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Clubhouse Games

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Clubhouse Games
Wi-Fi対応 世界のだれでもアソビ大全
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Developer(s): Agenda, Nintendo[1], NDCube[2]
Publisher(s): Nintendo DS
Platform: Nintendo DS
Category: Traditional/tabletop
Players: Single player, multiplayer (Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection)
Predecessor: Daredemo Asobi Taizen
Successor: Clubhouse Games Express: Family Favorites, Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics, Clubhouse Games Express: Strategy Pack
Release dates
N. America: October 9, 2006
2008 (reprint)
Japan: April 19, 2007
Europe: September 29, 2006
Australia: October 26, 2006
©2005-2006 Nintendo

Clubhouse Games, known in Europe as 42 All-Time Classics and in Japan as Wi-Fi Connection: Collection of Games for Playing with Anyone in the World, (World Wi-Fi Taiou Sekai no Daredemo Asobi Taizen) is a Nintendo DS game in the Clubhouse Games series, and the successor to Daredemo Asobi Taizen.


It is a collection of traditional games and is one of the Touch! Generations games.

Technical Details

Clubhouse Games added support for Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, which the predecessor Daredemo Asobi Taizen did not support.

It also supports the Nintendo DS Rumble Pak.


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