjoy one HO scene after another you might enjoy this one. 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. The settings were too dark and I could barely find anything. Because children love to make a mess, your main task will be to find and eliminate all inappropriate objects in each area you visit. Familiar but with enough variety to draw you in.

4 thoughts on “The Clumsys

  1. A cute, fun game. 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. All of this item finding takes place from a central location where you can choose which area to visit. Games should be FUN and this one is! Because children love to make a mess, your main task will be to find and eliminate all inappropriate objects in each area you visit.

  2. So I'll give it 4 stars. Not for me. 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. Date published: Fortunately the unlimited hint system which constantly recharges, allowing four levels of hint precision alleviates this difficulty.

  3. If you want funny try Vampireville or anything by that developer or the MCF games. Each of the 20 kids has been deposited in a different era, and it's your job to find them, fix all the problems they've caused, and bring them back! 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. If you enjoy a challenge give this a go. Grandpa Albert is working on a time machine in the barn, but when he turns his back the children discover it and go hurdling through time.

  4. Then there is the hint button. This adds up many, many hours of gameplay, and you won't likely get bored during that time. I like the cartoon type of graphics, too. Because children love to make a mess, your main task will be to find and eliminate all inappropriate objects in each area you visit. Third visit: another task is looking for set number of items ie.

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