Clubhouse Games

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Clubhouse Games
Developer Agenda
Publisher Nintendo
System Nintendo DS
Release Date JP November 3, 2005
EU September 29, 2006
US October 9, 2006
AU October 26, 2006
JP April 19, 2007 (WiFi Version)
Rating ESRB: E

Clubhouse Games is a compilation of classic games. In Europe, it's known as 42 All-Time Classics.

Contents

Gameplay

Clubhouse Games divides it's games into several categories: Card games(Poker, Hearts), Board games(Checkers, Chess), Variety games(Dominoes), Action games(Darts, Billiards), and Single-player games(Solitaire).

In Free Play Mode, the player can play any game as much as they like. Stamp Mode lets the player earn stamps by beating games at certain difficulty levels. In Mission Mode, the player must beat a game under a certain time limit or with a certain amount of points.

A Multiplayer mode is also available. Players can send a demo to a DS without the game. They can also play almost any game with other players with the game.

Versions

The original Japanese version, Daredemo Asobi Taizen, was slightly different from the version released elsewhere. Goninkan, Bozumekuri, Sugoroku, Size Game, Last One, Mini Golf and Napoleon took the place of Texas Hold 'Em, Dots and Boxes, Grid Attack, Ludo, Dominoes, Escape and Mahjong Solitaire. The original version also lacked Wi-Fi support.

An international version was later released in Japan. It included all of the games in the American version as well as Wi-Fi support.

Legacy

Ports and Remakes

  • Wi-Fi Taiou: International Daredemo Asobi Taizen was released April 19, 2007. It included all the games in the English version of the game and Wi-Fi support.
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