Summary: I found this set of games to be enjoyable, and other reviews have been very well written for this title, however, there is one thing that I found slightly annoying about it that I thought I would mention. On many of the games, you have to wait for the animations of the computer to play their turn.
Summary: Some people have said that Go, the Japanese board game, is included here. I haven't seen it, if it is. The Japanese kids game, Go Moku ("Connect Five"), is played on a Go board with Go stones (well-implemented by Club House Games, I might add!) but the rules are humongously different.
Summary: This may be the only game you ever need for the DS. It has dozens of addictive games that are easy to pick up. Solitare is so much better with the touchscreen-you may never play it on your laptop again! Bowling, darts, and billiards are also a fun change of pace.
Summary: Games are quick, cleanly presented, and fun. Only 5 games have to be unlocked, but it is easy to do so. The share feature is nice because you can send any game to another DS as a present, that way they can play it without being connected to yours (stays on their system until they turn it off).
Summary: This is a great game or I should say set of games. We ended up buying a 2nd game so we can play each other. The games play well, the card games play very well. I like Hearts, Sevens especially. Sevens is a quick play and a lot of fun. Chinese checkers is fun.
Summary: Clubhouse Games is a large collection of classic, traditional games in a video game format. Nintendo did not invent these games. They have been around for a long time. All Nintendo did was put them all together in one large collection and presented them in a format that is playable on a video game...
Lots and lots of variety, but weak AI and no-one playing wifi
Suzanne Amara, Amazon
1 February 2007
Summary: I didn't buy this game for quite a while after it came out, as I had read a lot of negative reviews of it. Finally I couldn't resist the urge, as there are really no other card games for the DS. I was fairly pleasantly surprised.
Great for a quick recreational R&R if you need a break - like going to that old clubhouse for a quick dart or card game...
1 February 2007
Summary: Old-school clubhouse games for that quick recreational R&R if you need a break from whatever you are doing - like going to that old clubhouse for a quick dart or card game... Short enough to give one a break without wasting too much time stuck in a long engaging game when you have things to do.
Summary: Picked this up cheap (thankfully) when looking for an electronic version of Shogi, which it has. You have to trudge through a lot of other games to unlock it though. Pros - lots of games with different levels of complexity. Would be great for a kid to revisit as they grew.