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Game Giveaway of the day — Clutter VI Leigh's Story

The best Clutter yet by far!
$9.99 EXPIRED
User rating: 23 (92%) 2 (8%) 20 comments

Clutter VI Leigh's Story was available as a giveaway on September 18, 2021!

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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.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ 7/ 8/ 10; CPU: 800 Mhz; RAM: 256 MB; DirectX: 9.0; Hard Drive: 401 MB

Publisher:

ToomkyGames

Homepage:

https://www.bigfishgames.com/games/11625/clutter-vi-leighs-story/

File Size:

371 MB

Price:

$9.99

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#12

I've loved playing all the "Clutter" games for years. They're ALL fun (some more than others), but it's even better when you can get one for free like this!

Reply   |   Comment by M. Aronson  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#13

Great! The Download works again!
Thanks a bunch! Pity for the game yesterday...
Keep up the good work.

Reply   |   Comment by Oooops! Page worked agian  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#11

Not able to play game. It causes the mouse cursor fly off screen when first started, never to be seen again.
Mouse cursor stops functioning while the game is displayed.
Can use Ctrl & Esc to bring up other windows which still function normally with the mouse.
Tried a couple things, none helped. Will uninstall tomorrow.

Reply   |   Comment by BobbyA  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

BobbyA,

Hi Bobby, have you tried compatibility settings?

jb posted a comment about it. Also check the link to the FAQ's thread over in the forums that I posted in my reply to Galen. If you are able to get to the options menu, it may be possible to fix the issue by unchecking the full screen button so that it plays in a window; (I know you say it disappears immediately, so it may not be possible)

I've looked for the configuration file, where all the games loading features will be coded, but couldn't find it (I've only made a cursory look see). If you could find that in the installed games folder, you should be able to edit it so that the game would open directly to a window. Often mouse issues have been fixed by doing this. Another way would be to change the screen resolution temporarily while you play the game. I know it's a faff, but this is one of the better games given away here. Finally, if you cannot get this version to work, perhaps consider looking for a free copy elsewhere. There are several free games sites so there's a chance one of them may also host this. I've not had time to check as I've been really busy today.

If you do manage to fix the issue, please do post the fix in the FAQ's thread. Thank you.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#10

I'm a fan. I have all the earlier Clutter games and was surprised and happy to see today's giveaway. I appreciate the clearer graphics in this one, and there is a nice mix of old familiar items along with new ones. I haven't finished the whole game yet, but so far have no nitpicks. I do have some about the earlier ones, though. Haha.

Thanks so much for this nice, fun game.

I think Sky is High.

Reply   |   Comment by Kelltic  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#9

I didn't get a cursor when I start the game, so I couldn't even click the first OK to get to the menu. I had to run in compatibility mode to get it to work. I checked both of the High DPI boxes.

Reply   |   Comment by jb  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#8

[star ratings on scale of 1-5:]
fun 4
visual/sound 4
challenge 3
storyline 5
user experience 4
overall 4

I was going to give this a pass. It looked as if it would traumatize me because of the mess that is my home. But it turns out to be a cute game ... more fun and interesting than I'd expected.

I've played several levels, including the exact matches, close matches, and a couple of puzzles where you rearrange the image. The hidden object scenes are not like the junk heaps in some games. More like the match game Concentration with some twists, like matching similar objects (rather than exact matches) or matching two halves of an object. I found the similar objects to be liberating, because you don't have to match exact items, but also frustrating because it's not always clear why objects are considered similar or dissimilar.

This is challenging for my eyes. I'm not ashamed to use the hint button! On some levels there's something like a stop watch. I could tell it was trying to put the pressure on, so I tried to ignore it. Which is why I'm not sure what it was. :)

I like the interface: tooltips, helpful popups, and a HUD with more to it than I've had time to explore. In the options, you can turn on unlimited hints (yes!) and enable resuming the game (also, yes! I live a life of interruptions).

Some things are unclear, though. I exited out and and when I returned wasn't sure how to get back where I left off. Not sure that I did manage to because after three hidden object scenes, the story hasn't resumed.

Even though it's challenging, this is something I can play while doing something else like talking on the phone, but not when I'm too tired.

The underlying storyline reveals the developer to be endearingly self-effacing. I like this aspect of the game, and it makes me want to support his efforts.

I recommend checking it out.

(System info: Win7 Pro 64-bit, 32GB RAM, i7-6700HQ, GTX 970M, 1920 x 1080 resolution)

Reply   |   Comment by tinyearl  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)

tinyearl, awesome review! Your’s is so much better than White Rabbit’s

Reply   |   Comment by Sue  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)

tinyearl,

Hi tinyearl, thank you for posting such an excellent review of todays clutter game; very much appreciated.

It would be nice to see more from you in future. :)

regards Whiterabbit

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

Thanks, Whiterabbit! Just having some fun and offering a contribution to say thanks for all you do!

Reply   |   Comment by tinyearl  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

tinyearl,

It's nice to see someone else posting useful reviews.

There used to be several community members going back to around 2007 - 8 that posted reviews and over the years there has been the occasional community member who had lent a hand for short periods.

My first reviews were more like slightly longer comments with short descriptions of how I found the game; starting right from the first day the game site opened I think on the 9th Dec 2006; prior to that each week we saw a couple of games being posted on the main applications site. Within six months of the game site starting I was writing full reviews; back then I had a lot more time on my hands and all my reviews were totally original. By the Easter of 2008 following the financial crisis, it became really difficult for the giveaway team to find contributors ( a lot had gone bankrupt) so they went to weekends only. By this time, I'd been given access to the admin panel because I was constantly asking the moderator to edit my reviews because of spelling mistakes, typo's and grammatical errors.

Around February 2008, I was able to edit my reviews properly. Because they gave me access to the admin panel I was also able to download and usually register any game (no longer possible to register them until the official start since they changed the giveaway look several years ago) before they were available to the community and was able to post reviews before they went live. At the same time I volunteered to moderate both the comment section and the giveaway forums as a thank you for allowing me access to the admin panel.

I can't believe I've been doing it for so long (almost 15 years). Around 2012 onwards I started to reference reviews by other reviewers rather than write a full review myself. I'd still post my own conclusion (most of the time). This took a lot of pressure off me as I found I was spending more and more time on each review; sometimes it would take me several hours to complete a review, basically taking up more than half a day for both weekend games. It's the reason why I started referencing reviews by others; especially if I agreed with the reviewers comments as I couldn't see the point in spending so much time writing up my own thoughts when I agreed with the reviews I'd started to post; especially as I have always worked here voluntarily.

I still do write my own reviews; all of the mid week reviews are my own (though with some of the games eg the jigsaw puzzles by BDGames and the 20+ first person one level arena shooters by the developer Jurij). Basically for those I only needed to copy the previous review and then change the name of the game as well as a few details because all of the games were basically the same apart from the jigsaw images or the shooters environments. That said, if the giveaway was one of my favourite genres, for example Tower Defense, Physics based games, Breakouts and Space Shooters, I'd usually write the review from scratch myself, unless I was really really busy. :) p.s. I only meant to post the first few lines above, lol.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#7

I love the Clutter series. It's creative, original, and Leigh's Story is enchanting. I like that I can choose from all levels or just the ones I've marked as faves. My eyes don't even mind the chaos. My wrist, however, is another story. I had to stop playing timed clutter games after developing cubital tunnel syndrome (like carpal but different nerve). I've recovered now with the help of nerve gliding exercises, and still play untimed levels occasionally, but I will have to save the timed Clutter games for my next laptop, assuming it has a touchscreen.

Reply   |   Comment by Bebop17  –  29 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#6

I find this game to be a nice twist on HOGs. I can only play for so long - and I did deactivate the timer!! However, I keep going back to it after a bit. I tend to like games I can "relax" with!
It downloaded and installed just fine on my desktop running Windows 10. However, when I installed it on my laptop running Windows 10, the cursor would not show up (a brief glimpse of it and then poof - it was gone). I would have to do the 3-finger salute to get to my task manager to close it out. Don't know what's up with that. I may explore further and try to get it going on my laptop or I may just delete it because it's fine on my desktop.

Reply   |   Comment by granny483  –  29 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#5

I got this a few weeks ago, finished it then continued playing through the control panel. I found the game graphics a little clunky and not everything is explained so you have to click around and experiment. Example is that I did not know that there was a control panel until after I finished the game and happened to click on the banner. I play this every day and am at 371 of 600.
I only played the Box Quotes once and I don't know how to get to them. If you know, please share.

Reply   |   Comment by Roookii  –  29 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#4

My mouse doesn't work with this game? Any suggestions?

Reply   |   Comment by Galen Brookins  –  29 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Galen Brookins,

Hi Galen, see jb's comment about going into compatibility mode.

Right click on the games exe or shortcut, select properties from the drop down menu, then click on the compatibility tab and select both of the High DPI boxes It worked for jb. Failing that, check the FAQ's thread over in the forums:

https://www.giveawayoftheday.com/forums/topic/11647

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#3

Fun game so far. I'm not a big game player, but this is fun.

Reply   |   Comment by Jimmy Moon  –  29 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#2

I thought clutter was for houses! No seriously! In all fairness this is the first experience I have had with this genre aside from the hidden object games and I'm quite pleased with a change of page from the original HO type of game. I'm in agreement though that after awhile it gets on your eyes. But it is addicting. It reminds me of some of the games I played on those touch screen games in the bar where you have to tap to find something.

Reply   |   Comment by sailorbear510  –  29 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#1

If you are having issues with the mouse pointer with this game please read the comments below for some suggestions about how to possibly fix the issue; thank you.
Clutter VI: Leigh's Story:
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In Brief:
Clutter VI: Leigh's Story is a Hidden Object Clutter game with several modes of play eg, Head To Head, Clutter Chaos and Twos & Threes box puzzle game with randomly generated levels. It's the sixth i n a series of nine clutter games (Clutter, Clutter II: He Said, She Said, Clutter 3: Who is The Void?, Clutter IV: Minigame Madness Tour, Clutter V: Welcome to Clutterville, Clutter VI: Leigh's Story, Clutter Infinity: Joe's Ultimate Quest, Clutter 1000 and Clutter IX: Clutter IXtreme). This is the first time Clutter VI Leigh's Story has been given away here.

You can see several videos of game play HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.
Introduction:
The best Clutter yet by far. With Leigh's Story, the Clutter series has risen to a whole new level. For the first time, there is a compelling story with gameplay to match. Additionally, many new Clutter styles of play have been added, including, "Head To Head", "Clutter Chaos" and "Twos & Threes". There is truly something here for everyone. All your old favourites are back as well and there are more Clutter 100 levels in Leigh's Story, than ever before.

Features:
Over 500 New Objects
Over 800 Levels
Over 20 hours of Gameplay
75+ Picture Puzzles, 75+ Box Quotes
Puzzles Randomly generated levels provide hours and hours of re-playability

Reference accessed HERE, 7th September 2021.
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The Game:
Staying true to its name, the hidden object scenes in Clutter VI are very cluttered. Besides, the objects in these scenes are also very random; ranging from electronic appliances and clothing items to fruits and toys and more. Each hidden object scene takes on a different mode, and the variety of these hidden object modes is actually astounding. Some are more traditional; like Match Two and Three On A Match. Many are fairly creative; Black and White, Head To Head, and Ups and Downs for example. Few are downright challenging; Clutter Chaos and Clutter Lines are what come to mind.


Due to all these different variations, Clutter VI: Leigh’s Story never really gets boring, regardless of the repetitive nature of the game. To mix things up even more, there are also fun puzzles to solve in between the hidden object levels. Despite all the good stuff said about the game, Clutter VI: Leigh’s Story does get frustrating at times. Since items are so cluttered on the scree, the game does take its toll on the eye after a while.
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As mentioned, Clutter VI: Leigh’s Story is not one of those big budget games. The graphics in this game are very old-school, with realistic shots of everyday items and whatnot. Somehow this visual style suits the game well and doesn’t feel out of place in the slightest.

The average time it took us to complete each level is approximately 7-8 minutes, and with over 100 levels and mini-puzzles – Clutter VI: Leigh’s Story is satisfyingly long. Not to mention that the levels are randomly generated so the re-playability is through the roof with this one.

Reviews accessed HERE 17th September 2021. Originally posted by All About Casual Games November 8th 2016.


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Notes on Security

I scanned a zipped copy of the installed game using Virus Total and it found 2 hit/s (Jiangmin & BitDefenderTheta) from 54 antimalware engines. (Jiangmin & BitDefenderTheta) are one of only several that often tag Falcoware games from all the others; most of which are better known and more reliable, but the other 52 antimalware engines found the installed game safe, so it's almost certainly a false positive.

The downloaded executable may include some low level adware that only opens your browser to Falcoware's home page after the game has installed and places four shortcuts onto your desktop (which can be safely deleted once the game has installed).

The installation does NOT inject any malware into your system. When your browser is opened to Falcoware's home page following the games installation, it earns Falcoware games some money, part of which is given to the developer of the game for allowing the game to be given away free. Once you've installed the game, there are no more browser redirections. This is because Falcoware removed their installer over a year ago (that installer would show an advert for a game and then open your browser each time you played and then closed the game down.)

You can see the results of the scan via the following link:


https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/3eb556b929b1d4787b630eafcf8a158531ea3ab6363580ac508ebb5491946da5


Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)

Whiterabbit-uk,

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Fron Thursday 23rd September 4pm UK/11am EST, the next freebie will unlock called The Escapists - a unique prison sandbox experience with lots of items to craft and combine in your daring quest for freedom. Life in prison will keep you on your toes with the strict rules that you’ll have to break. The guards are out to stop any escape attempts, so you’ll have to avoid suspicious behaviour by attending roll calls, working a prison job and hiding your stolen craftables.


Indie Gala have added more games to their showcase section HERE, e.g. Crazy Space Pirate, Marvin the Hatter, Pirate Codex, DreamTime, Project Restart, A Maze In Opportunity, Mirage Online Classic, In the world unknown, Dissociation, The little witch Edwina, Hard Place and another Leisure Suit Larry adventure. All but volume 7 have now been removed from the free section, but if you grabbed them while they were still in the freebie section, you'll still find them in your Indie Gala library, where you can download DRM free copies of them.

You can usually find links to Steam and non Steam freebies via Delenn's threads over in the forums HERE (non-Steam) and HERE (Steam). (thanks for keeping these threads updated frequently Delenn, it's really appreciated by me and I'm sure other community members.

The latest Humble Choice bundle went live on the first Tuesday of the month; If you have the original subscription before it changed from the Humble Monthly to the Humble Choice bundle you get 12 games plus a DRM free arcade game called Sluggish Morss Pattern Circus and access to all the games in the Humble Trove while your subscription is live. The Humble Trove includes around 75+ titles. The DRM free titles you can download and keep forever. The other games in the Trove can be downloaded and played while your subscription is live. If you suspend a month you lose access to those games for that month. They are adding games to the Trove virtually every month. Here's just a few examples of what's included in the Trove. Race the Sun: Challenge Edition, Zodiac II, Volantia: Kingdom in the Sky, Shady Knight, 20 minute Metropolis, Keyboard Sports, When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (this is £14.99 on Steam, you get the DRM free copy, so can still play it if you suspend your subscription). Also includes Valhalla Hills (another Steam game worth £7.99, but you get the DRM free version), Broken Sword 5, Runestone Keeper, Bomber Crew, (another DRM free copy that is £14.99 on Steam), Drawkanoid (£3.99 on Steam), Actually quite a few of the games in the Trove are also on Steam, but you always get the DRM free version.

There are different subscriptions available, details of which you can find HERE.

If you subscribe, it doesn't tie you in to buy every monthly choice bundle. If you find the latest bundle isn't for you, just go to your account page and suspend that month. This has to be done for each months bundle if you don't want them before your subscription is due for that month. Apart from the amazing bargains found with these choice bundles; there is always at least one or two premium AAA games, plus several other AAA and high level indie arcade games included in each bundle.

This months bundle would set you back £211.68 (approx' $290) if you purchased all of the games and includes PGA Tour 2K21 (£49.99), Neon Abyss (£15.99), Not For Broadcast (£19.49}, RÖKI (£19.49), Narita Boy (£19.99), West of Dead (£15.49), Atomicrops (£11.39), Heaven's Vault (£19.99), Swag and Sorcery (£9.99), Fort Triumph (£15.49), Orwell: Ignorance is Strength (£7.19) and Framed Collection (£7.19). For me, just the cost of Swag & Sorcery takes care of the cost of the whole bundle (it cost me £8.72 for the bundle) so I'm very pleased with this months choice, especially as several were on my wish list. The last one I already had, so gave it to a friend.

The extra game is a weird graphic oriented game on the lines of those Amanita Design games such as Samorost 1 (free on Steam) and Samorost 2, Machinarium and Rocket man, but is much more psychedelic and wacky. (If you get the bundle make sure you turn down the volume when playing Sluggish Morss Pattern Circus as it's rather jarring in places, but fits the game.

If you come across any games that are worth downloading, please do post details and links in Delenn's threads HERE (non-Steam) and HERE (Steam). Thank you in advance.

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