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Clubhouse-games.32871700
8.1 out of 10

Clubhouse Games

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NEVER GET'S OLD/ GREAT CLASSIC'S

Giggles 84 "C.M.P.", Amazon
27 October 2013
  • Summary: I keep trying different games never gets old. I noticed a game inside that is similar to the Treasure Chase Ds which has only wooden blocks. This game here in the Club House Games Ds is called ESCAPE. It's just flatten blocks, it's on the single player mode-free play only. Last 2nd game all your doing is as the directions say: Move the largest piece off the board by sliding all the pieces up, down ,left. Or right. Sounds easy give it a spin. Harder than it looks.
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Excellent value

J. Labore, Amazon
19 November 2012
  • Summary: This is the 2nd one we purchased so our kids can play head to head on their DS Lite systems. (ages 6 and 8) Keeps them quiet in the car and keeps their brains active. Lots of great games with a good interface and easy for them to play. They especially like the chess and bowling games. I forgot the vendor who sold this one but it was the full retail box with all the instruction books. Shipped from England, took about two weeks to receive.
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I love this game!

D. Rudolph, Amazon
9 December 2009
  • Summary: I bought Clubhouse Games for Nintendo DS for my grandson because he wants to learn to play chess and I thought he could use this game to practice. I have one of these that I got a couple of years ago. I just love it. I play many of the games but my favorite is Grid Attack. This game is somewhat like the battleship games where you blow up the other guy's ships. But the twist here, is you can play with four players. It really increases the options and hence the risk.
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Good game...

Renekins "house elf", Amazon
25 March 2009
  • Summary: I am having a blast with this game. I don't even like or know how to play quite a few of them, but in 'unlocking' the games, I am getting exposure to them all. When I'm not working on unlocking games and privileges, my daughter and I are having a wonderful time playing games together, from Bowling and Ludo to Old Maid (and many, many more). Being able to share games is a big bonus feature to this game, if you enjoy playing with others.
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time sucker

L. Jenkins "Many hobbies in Texas", Amazon
22 November 2008
  • Summary: This is an awesome game. I bought two of these games and my husband and I have a competition on the bowling and also brush up on our memory skills. It has a lot of the games we play on a board or with cards. Even marbles, dominoes and dice. There are different modes to open up different games but those got a little weird and some of the games I can't really figure out the goal but then again, maybe that's me. All in all this is a great time killer or chiller outer.
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reason to buy ds

Mr E, Amazon
24 October 2008
  • Summary: I consider myself pretty restrictive of my son's screen time. Generally they get 90 minutes a week (including cartoons on saturday morning). Was impressed with a friend's son's ds, brain age is amazing, and I encourage my children to play it whenever they're in the car (doesn't count as screen time). After researching the ds and the available games I purchased a ds for my two sons (age 6 and 8).
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Like to take a break from Brain games but still be challenged!

kindred spirit, Amazon
14 October 2008
  • Summary: I like almost all these games except the card games but that is just because I don't like card games in general except UNO and the like. They are almost all un locked to start out and I like that fact. Has most of the favorites but some are called different names then say Hoyle board games for the PC. Overall a lot of fun and I recommend Highly.
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Just what I needed

Keith A. Veeder, Amazon
29 July 2008
  • Summary: I work for a security company, and I often find myself in the middle of nowhere with nothing to look at and nobody to talk to. This makes falling asleep a serious risk, as in a risk to my employment and potentially a risk to the people and property I'm protecting. How do I avoid this problem? Playing games like this.
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Good variety of games - thinking, not eye-hand coordination

"Senior" reader & game player, Amazon
20 September 2007
  • Summary: I'm a "Senior" adult (old?). The games in Club House Games span games for the very young (like my grandchildren) to the "Seniors" among us. Old Maid to poker and chess and every level in between. You can even play dominoes, darts, and go bowling. Easy for those of us who reached adulthood before the "computer age" to learn and play on the DS system. Really appreciated using the stylus rather than buttons.
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Perfect utilization of DS technology

Robert R., Amazon
6 May 2007
  • Summary: If you and your buddies own DS' and want to have a good game that up to eight people can enjoy off of one cartridge then this is the game for you! Tons of card games and bar games are featured in this and it never get old. The flaw is that there are some options that were left out for some of the games that could have helped out the playability but its not big enough to make a difference in play time.
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