- B-Team Sequel: The original Clubhouse Games and its Japanese variant Daredemo Asobi Taizen were created by Agenda. 51 Worldwide Classics was instead developed by NDcube, the studio behind the post-Hudson Soft Mario Party games.
- Divorced Installment: 6-Ball Puzzle first appeared in Mario Party 9 under the name Castle Clearout. In this game, 6-Ball Puzzle stayed the same, but all ties to the Mario series were removed.
- Image Source: For Shōgi.
- Same Content, Different Rating: In some countries, this game got a higher age rating because of the games that have simulated gambling.
- Sequel Gap: 15 years after the original Clubhouse Games in Japan, 14 for overseas regions.
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