- Also Known As
- 51 Worldwide Games
- Number of Players
- Board Game, Party, Puzzle
- Release Date
- 5th Jun 2020, $39.99
- 5th Jun 2020
- Clubhouse Games
Review Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics - You Won't Get 'Board' Of These Games Easily
Warning: things get a bit dicey
With much of the world still in some form of lockdown at the time of writing this review, many have resorted to board games or playing cards to keep themselves occupied and help while away the hours. It could be argued, then, that Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (or 51 Worldwide Games
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Kick back and enjoy
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About The Game
>Discover and play 51 tabletop games from around the world!
Play and discover 51 board games, tabletop games, and more all in one package - Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. This diverse collection includes games from all over the world across multiple genres, from familiar favorites like Chess to international hits like Mancala that have been around for 100s of years!
Enjoy familiar favorites and learn hidden gems from around the world in this collection of 51 board games, tabletop games and more! Whether you like to sit and strategize or rely on reflexes, Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics contains games from across an array of genres for you to play and discover. Each game is presented with stunning detail as dice clack, marbles glimmer, and chess pieces tumble off the board when it’s jostled.
You can brush up on your skills or learn a new game through helpful in-game tutorials, assist features, and even an Undo button in certain games. Strategic players will feel right at home with games like Four-in-a-row and Renegade, while those who prefer to use their reflexes can enjoy games like Slot Cars and Toy Boxing!
Bring all 51 games on the go in handheld mode or play on the big screen for your next game night. Gather some friends and line up multiple Nintendo Switch systems in tabletop mode for Mosaic Mode, which allows the action to spread across up to four screens in certain games! In this mode you can build dozens of Slot Cars racetracks or turn a pond into a river for more fishing fun.
Pass a Joy-Con to a friend to play on a single system or connect to the internet and play with friends or anyone around the world. If you want some solo practice, multiple difficulty levels of CPU opponents make for tough competition. Each time you play a game, you’ll unlock pieces of trivia filled with fun facts, bits of history, and more!
In the free supplementary software available on Nintendo eShop, connect with someone who has the full game to play all games that support Local Play! With board games, card games, sports, solitaires, and even a piano keyboard, Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics is an eclectic collection of games to play and discover on your Nintendo Switch system.
- Enjoy 51 tabletop games and more from all over the world from the convenience of your Nintendo Switch system
- Play your favorite games or explore and learn new ones
- Play alone or with friends locally and online up to four players
Can't believe they brought THIS back, not that I'm complaining
Those graphics... now THAT is how you remake a classic minigame collection.
This is a HUGE compilation but I can believe the price they are asking for. I mean, this is all games we can have on Play Store for android or other system ... for free. I know they put effort to develop a collection and a software around. But there are more ambitious indy games that are selling for half of the price. My two cents...
I believe this game will have that little bit of Nintendo charm in it. These will be games that we COULD get for free on android, but nobody ever does, and they'll be presented in their most comfortable and polished forms on Switch. Even Nintendo games I'm disappointed with, like 1-2 Switch, are often super polished and give me some good entertainment, and I expect this to be no different.
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