Thursday, April 8, 2010

Clubhouse Games (DS) Review

A very organized mini-game collection.
Clubhouse Games was one of my first DS games when I got it back in 2006, and it's still fun 4 years later. Clubhouse Games is a collection of 42 games to play and with 42 games, there are 8 categories which include:
single-player games, action games, card games, board games and so on. There are 3 different modes to play: free play, stamp mode & mission mode. In mission mode, you're playing through 30 games that have you doing tasks. Some of these tasks include get 3 strikes in a row in bowling, get 200 points in darts and so on. Stamp mode is a mode that has 3 levels of difficulty (easy, normal & hard) Beat the game in Stamp mode and you can unlock it in Free Play. Don't worry, this only applies to some of the games, not all 42. There is multiplayer and you can either play it offline or online. In online (or offline) you can have up to you & 1 to 7 other players play which is a crap load of fun. A little competition is always good. Controls are all touch based, which is cool. Rules which can be changed, graphics also can be changed and by that I mean you can change the way you play bowling, you could have paper graphics on and it'd all look like it was drawn in a notebook or you could have it look like tron. All this is awesome. 42 games, you're bound to be playing the ones you love, some you've never played before and will have a good time with it and than there are the games that you will hate and think "Why is this game in here?" For me those games are Mahjong, Solitaire, yes I hate solitaire, sue me. Dominoes, Backgammon, and a few card games. Don't worry, I love black jack and I always will. This collection of mini-games should be one of the only mini-game collections you own for your DS/DSi. I'm giving Clubhouse Games for the DS an 8.5 out 10.

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