Clubhouse Games

Clubhouse Games
System Nintendo DS
Developer Nintendo, Agenda
Genre Tabletop Games
Series Clubhouse Games Series

A compilation of 42 classic tabletop and parlour games divided into five categories. Each of the games comes with a full tutorial and many options to suit the player.

You can also play most games over local wireless multiplayer, or connect to the Nintendo Wi-Fi service to play online.

Release Information

Region Name Release
Japan だれでもアソビ大全 Daredemo Asobi Taizen 03 Nov 2005
Europe 42 All-Time Classics 29 Sep 2006
US Clubhouse Games 09 Oct 2006

Wi-Fi Taiō Version

The original Japanese release was set up before the Nintendo Wi-Fi service was activated, and so does not feature the ability to play online. A second version was released in 2007 with the ability to play over the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection.

Region Name Release
Japan Wi-Fi対応 世界のだれでもアソビ大全 Wi-Fi Taiō: Sekai Daredemo Asobi Taizen 19 Apr 2007

Game Modes

Free Play

Play any of the 42 games available. Some of the games are locked until they are played in Stamp Mode.

Stamp Mode

A single-player mode where the player has to play through a series of all 42 games, receiving up to 3 stamps depending on how well you did.

Mission Mode

A single-player mode with 30 tricky challenges to accomplish.

Available Games

Card games

  • Old Maid
  • Spit
  • I Doubt It
  • Sevens
  • Memory
  • Pig
  • Blackjack
  • Hearts
  • President
  • Rummy
  • Seven Bridge
  • Last Card
  • Last Card Plus
  • Five Card Draw
  • Texas hold 'em
  • Nap
  • Spades
  • Contract Bridge

Board games

  • Chinese checkers
  • Checkers
  • Dots and Boxes
  • Hasami shogi
  • Turncoat
  • Connect Five
  • Grid Attack
  • Backgammon
  • Chess
  • Shogi
  • Field Tactics
  • Ludo

Variety games

  • Soda Shake
  • Dominoes
  • Koi-Koi
  • Word Balloon

Action games

  • Bowling
  • Darts
  • Billiards
  • Balance
  • Takeover

Single player games

  • Solitaire
  • Escape
  • Mahjong solitaire

Japanese version

Texas Hold 'Em, Dots and Boxes, Grid Attack, Ludo, Dominoes, Escape, and Mahjong Solitaire do not appear in the Japanese version. Seven games are exclusive to the Japanese release:

  • Goninkan
  • Bozumekuri
  • Sugoroku
  • Size Game
  • Last One
  • Mini Golf
  • Napoleon