Genre: Hidden Object
I can be a sucker for casual object games. They are a good thing to do when I’m trying to keep my mind occupied and often let me go into deep thought. It’s a lot like mowing the yard or listening to music – it keeps the noisy part of my mind occupied so another part can work on some more complex things.
One of these such games is Clutter. It’s a PC game and I found it on iwin.com. They have tons of casual games on that site and this is one of my favorites. It’s a hidden object game, but not in the strict sense. It’s almost more of a matching game. You have to find matches, sometimes two, sometimes three at a time. The game gives you different goals or modes. Sometimes the images are all in black and white or perhaps split in half. They also have mini-games scattered throughout to break up the game a bit.
There are five different Clutter games and I’ve played them each through a few times, some more than others. Clutter 1, 2 and 5 are my favorites. I have spent many, many hours playing. I was actually just playing Clutter 5 when I had the idea to write this post.
If you like hidden object or matching games, check this one out. It can be challenging and fun!