The game made its original debut for the Nintendo DS back in 2006, and is now coming back after 14 years to the Switch. It features a whopping 51 different mini-games from all across the globe, such as chess, Checkers, Blackjack, air hockey, bowling, billiards, and even Battle Tanks. While some of the games provide a multiplayer experience using a single Switch, numerous devices can also be linked together via a free software to allow for multi-screen play with friends and family, meaning only one person has to own the title. It also supports an online mode, where gamers can select three mini-games and play competitively against an opponent, although you’ll need a Nintendo Switch Online membership to make use of this feature.
Nintendo’s Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics will be available June 5. For now, check out the fresh trailer above.
In other Nintendo news, its Chinese version of the Switch only supports three games due to censorship in the country.