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Clubhouse Games - Full rundown

Discussion in 'General Video Game Discussion' started by Linkachu, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. Linkachu

    Linkachu Hero of Pizza
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    This could go under WFC discussion, but meh. I finally happened upon a complete list of the games included in Clubhouse Games, and a few perked my interests. I'm surprised by the lack of "basic card games", though. A lot of my favourites aren't on the list =/

    Either way, here's the full rundown of all the different games included, how many players there are for each, and which ones have WFC access:

    Category/Title/ # of Players - WFC access (Yes or No)
    Basic card games
    Old Maid 3—8 - No
    I Doubt It 3—8 - No
    Sevens 3—8 - Yes
    Memory 2—8 - Yes
    Spit 2—4 - No
    Pig 3—8 - No
    Intermediate card games
    Last Card Plus 2—8 - Yes
    Last Card 2—8 - Yes
    Hearts 2—8 - Yes
    President 2—8 - Yes
    Rummy 2—8 - Yes
    Seven Bridge 2—8 - Yes
    Black Jack 2—8 - Yes
    Advanced card games
    Five Card Draw 2—8 - Yes
    Texas Hold 'Em 2—8 - Yes
    Nap 2—4 - Yes
    Spades 4 - Yes
    Contract Bridge 4 - Yes
    Single Player games
    Solitaire 1 - No
    MahJong Solitaire 1 - No
    Escape 1 - No
    Basic board games
    Grid Attack 1 - Yes
    Escape 2—4 - Yes
    Hasami Shogi 2 - Yes
    Connect Five 2 - Yes
    Dots and Boxes 2—6 - Yes
    Turncoat 2 - Yes
    Checkers 2 - Yes
    Chinese Checkers 2—8 - Yes
    Advanced board games
    Backgammon 2 - Yes
    Chess 2 - Yes
    Field Tactics 2 - Yes
    Ludo 2—4 - Yes
    Variety games
    Dominoes 2—4 - Yes
    Word Balloon 2—8 - Yes
    Soda Shake 2—8 - Yes
    Koi-Koi 2 - Yes
    Action Games
    Bowling 2—8 - Yes
    Darts 2—8 - Yes
    Billiards 2 - Yes
    Balance 2—8 - Yes
    Takeover 2—8 - Yes


    It has... connect five... eep. Me wants now @__@

    Who owns this already, which games are your favourites/most played and/or what are your general impressions of it? Worth the money? From the sounds of it some games aren't as fleshed out as they could be, but hopefully that's not the case for the majority. Wouldn't spend my own, limited funds on it, but I may add this to my Xmas list.
     
    #1 Linkachu, Oct 31, 2006
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 27, 2014
  2. I was seriously considering it, especially since it's the first DS game offered in Canada with both English and French on one card (le w00t!), and online would be hecka fun, but I haven't yet. Rest assured, the second someone trades it in and I can get it for cheap, that sucker's mine.
     
  3. Doctor Oak

    Staff Member Overlord

    Can't do Texas Hold 'Em right, not worth the money.
     

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