Clubhouse games: 51 worldwide classics

Clubhouse games: 51 worldwide classics

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Nintendo has saved the day for many gamers in these terrible times. First with their instant classic and social adventure Animal Crossing: New Horizons in which we can easily distract ourselves from the real world. Now we have a collection of 51 board games selected and published by Nintendo itself that we can play locally or with friends around the world.

How many of those do you recognize? Among some curious facts, you can join several Switch for Car Racing and Team Tank Battle. In some games you can play up to 4 players both locally and online.

Developed by Nintendo, Clubhouse Games 51 Worldwide Classics launches this June 05 for Nintendo Switch under the price of $39.99 that’s right! I too that was going to be more ostentatious. Given the amount of fun, it’s actually quite affordably priced. There’s a free demo you can find on the eShop or over here called Local Multiplayer Guest Edition that includes four locally playable games: dominoes, four in a row, car racing and president, for your consideration.

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While the Nintendo Switch launch schedule has been dominated primarily by Animal Crossing: New Horizons in 2020, a Nintendo Direct Mini held in March revealed a number of other games coming to the console. One of the most notable was Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics, which received a new trailer today featuring the 51 games that will allow players to «turn their Nintendo Switch console into a game board.»

As the title suggests, it will feature 51 games from around the world that can be played solo, in local co-op, local wireless, and via Nintendo Switch Online. These games fit into five main categories: board (and paper) games, card games, sports games, variety games and single-player games.

Another important detail highlighted in Nintendo’s trailer is the variety of control schemes for each game. While bowling and darts will use motion controls as in Wii Sports, some will allow players to place objects by touching them on the screen, and ot

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Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics,[b] conocido como 51 Worldwide Games en Europa y Australia, es un videojuego para fiestas desarrollado por NDcube y publicado por Nintendo para la Nintendo Switch. Este juego es un sucesor de Clubhouse Games (2005) para la Nintendo DS y es una recopilación de juegos deportivos de mesa, cartas y juguetes de todo el mundo. Salió a la venta en todo el mundo el 5 de junio de 2020, y hasta abril de 2021 se habían vendido más de 3,14 millones de copias en todo el mundo.

Al iniciar el juego, el jugador elige una figura de juguete como avatar y le asigna un juego favorito. Esto permite a otros jugadores ver un globo terráqueo en el que pueden elegir ese juego. Estas figuritas actúan como guías de los juegos y ofrecen curiosidades sobre el juego, como su historia[1].

Varios juegos permiten el control por movimiento con el uso de los Joy-Cons. En las partidas en solitario, el jugador se enfrenta a oponentes de la CPU (si el juego lo requiere) y puede cambiar la dificultad en consecuencia.[6][7][8] Las partidas multijugador pueden jugarse de forma local en un solo sistema (con algunas excepciones) o a través de la conexión inalámbrica local, dependiendo del juego. Un modo multijugador llamado «Modo Mosaico» permite enlazar varias consolas Nintendo Switch para mostrar una imagen multimonitor más grande en juegos como Slot Cars, en el que una pista se muestra en cuatro pantallas[9] La mayoría de los juegos incluidos pueden jugarse online, ya sea con modos de matchmaking o lobbies con amigos.

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Today, we are not here to talk about the title itself, which we already reviewed at the time and liked a lot. We do it to present a free version of it, which will come to the eShop with a specific offer of games, and that we have seen in a video shared by Nintendo Japan, which shows us the operation of this pocket edition, which will give us access to a specific selection of the titles of the original work: Connect Four, President and Slot Cars.  But it has more attractions, as it allows us to enjoy the local multiplayer mode, which makes it a very attractive alternative for parties of friends.  In addition, those with access to the full game can use their copy to play with users who only have this edition, so there would be «cross play» between the two.

As we said in the review, there are very few bad things that can be said about 51 Worldwide Games.  It is a gem in almost every aspect: it is true that it cannot be compared to a Nintendo Switch masterpiece like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild or Super Mario Odyssey, but what we value is precisely Nintendo’s goal and how it achieves it: we are talking about a title that tries to bring many board games, sports and other ‘games’ to Nintendo Switch within the same cartridge, and that achieves it in a spectacular way.

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