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Alternative Names

42 All-Time Classics

Wi-Fi Taiou: Sekai Daredemo no Asobi Taizen






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Release Dates

10/09/06 Nintendo
04/19/07 Nintendo
09/29/06 Nintendo

Community Stats

Owners: 101
Favorite: 2
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 2
Now Playing: 1

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It's game night, and everyone's invited! Play more than 40 classic board, card and party games with friends near and far.

  • With more than 40 games to choose from, including chess, spades, poker and darts, Clubhouse Games will appeal to everyone from kids to adults. There's no need to lug around boards or cards anymore - Clubhouse Games offers one-stop gaming for people on the go.

  • Clubhouse Games is for people of all skill levels. The touch control is intuitive, and video game newcomers will appreciate the easy-to-use interface. Each game includes instructions for people who want to brush up on their rules.

  • Play with up to seven friends via single-card local wireless play, or use Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection to challenge a friend across the country or the ocean. Can't play checkers without shouting "KING ME!" across the table? The in-game chat feature takes table talk to a new level.

How to progress through the game: Play any of the three single-player modes - Free Play, Stamp and Mission - to unlock new icons, backgrounds and games. In Free Play, users play any game they've unlocked with the rules of their choice. In Stamp mode, players play through all the games in a set order with set rules. Finally, Mission mode lets players clear specific challenges to unlock new content.


Special powers/weapons/moves/features: Play with nearby friends via local wireless or across the Internet via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Almost all the games will be available on Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, and players can play with friends all over the globe.


Note: The game was released in Japan without online functionality. Clubhouse Games Online was later released in Japan on April 19, 2007.

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Shipping Total

2,570,000 Units
As of: December 2014

Opinion (13)

dara5000 posted 27/04/2009, 01:55
amazing value and addicted to playing rummy online! but could never work out how to play that japanese card game with all the illustrated cards...
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johnlucas posted 19/01/2009, 10:58
I play this game like it's going out of style sometimes. And boy do I get put in my place playing on the Wi-Fi Connection! This game is worth every bit the $20 I paid for it. Probably even more.
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P0kemonMast3r posted 19/12/2008, 07:22
Very good Game :D, very underatted and deserves too be Bought !
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supermario128 posted 28/09/2008, 07:31
This is a great game for $20, if you don't already have it then go out and buy it.
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RDBRaptor posted 29/08/2008, 07:42

Yeah, I've played it, it's pretty fun. A good game to sit down with friends with and just play together if you don't have dominos or cards lying around.
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Strategyking92 posted 27/05/2008, 12:02
I remember seeing this when it first came out and thought "boy, this will bomb" I was wrong. If it's good though, it deserves it.

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