Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (or 51 Worldwide Games as it's known in Europe) arrived on the Nintendo Switch yesterday and like most other first-party titles, it's been patched on release.
Nintendo has now shared the full details about Version 1.1.0 and Version 1.1.1 on its official support page:
Ver. 1.1.0 (Released June 5, 2020)
- By connecting to the internet, you now have two options: Play with Friends or Play with Anyone.
- You can now use the voice chat feature in the Nintendo Switch Online voice app in Play with Friends.
- Other players’ figures from around the world will be displayed on the Guide Globe, and you can view things like their recommended games and recent records.
- Fixed a bug that caused the order of play and the game board to be switched when resuming a game of Chess or Shogi that was started in single-player mode with the setting "First Move: Random."
- Fixed a bug that caused the game to freeze when resuming a game of Darts that was started in single-player mode with the setting "First Move: Random."
- Fixed several other issues to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.
Ver. 1.1.1 (Released June 5, 2020)
- Fixed an issue that occurred when playing Riichi Mahjong in either Local or Online Play. This issue caused the software to close if one player selected “Pon” and another player selected “Chi,” depending on which was selected first.
- Fixed an issue that occurred when playing Riichi Mahjong in Play with Anyone. If a player completed a Double Twin Runs hand, this issue caused the Sevens Pairs hand to be prioritized instead.
- Fixed an issue that occurred when playing Shogi or Mini Shogi in Play with Anyone. After selecting “No” in response to the “Promote?” prompt, this issue prevented the game from progressing if the next player didn’t take any action within a given amount of time.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the game from progressing if certain steps were performed in the “Learn a Game!” module for Shogi.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the game from progressing if certain steps were performed when playing Riichi Mahjong or Nine Men’s Morris in Play with Anyone.
- Fixed several other issues to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.
If you haven't actually bought the game yet, and are still unsure if it's right for you - you can always try out the free version. This will give you access to four games, mosaic mode and local multiplayer.
Have you updated your own copy to the latest version yet? Noticed anything else? Comment below.
Its brilliant, Darts is my fav.
Shame you cant change name of player 2/3/4 and high scores are only recorded in solo play.
Played a tonne of this yesterday. Hit and Blow was a really pleasant surprise, and Toy Curling is very addictive. Couldn't get to grips with bowling - controls are different to the Wii Sports equivalent which threw me off. Loads I haven't tried yet. The whole package is terrific value.
I wish the online worked better. Even just trying to play something like Hanafuda is really laggy and sluggish for me which doesn't make it unplayable but a lot less enjoyable. Mainly just stick to playing against the AI as a result.
@Milton_Burle I'm with you on the bowling. Tried for a few minutes and was struggling to even throw the ball with the motion controls, haha. Then tried the touch screen controls and couldn't really get a good handle on those either so I just gave up and switched to a different game.
@BenAV I think if I hadn't played a tonne of Wii Sports bowling I'd have fared a lot better. My brain expects to grip and (crucially) let go of the trigger button when I pick it up/release the ball.
Hope they update some of the games with a few extra options. Toy soccer, for example, has a time limit of a couple minutes, which is only enough time for each player to score a couple points. Games like air hockey can be played as "first to 10 points," so I don't understand its omission here. Would make the game (and Tanks, as well) leagues better. I'm still really enjoying the package, though. There's a lot or fun to be had here.
@Patendo you cant even play darts in 3 players. There's only 3 options, blackjack, ludo and chinese checkers. Really disappointing, there's no reason why golf, bowling and darts couldnt be more players.
@Big_Fudge darts is normally a 2 player game but would have loved 3/4.
I can't see them changing it which is a pity for golf/bowling.
But my wife and I are loving it, ludo is very addictive and yahtzee is a blast.
@RickD i don't think it was rushed, just the game developers followed their visions for each. But I'm of the same opinion as you its fantastic entertainment
@Patendo Yea I love yahtzee, but again it's the sort of game I'd play in a group rather than with two. Seems to easy to include it
@Big_Fudge lets up for an update, I agree it doesnt seem too hard to implement and is a real shame for larger groups
Played this badboy at lunch break with my co workers yesterday and had a blast! Very fun game to pick up and play a few rounds.
We played it quite a bit yesterday. Only issues we had was while using the free app and local play it disconnected twice in 4 games. We then swapped to online and it disconnected once in 15 games. Maybe not an issue with the game but frustrating. We all enjoyed the game.
My only complaint other than a few dud games is the lack of local multiplayer. Hopefully they will adjust that in the future. It is pretty silly to limit the selection to 3 games for 3 players. I am really enjoying this game in 1p and 2p, though!
This is made by NDcube which includes former Hudson Soft staff, the ones responsible for Mario Party. Surely they could make this game more party-centric.
The online lags sooooo much from my experience. A single game of blackjack takes ages to finish. I love playing it local or single-player tho so not much else to complain about.
It is Mario Maker 2 laggy?
Also, isn't it odd that we keep on getting 2 launch day updates instead of 1, first it's XC:DE, now it's Clubhouse Games?
This game could have been a fantastic party game. I bought it for that, because I often play these kind of games with a group of friends.
But only three games available for 3 players, and two games available for 4 players. That's a joke, Nintendo!
The king of couch multiplayer really let us down with this one. Although I really like many of the games, and they play fantastic with two players, the limitations are just to many for a group of players. I have to return this.
It's a real shame. This could easily have been the "Wii Sports / Resort" I was looking for on the Switch. Such a let down, because I really like the game otherwise
I don't care for online gaming at all. I am an old school social couch multiplayer gamer, and never thought Nintendo would let me down like this.
This seems more like a design choice that Sony or MS would have made, because online multiplayer is there main focus with these kind of games.
@ACNHislit More like "2-bars wifi match in Smash Bros" laggy
There are a lot of lag and connection error in online multiplayer with anyone mode. My connection is fine. It is a shame that I cannot play a turn based card game lag-free in a game I payed €40 for. I hope this issue won't be swept under the rug, like in Mario Maker 2
Why is there not 4 player support for games like bowling?
@Lemonyoshi Because classic Nintendo...
It's a great game. I played 1 hour in online without any problem
Bought the kids a switch each earlyer in the year. No complaints from me about how many games work.
I wish they would patch in support for Pro Controllers. As it is, you can only use them when playing by yourself. That seems like a weird limitation. I should be able to play with 3 or 4 people with 2 pro controllers and a set of JoyCons.
table games that are available for free on any smartphone are being sold by Nintendo for Switch for 40 bucks? Nice business they have.
51 reasons to put this game back in the bargain bin 🤦♂️
Sorry, but nothing is "free" on a smartphone!
I rather pay a decent amount upfront for quality software, than getting bombarded with commercials and advertisement, like in those "free" games you are referring to.
Also, Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics represents top quality versions of those table games, and that is also hard to find on App Store or Google Play.
Although these are simple games by nature, it still takes a lot of time and commitment to develop quality versions of all 51. They are all different and unique games, with their own play style, boards and rules.
Clubhouse Games disappoints when it comes to the amount of supported 3 / 4 player games. That's a real shame, but it's still a really polished and fine game collection.
Why does this game have a different name in Europe?
Is the word Clubhouse copyright protected or something?
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