Nintendo Releases Video Walkthrough of all 51 Clubhouse Games for Nintendo Switch

2020 is looking to be a massive year for games, no matter which console you use. Call of Duty: Warzone got released on the PS4, Windows, and the Xbox — its popularity has even allowed a lot of people to Play warzone for money. DOOM Eternal has been released, Animal Crossing: New Horizons came just in time for lockdown, The Last of Us: Part II is just around the corner, and now come classic games are coming to the Switch!

The original Clubhouse Games on Nintendo DS was one of my favorites. It had 42 different card games, board games, and more. I was delighted to hear it was getting a version on Nintendo Switch with 51 included games on June 5, 2020. Today, Nintendo released a video walkthrough of all 51 of those games.

Nintendo’s press release describes the game like this: “Enjoy familiar favorites and learn hidden gems from around the world in this collection of 51 board games, tabletop games and more! Whether you like to sit and strategize or rely on reflexes, Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics contains games from across an array of genres for you to play and discover. Each game is presented with stunning detail as dice clack and marbles glimmer.”

Here are all the 51 included games:

  • Mancala
  • Hanafuda
  • Backgammon
  • Renegade
  • Checkers
  • President
  • Dominoes
  • Speed
  • Hare and Hounds
  • Blackjack
  • Four-in-a-row
  • Chess
  • Shogi
  • Mini Shogi
  • Ludo
  • Riichi Mahjong
  • Sevens
  • Golf
  • Darts
  • Texas Hold’em
  • Nine Men’s Morris
  • Air Hockey
  • War
  • Carrom
  • Chinese Checkers
  • Yacht Dice
  • Takoyaki
  • Billiards
  • Hex
  • Spider Solitaire
  • Gomoku
  • Matching
  • Bowling
  • Shooting Gallery
  • Slot Cars
  • Dots and Bxoes
  • Hit and Blow
  • Pig’s Tail
  • Mahjong Soliatire
  • Last Card
  • Fishing
  • Klondike Solitarie
  • Toy Tennis
  • Toy Soccer 
  • Toy Curling
  • Toy Boxing
  • Toy Baseball
  • Battle Tanks
  • Team Tanks
  • Sliding Puzzle
  • 6-Ball Puzzle

There is also a 52nd bonus “game” called Piano, which is listed on the Japanese website for the game. This lets you do exactly what you think: play piano.

Which game or games are you most excited about playing? And are there any you wish were included that were left out? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.