There’s something that draws you to a good game, be it board, card or pencil and paper. 51 Worldwide Games presents high quality, faithful renditions of both classics and lesser known games, providing challenge and enjoyment in equal measure.
51 games of varying levels of audience, I thought it was just various casino/card games for adults but there were also games for kids, pretty wholesome I would say.
The games looks good, I haven't even played all of them yet, there are AI to play with but it's more fun to play it with somebody.
Another great thing about it is if you have multiple nintendo switch nearby, you don't need to buy the full game for each of them, you just need to download the free Clubhouse Games Guest Pass on the other switch, and you can play with wirelessly, that is really cool because it has those co-op touch screen puzzle games aside from the other games if offers.
51 Worldwide Games is an excellent collection that lives up to its name, which includes fifty-one games from all over the world: although most of them come from Europe or Asia, some of them are typical of Africa and South America. The latest Nintendo game proves to be an excellent pastime both for those who want to tackle each game alone, and for those who love to have fun in the company of friends and family.
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics is a solid compilation of some fantastic games. No, not all of them are winners, but the vast majority are engaging simple versions of the best tabletop games around. Though the single-player experience might be slightly lacking, Clubhouse Games is undoubtedly one of the best local multiplayer experiences on the Switch.
An impressive classic game compilation, fun and easy to play (either in TV mode with a Pro controller, touch screen or with joy-con motion controllers) that lacks depth, but still can be great in multiplayer.
Clubhouse Games looks good but lacks any real substance beyond its large catalog of games, many of which offer little more than the most basic of strategies. It's as if Nintendo decided to collect free games put out for Windows 98 and then give them an HD render, offering some idle amusement. Once Clubhouse Games gets discounted (and I'm sure that it won't be long), it might be worth the price tag, but I wouldn't invest in a full-price version right out of the gate.
The darts game is really good, highly recommend everyone gives it a go. With this package you will not need to keep things (and lose them) all over the house such as chess or draughts boards, or even playing cards. Best of all , you can play everything online!
Fun multiplayer! This is really great for co-op. It could be the ultimate party game collection if the games had more different backgrounds, designs, etc. Some of them just feel very low effort. I also like the personalities of the little characters, but I would have loved if they were actually animated characters. Not just figures. Would have given the game more charme.
SummaryPlay 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!
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