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Clubhouse Games

Also known as: 42 All-Time Classics (EU), Daredemo Asobi Taizen (JP), Wi-Fi Taiou: Sekai no Daredemo Asobi Taizen (JP re-release)
Developer: Agenda
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: November 3, 2005
Released in US: October 9, 2006
Released in EU: September 29, 2006
Released in AU: October 26, 2006


MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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42 card games, board games, variety games, action games and single-player games, all in one DS card! Also features a Stamp mode where you win a number of stamp depending on whether you win or not, and a Mission mode where you have to accomplish 30 missions. Also, this game was notable for being the first ever one to get a 12 rating relating to gambling in Europe.

Regional Differences

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Title Screen

Japan US
Daredemo Asobi Taizen Title.png Clubhouse Games-title.png
Europe Japan Re-Release
42 All-Time Classics-title.png Wi-Fi Taiou - Sekai no Daredemo Asobi Taizen-title.png

Other than the entire title screen layout being changed, the original Japanese version was called Daredemo Asobi Taizen. Meanwhile, the US version changes the name to Clubhouse Games and in Europe, it was called 42 All-Time Classics. The Japanese release of the International version also changes the layout slightly further for the bigger title and added shogi tiles.

Games

Some of the games are different between the Japanese version and the international version.

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The Japanese version featured the games Goninkan, Bozumekuri, Sugoroku, Size Game, Last One, Mini Golf, and Napoleon. The international version featured Texas Hold 'Em, Dots and Boxes, Grid Attack, Ludo, Dominoes, Escape, and Mahjong Solitaire.

The original Japanese version also lacks the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service. However, in 2007 a Japanese-language version of the international game was released in Japan, as "Wi-Fi Taiou: Sekai no Daredemo Asobi Taizen", featuring the Wi-Fi modes and the same set of games from the international release.

Music

  • Some tracks have a higher tempo and added instruments in the Lounge soundtrack of the original JP edition, when compared to the re-releases with Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, such as the tracks that play during Old Maid and Balance.

Original JP Lounge Old Maid


Wi-Fi Editions Lounge Old Maid


Original JP Lounge Balance


Wi-Fi Editions Lounge Balance


  • The Title Screens between the original JP release, and the Wi-Fi re-releases have completely different music playing, in both soundtracks.

Original JP Lounge Title Screen


Wi-Fi Editions Lounge Title Screen


Original JP Pop Title Screen


Wi-Fi Editions Pop Title Screen


Unused Content

Music

  • There is an unused track in the Lounge soundtrack.

Unused Track


Unused Track (Panic)


Small things

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  • You can tap on the touchscreen to speed up some actions, such as the random ordering of players at the start of a match, card dealing, and some UI elements during a game in the Wi-Fi re-releases of the game. This cannot be done on the original JP version.
  • In the game files, some of the "Panics" (music change when something intense is happening), are Panics for a different pair of tracks.
  • First JP release has a ton of UI differences, such as animations when switching game categories.
  • The Nintendo logo when booting the game, is blue in both the original JP release, and the JP Wi-Fi release, but red in the EU and NA versions of the game.
  • All releases of the game use a 24-hour clock for the time display, excluding the NA version, which uses a 12-hour clock with AM/PM display.
  • There is a noticeable lag when sending drawn messages in the original JP version, which was fixed in the Wi-Fi re-releases.
  • There is a backlight toggle that is only present in the original JP version of the game. It is replaced with an "Open Room" option in the Wi-Fi re-releases.
  • The hand that appears on the touchscreen when using it, differs between the original JP release, and the Wi-Fi re-releases.