Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Cheats
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Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Cheats List
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Cheat
Cheap Cheat: At any time in most of the turn-based games you can press the left shoulder L button on your controller to “Undo” your last move or even your last couple of moves!
This effectively lets you cheat whenever you want to correct a mistake in both single- and multiplayer turn-based games.
Clubhouse Secret Games 52, 53 & 54
Secret Game #52 Is: Piano. At the very end of the lineup of playable 51 games, you’ll find piano that says “Take a break and play your very own recital.” Use the Switch touch screen to play a recital.
With Mosaic Mode, you can connect up to four consoles via local communication and line them up to form one big playing area for the Piano keys.
Others can join in on the fun by using their Joy-Con controllers as maracas while you play the piano!
Secret Game #53 Is: 9-Ball Billiards. You can switch Billiards from 8-Ball to 9-Ball. This alternate game mode changes the objective of the game.
The 8-Ball objective being to hit either the striped or solid-colored balls (but not both), followed by the 8-ball. And the 9-Ball objective being that you hit the balls in numerical order, followed by the 9-ball.
Secret Game #54 Is: Challenge Bowling. You can switch regular Bowling to a Challenge Mode like the one Wii Sports had.
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Tips and Tricks
Don’t know the rules? All games come with short, narrated introductions to get you started with the basics, while step-by-step tutorials teach you the ins and outs of more challenging games. In some games you can even turn on Assist Mode during gameplay to get additional tips.
Can you save each game? Yes, if you need a break and want to continue playing a game at a later time, you can press Pause and use the End option to automatically create a Bookmark to save your progress. Next time you start that game you’ll be asked if you want to continue player “From Bookmark” or if you want to start “From Scratch”. That does mean you can only have one savegame per game.
What about multiplayer? While all games are available in singleplayer, there’s a lot of fun to be had with family and friends in local- and online multiplayer. Place the console flat on the table between players and turn your Nintendo Switch into a virtual game board for some head-to-head action.
Connect up to four systems via local communication to enjoy social favorites such as Riichi Mahjong in local multiplayer or head online to play with friends or be matched with rivals around the world.
It’s less fun to play with 3 players on the same Switch console, as only 3 games will be available: Blackjack, Ludo, and Chinese Checkers.
There’s even less fun to be had with 4 players on the same Switch console, as only 2 games will be available: Blackjack and Ludo.
51 Games Overview Timeline:
0:03 – Mancala
1:29 – Dots and Boxes
2:18 – Yacht Dice (Yahtzee)
3:48 – Four-in-a-row (Connect 4)
4:43 – Hit & Blow (Mastermind)
6:48 – Nine Men’s Morris
8:04 – Hex
9:06 – Draughts (Checkers)
9:56 – Hare and Hounds
11:01 – Gomoku
11:51 – Dominoes
13:05 – Chinese Checkers
13:55 – Ludo (Trouble)
14:49 – Backgammon
15:59 – Renegade
16:40 – Chess
18:10 – Shogi
19:17 – Mini Shogi
19:48 – Hanafuda
21:07 – Riichi Mahjong
22:07 – Last Card (Uno)
23:44 – Blackjack
24:49 – Texas Hold’em
26:22 – President
28:07 – Sevens
29:23 – Speed
30:08 – Matching
31:44 – War
32:33 – Takoyaki
33:42 – Pig’s Tail
34:31 – Golf
35:43 – Billiards
37:14 – Bowling
38:12 – Darts
39:02 – Carrom
40:57 – Toy Tennis
41:26 – Toy Soccer (Foosball)
42:01 – Toy Curling
42:54 – Toy Boxing
43:27 – Toy Baseball
44:03 – Air Hockey
44:35 – Slot Cars
45:05 – Fishing
45:57 – Battle Tanks
46:31 – Team Tanks
47:11 – Shooting Gallery
47:55 – 6-Ball Puzzle
48:53 – Sliding Puzzle
49:55 – Mahjong Solitaire
50:51 – Klondike Solitaire
51:44 – Spider Solitaire
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