Excerpt: 42 All-Time Classics (Or the USA title of Clubhouse games) is a bit of a lie really because not all 42 games are in fact classics. Most yes but not all of them. Although I guess they couldn’t really call it 36 All-time Classics and a couple of other ones so I’ll forgive their inaccurate title.
Excerpt: When I was at school, a kid had what I thought at the time was the most amazing game cartridge of all time. It was for the original Game Boy if I remember correctly, and it included over a hundred games.
Conclusion: Cynics would probably argue that you can download most of the stuff present on 42 All-Time Classics for the princely sum of almost nowt on a PC, but that's kind of missing the point. The entire package is about casual, portable pick-up-and-playability when you've got some time to kill.
Conclusion: You can play solo or challenge up to seven friends by sharing one game card. And if you don't have anyone to play with, simply log on to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and find opponents across Europe or in the US. You can even chat to each other, PictoChat-style, while you play!
Summary: Schon vor langer Zeit waren Spiele wie „Mensch ärgere dich nicht“ oder „Mau Mau“ ziemlich beliebt. Leider sind einige von uns ziemlich oft unterwegs, sodass Fans von Brett- und Kartenspielen gerne eine Spielesammlung für die Hosentasche hätten.