Here Are Launch Patch Notes For Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (or 51 Worldwide Games as it’s known in Europe) arrived on the Nintendo Switch yesterday and like most other first-party titles, it’s been patched on release.

Nintendo has now shared the full details about Version 1.1.0 and Version 1.1.1 on its official support page:

Ver. 1.1.0 (Released June 5, 2020)

Online

  • By connecting to the internet, you now have two options: Play with Friends or Play with Anyone.
  • You can now use the voice chat feature in the Nintendo Switch Online voice app in Play with Friends.
  • Other players’ figures from around the world will be displayed on the Guide Globe, and you can view things like their recommended games and recent records.

General

  • Fixed a bug that caused the order of play and the game board to be switched when resuming a game of Chess or Shogi that was started in single-player mode with the setting “First Move: Random.”
  • Fixed a bug that caused the game to freeze when resuming a game of Darts that was started in single-player mode with the setting “First Move: Random.”
  • Fixed several other issues to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.

Ver. 1.1.1 (Released June 5, 2020)

General

  • Fixed an issue that occurred when playing Riichi Mahjong in either Local or Online Play. This issue caused the software to close if one player selected “Pon” and another player selected “Chi,” depending on which was selected first.
  • Fixed an issue that occurred when playing Riichi Mahjong in Play with Anyone. If a player completed a Double Twin Runs hand, this issue caused the Sevens Pairs hand to be prioritized instead.
  • Fixed an issue that occurred when playing Shogi or Mini Shogi in Play with Anyone. After selecting “No” in response to the “Promote?” prompt, this issue prevented the game from progressing if the next player didn’t take any action within a given amount of time.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the game from progressing if certain steps were performed in the “Learn a Game!” module for Shogi.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the game from progressing if certain steps were performed when playing Riichi Mahjong or Nine Men’s Morris in Play with Anyone.
  • Fixed several other issues to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.

If you haven’t actually bought the game yet, and are still unsure if it’s right for you – you can always try out the free version. This will give you access to four games, mosaic mode and local multiplayer.

Have you updated your own copy to the latest version yet? Noticed anything else? Comment below.

[source en-americas-support.nintendo.com]