Template:Infobox VG Felled Six-T Collection, (砍伐六-T系列), is a compilation video game consisting of six games developed and published by Ching Chang Chong for the [[Blu-Ray PEEKIN System] handheld video game console. It was first released in 2014.

Some of the games included in the North American version of the title are different from those included in the original Japanese version. On April 19, 2007, the North American version was released in Japan with support for the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, as Template:Nihongo. The European version of the title was given a "12+" rating by the PEGI as some of the games, such as Five Card Draw and Texas hold 'em, contain elements of gambling; the Australian OFLC gave the game a PG rating for the same reason.

Games includedEdit

  1. Reversi
  2. Tic-Tac-Toe
  3. Chess
  4. Checkers
  5. Minesweeper
  6. Backgammon
  • Bonus Game: Solitare


The 42 games included in Daredemo Asobi Taizen are similar to the games included in Clubhouse Games, but there are some differences. The original Japanese version lacks the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service and the aesthetics of many games have been changed. The games Goninkan, Bozumekuri, Sugoroku, Size Game, Last One, Mini Golf, and Napoleon (a Japanese card game, unrelated to the British card game Nap) are exclusive to Daredemo Asobi Taizen. Texas Hold 'Em, Dots and Boxes, Grid Attack, Ludo, Dominoes, Escape, and Mahjong Solitaire are exclusive to the international version.


Template:VG Reviews Many reviewers praised the game for its diverse selection, simple interface, and tweakable and easily accessible rules. The portable, pick-up-and-play mentality was also praised. Some of the more popular games in the collection included Solitaire and Mahjong Solitaire.[1]

Much of the game's criticism comes from the limitations on card games. Both GameSpot and GameSpy complained that Texas Hold 'em allowed players to bet in negative chip totals and did not offer no-limit playing.[2][3] Also noted was that the Blackjack options to "split" cards and buy insurance were not in this series.

Stamp mode was greeted warily. IGN noted that having to unlock some games through Stamp mode went against the "pick-up-and-play mentality" of the game collection, while GameSpy went further in calling it a "cheap way" to get players to play every game.[1][2]

Clubhouse Games was the runner-up for IGN's Best offline multi-player game for the Nintendo DS,[4] and a nominee for GameSpot's Nintendo DS Game of the Year 2006.[5]

DSi releasesEdit

Games from Clubhouse Games have been re-released in five-game collections for the Nintendo DSi through the DSiWare download service. The DSi series is titled Template:Nihongo in Japan, A Little Bit Of... All Time Classics in the PAL region, and Clubhouse Games Express in North America. All of the versions came out with the pop music set, all player icons, and the stamps and golden color for the chat mode pre-unlocked, yet, one still has to unlock the game designs.

  • Template:Nihongo consists of Old Maid, Spit, Sevens, Memory, and I Doubt It. It was released in Japan on December 24, 2008. In North America it is known as Clubhouse Games Express: Family Favorites which includes Hearts, Contract Bridge, Dominoes, Ludo, and Dots and Boxes. It was released on September 7, 2009 [6] and in the PAL regions on November 6, 2009 titled A Little Bit of... All Time Classics: Family Games.
  • Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics (Template:Nihongo in Japan) consists of Blackjack, five-card draw, two variants of Last Card (referred to as Last Card and Last Card Plus), and President. It was released in Japan on January 28, 2009, in North America on April 27, 2009[7] and in the PAL regions on October 30, 2009 titled A Little Bit of... All Time Classics: Card Classics.
  • Template:Nihongo consists of Turncoat (Reversi), hasami shogi, Connect Five, shogi, and Koi-Koi. It was released in Japan on February 25, 2009. In North America it is known as Clubhouse Games Express: Strategy Pack which includes Backgammon, Field Tactics, Turncoat, Connect Five and Grid Attack. It was released on September 21, 2009.[8] and in the PAL regions on November 20, 2009 titled A Little Bit of... All Time Classics: Strategy Pack.


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