Nintendo has just released another update for the recently released game compilation, Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. This updates the game to version 1.1.2.

According to Nintendo’s supports official patch notes, this fixes multiple issues with particular games, fixes several other issues to provide a more pleasant game experience, and also improves the stability of synchronous communication when playing the game online.

Below is the full rundown:

Ver. 1.1.2 (Released July 28, 2020)

General

  • In ludo, when there are no pieces on the board that can be moved, you can now only re-roll the dice the number of times that the Starting Threshold was set to.
  • Raised the maximum Play Count for each game from 99 to 999.
  • Improved the stability of synchronous communication when playing online.
  • In Riichi mahjong, fixed an issue that caused 1,000 points from the scoring stick to vanish when Ron was called at the same time as Riichi.
  • In Riichi mahjong, fixed an issue that allowed players to win by picking up a tile while in furiten.
  • In Riichi mahjong, fixed an issue that caused players to make a “Closed Kan,” which changed the tiles needed to win after calling Riichi.
  • In Renegade, fixed an issue where the CPU wouldn’t move, preventing the game from progressing.
  • In Texas Hold’em, fixed an issue with the process for determining priority when multiple players have the same hand.
  • In the Game Globe, fixed an issue that caused some information in the Personal Best section to be displayed incorrectly.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the game from progressing when certain steps were performed in Last Card, fishing, Riichi mahjong, Chinese checkers, billiards (9-Ball), checkers, chess, shogi, mini shogi, backgammon, and slot cars.
  • Fixed several other issues to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.

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