Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics known in Europe and Australia as 51 Worldwide Games is a game for the Nintendo Switch. It's a sequel to the 2006 game Clubhouse Games for the Nintendo DS. The game has 51 different games in it, many of which are based on tabletop games. The game can be played locally or online. The game was released worldwide on June 5, 2020.


Board Games

  • Mancala - Some say this dates back over 6000 years.
  • Hare and Hounds - A strategy game which three hounds chase and trap a runaway hare.
  • Nine Men’s Morris -
  • Chinese Checkers -
  • Dots and Boxes - A pencil and paper game, claim more boxes then your opponent.
  • Hit and Blow - A game of deduction, try to determine the colors of the hidden pegs.
  • Hex - Take turns placing hexagonal pieces on a board, connect opposite sides first to win.
  • Checkers/Draughts - Jump diagonally over your opponent’s pieces to capture them.
  • Four-in-a-Row - Drop pieces into a grid and create a line of four pieces of the same color.
  • Backgammon -
  • Ludo - Land on a spot occupied by an opponent’s piece and it’s back to square one for them!
  • Dominoes -
  • Yacht Dice -
  • Renegade -
  • Riichi Mahjong-
  • Chess -
  • Gomoku -
  • Shogi -
  • Mini Shogi -

Card Games

  • Hanafuda -
  • Texas Hold’em - Make hands with the two cards you’re holding and the five cards on the table.
  • Blackjack - Add up the cards in your hand to get 21, but don’t go over!
  • Last Card - Play a Card with the same number or color as the player before you.
  • President -
  • Sevens -
  • Takoyaki -
  • Speed - Get rid of your cards as fast as possible.
  • Matching - Match the most cards while playing against another player.
  • Pig's Tail -
  • War -

Sports Games

  • Toy Tennis -
  • Toy Baseball - A fastball game between the batter and the opposing team.
  • Toy Boxing -
  • Toy Soccer/Toy Football-
  • Toy Curling
  • Bowling -
  • Darts -
  • Billiards -
  • Air Hockey -
  • Golf -

Variety Games

Single-Player Games

  • Sliding Puzzle - Create a path for the turtle to crawl along.
  • Mahjong Solitaire -
  • Klondike Solitaire -
  • Spider Solitaire -


  • Piano -

(Mosaic Mode Compatible)


On July 13, 2020, Nintendo published the global popularity statistics of each game, with 1.5 million players of Dots and Boxes as of July 7, 2020.

Aggregate score
Aggregator Score
Metacritic 82/100
Review scores
Publication Score
4Players 78/100
Destructoid 8.5/10
Eurogamer Recommended
Hardcore Gamer 4/5 16/20
Nintendo Life
Nintendo World Report 8.5/10
Polygon Recommended

The game received generally positive reviews, mostly attributed to the presentation, the selection of games available, the large focus on single player content, online features, and matchmaking. The AI for the game was also praised as surprisingly tough. Ben Kuchera of Polygon praised the game selection in a simple package and the tutorials. Christian Donlan of Eurogamer praised the presentation, polish, and atmosphere. Chris Scullion of Nintendo Life commended the online matchmaking's attempt to not keep players waiting by cuing other players in on what games they selected. Common complaints included a lack of 3-to-4 player multiplayer game options, omissions of certain games, obnoxious dialogue and voice acting, and a lack of support for all Nintendo Switch play styles.


As of the end of March 2022, the game sold 4.22 million units worldwide.


  • Some of the minigames, such as Toy Boxing, are similar to some of the tabletop games in Wii Party U.
  • Chinese Checkers is different then the actual game, it uses 6 marbles instead of 10, and it's only 3 players instead of 6.
  • While given a family-friendly rating in most countries, the game was given an "18" rating in South Korea because of the game's simulated casino-style gambling elements. South Korea has laws prohibiting casino gambling for anyone under 18.
    • It similarly received an "M" rating in Australia, which means it is not recommended for children under 15, but it is not legally restricted.