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Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Hits Switch on June 5, 2020


Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics will be available, well, worldwide on Nintendo Switch on June 5, 2020. It will retail for $39.99 in America and 4,378 yen in Japan and is available for pre-purchase now. A follow-up to the hit Nintendo DS release, this new Clubhouse Games release features adaptations of card, board and other miscellaneous real-world games with wireless and, in some cases, online play.

As the title suggests, this entry features 51 different games, including favorites from the DS entry like President and more toy-like ones like Slot Cars. Fans of Wii Sports and Wii Play may find some familiar sights in the collection this time, like Bowling and Battle Tanks. Check out screenshots of some of the games below, or watch the full breakdown of each game in Nintendo’s video. All 51 games are there!

Here’s the full list of games included in the collection:

  1. Mancala
  2. Hanafuda
  3. Backgammon
  4. Renegade
  5. Checkers
  6. President
  7. Dominoes
  8. Speed
  9. Hare and Hounds
  10. Blackjack
  11. Four-in-a-Row
  12. Chess
  13. Shogi
  14. Mini Shogi
  15. Ludo
  16. Riichi Mahjong
  17. Sevens
  18. Golf
  19. Darts
  20. Texas Hold’em
  21. Nine Men’s Morris
  22. Air Hockey
  23. War
  24. Carrom
  25. Chinese Checkers
  26. Yacht Dice
  27. Takoyaki
  28. Billiards
  29. Hex
  30. Spider Solitaire
  31. Gomoku
  32. Matching
  33. Bowling
  34. Shooting Gallery
  35. Slot Cars
  36. Dots and Boxes
  37. Hit and Blow
  38. Pig’s Tail
  39. Mahjong Solitaire
  40. Last Card
  41. Fishing
  42. Klondike Solitaire
  43. Toy Tennis
  44. Toy Soccer
  45. Toy Curling
  46. Toy Boxing
  47. Toy Baseball
  48. Battle Tanks
  49. Team Tanks
  50. Sliding Puzzle
  51. 6-Ball Puzzle

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics was announced in the March 26, 2020 Nintendo Direct Mini. It’s available for pre-purchase today.

Graham Russell
Graham Russell has been writing about games for various sites and publications since 2007. He’s a fan of streamlined strategy games, local multiplayer and upbeat aesthetics. He joined Siliconera in February 2020, and served as its Managing Editor until July 2022. When he’s not writing about games, he’s a graphic designer, web developer, card/board game designer and editor.