All games in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

A full games list for Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. Spoilers: There are 51 of them.

Game on! But which game? Pick up Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics and you’ll have plenty to choose between on your Nintendo Switch. If you’re into classic board, card and variety games to play with your friends, or even just want 4 solid solo titles to while away the time, then this might just be the package for you. To help you know exactly what you’re getting in the Nintendo Switch bundle release, we’ve put together a list of all games in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics.

All games in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

All games in Clubhouse games: 51 worldwide classics
 
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As the discerning reader might have guessed from the name, there are 51 different games waiting for you in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. We’ve broken them down by type below, in the same manner by which Nintendo split them in the game’s latest trailer

Board Games

  1. Mancala
  2. Hare and Hounds
  3. Nine Men’s Morris
  4. Chinese Checkers
  5. Dots and Boxes
  6. Hit and Blow
  7. Hex
  8. Checkers
  9. Four-in-a-row
  10. Backgammon
  11. Ludo
  12. Dominoes
  13. Yacht Dice
  14. Renegade
  15. Riichi Mahjong
  16. Chess
  17. Gomoku
  18. Shogi
  19. Mini Shogi

Card Game

  1. Hanafuda
  2. Texas Hold’em
  3. Blackjack
  4. Last Card
  5. President
  6. Sevens
  7. Takoyaki
  8. Speed
  9. Matching
  10. Pig's Tail
  11. War
Clubhouse Games 51 worldwide classics game list
 
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Sports Games

  1. Toy Tennis
  2. Toy Baseball
  3. Toy Boxing
  4. Toy Soccer
  5. Toy Curling
  6. Bowling
  7. Darts
  8. Billiards
  9. Air Hockey
  10. Golf

Variety Games

  1. Shooting Gallery
  2. Carrom
  3. 6-Ball Puzzle
  4. Battle Tanks
  5. Team Tanks
  6. Fishing
  7. Slot Cars

Single-Player Games

  1. Sliding Puzzle
  2. Mahjong Solitaire
  3. Klondike Solitaire
  4. Spider Solitaire

Phew! That was an awful lot of games, though we do think it’s a tad cheeky listing Shogi and Mini Shogi as separate titles. Then again, 51 does sound a lot more impressive than 50, so we can’t judge them too harshly with so many titles included. 

And there you have it! All the games in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. Convinced? Let us know which game you’re after in the comments below.

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