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Format: Nintendo DS™
Launch Date: Q4 2006
Game Type: Card, Board and Leisure Game Collection
Players: 1-8 via Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection, DS Download Play or Multi- Card Play
Developer: Agenda

KEY INFORMATION

It’s game night and everyone’s invited. Play more than 20 classic board, card and party games alone or with friends.

  • With familiar favorites like checkers, darts and poker, Clubhouse Games will appeal to everyone from kids to adults. Video game newcomers will appreciate the easy-to-use interface, while card game novices will appreciate each game’s rules section.
  • Players can challenge up to seven friends with one game card via Multi-Card Play or DS Download Play. Can’t play checkers without shouting “KING ME!í¢â‚¬? across the table? The in-game (PictoChat
  • There’s no need to lug around cards or boards when you want to play a quick game. Clubhouse Games is one-stop gaming that will appeal to everyone’s tastes, whether they’re in the mood for bowling, backgammon, bridge or billiards.

  • Clubhouse Games is part of Nintendo’s Touch Generations library, which includes uniquely engaging titles that have appeal beyond core gamers.

How to progress through the game: Play more than 20 classic board, card and party games in Free Play. Players can test themselves with various difficulty levels. Or play up to seven friends via Multi-Card Play or DS Download Play.

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