Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics now on sale for just $33 ($7 off)

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics now on sale for just $33 ($7 off)

The Nintendo Switch might be best known for Mario and Zelda games, but Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics was a surprisingly good addition to the Switch’s library last year. It’s a collection of board, card, and mini games, with multiple control methods and multi-player support. Now you can get it for just $32.88 at Amazon, a discount of $7.11 from the usual price of $40.

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics has just about every popular classic board and card game you can think of, including Chess, Blackjack, Chinese Checkers, Yacht Dice, War, Seens, and Texas Hold’em. There are also a few mini games closer to something you would find in Wii Sports or Mario Party, like Darts, Toy Soccer, Battle Tanks, Fishing, and a Piano. Most of the games support local and online multi-player, with either friends or random matchmaking — I’ve played a lot of Yacht Dice online. You also only need one copy of the game for local multiplayer, if everyone else downloads the (free) Clubhouse Games Guest Pass from the eShop.

    Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics
    This collection of classic tabletop games from Nintendo is a lot of fun, with multiple ways to play and local/online multi-player. It's on sale for $32.88, a savings of $7.11 from the usual price.

Most games are playable with either standard controllers or the Switch’s touchscreen, which can add an extra level of immersion when playing board games. There’s also a Mosaic Mode, where you can extend the game’s viewing area across multiple Switch consoles, but that only works with some games.

I’ve had a lot of fun with Clubhouse Games since I picked it up. It feels more like a spiritual successor to earlier games like Wii Play than simply a collection of board and card games — the graphics and visual presentation makes even games I don’t care much about (looking at you, Chess) an enjoyable experience. My one complaint is that most of the games aren’t playable with more than two people.

List of games in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

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Corbin Davenport
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Corbin is a tech journalist and software developer based in Raleigh, North Carolina. He's also the host of the Tech Tales podcast, which explores the history of the technology industry. Follow him on Twitter at @corbindavenport.