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Japan: Nintendo announces Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Pocket Edition

Nintendo has announced a special free edition of Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics which is out on Friday. Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Pocket Edition features four games from the compilation. The four games you can play in single player are Dominoes, Connect Four, Daifugo, and Slot Cars. Gematsu reports that you can also play local multiplayer on your Nintendo Switch unit with someone who owns Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. You can read our review of Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics right here.



  1. Hey Sickr i know its not the best time to talk about this but, since June is here, are there any presentation updates about an upcoming fighter from Arms from Sakurai or no news on that?

    1. Considering the fact that Nintendo e3 is usually always around next week, and there has literally been no news or info of any sort of presentation as of yet, either Nintendo won’t mention any new announcements and wait till fall, or they just drop info next week like they did with orgami king

  2. Four free games to play in single-player, huh? I guess that’s nothing to complain about, but why Connect Four and Slot Cars for two of the choices? Those are two games where PvP immediately comes to mind. Wouldn’t games that are already single-player be a better choice, like Solitaire? Even pool/billiards would’ve been a better choice.

    …Maybe I’m just saying that since I’m dying to play some real pool. This quarantine shut down my favorite bar/pool hall and I’m itching to go back.

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