In a surprise Nintendo Direct Mini in March, a successor to the DS’s Clubhouse Games was announced for the Switch, featuring nine more games than its predecessor. A new clip released by Nintendo has revealed that some of the Clubhouse Games classics play very differently on the Switch–and have more in common with Wii Sports.
While Clubhouse Games largely focuses on tabletop games including board games, dice, and cards, Nintendo has featured some more movement-focused games–namely darts and bowling.
Games like Bowling and Darts come to life with fun motion controls in #ClubhouseGames: 51 Worldwide Classics! Grab a Joy-Con controller and experience the excitement of lining up a bullseye in Darts, and carefully landing a strike in Bowling. pic.twitter.com/Fqxzh7qIDX
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) April 30, 2020
With the Switch’s motion controls, the bowling game in particular looks like a callback to Wii Sports.
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