Game mode: single / multiplayer
Multiplayer mode: Internet / split screen / common screen, players: 1-4
game language: English
game release date for Switch:
51 Worldwide Games is a set of dozens of party games - including board and card games, but there are also classics such as checkers and chess - that have been converted to a digital form. The Japanese company Nintendo is responsible for the development and release of this game.
51 Worldwide Games is actually a set of dozens of games, so the gameplay mechanics here is dependent on the form of entertainment chosen. We have a choice of classic card games, chess, dice, checkers, but also some more arcade activities such as darts. The interface is simple and mainly requires the selection of specific elements on the screen, although in some cases we can also use a touch screen or unique joy-con functions - such as motion control or HD Rumble vibrations.
It's worth noting that each game is accompanied by an introduction, in which all the rules governing the game are explained step by step.
In 51 Worldwide Games we can play alone or with others. In multiplayer mode, the number of players depends on the selected game, but as a rule, 1-4 users can participate in the game simultaneously. A special Mosaic Mode is also an interesting option, that we can use in a local multiplayer. It allows you to place up to four consoles next to each other, which together form one playing area.
51 Worldwide Games has simple graphics that combine two and three-dimensional elements. The graphics focuses on presenting the elements necessary for fun, such as the game table, cards or pawns. The game looks neat and clear, but there is no need to look for anything that would make a special impression on a player.