Top Ten Solo Games
Feel less alone with a board game on your table.
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10 Imperial Settlers
As one of world's major powers you've discovered some new land full to the brim with resources and opportunities. You move there, as do other major powers and soon that bit of new land is no longer enough for all of you. Over five rounds can you build the greatest empire to win the day?
9 Robinson Crusoe: Adventure on the Cursed Island
A game for those who want to see if they could survive being stranded on a desert island without the actual threat of imminent death. Build a shelter, find food and deal with changing weather. Ahh, island-life.
We know that mountaineering alone is not recommended. But sometimes the mountain itch needs scratching and your buddies are no where to be seen. Safely see your climbers to the summit of K2 - deal with weather, depleting oxygen and the fierceness of the climb.
7 Samurai Spirit
Hey there fierce samurai - your village is under attack from a horde of bandits. Strike a balance between fighting bandits, defending the village or assisting other samurai.
6 Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective
A game that keeps true to the world of Sherlock Holmes, give your grey matter a thorough work-out as you puzzle your way through a series of unsolved mysteries. There are no dice and no luck - only your mental agility will see you through.
5 Mage Knight
For the Epic Fantasy lover in you, break out Mage Knight for some awesome fantasy action. Explore, build an army, cast spells, delve dungeons and conquer cities. Plus you get to play with miniatures all alone without a losing a hint of your street cred.
4 Ghost Stories
Without doubt one of the hardest games to beat. Sounds simple enough, there's a village where the Lord of Hell's ashes are kept. The ghosts want to grab the ashes and restore the Hell Lord. Only you as a Taoist monk can stop them. Kill the Ghosts! Protect the Villagers!
3 Sentinels of the Multiverse
Can you, all on your little lonesome, defend the multiverse from the mad scientist and his minions? Or from giant rampaging robots? Can you? Can you? Step this way hero and find out.
You are Friday of Robinson Crusoe fame. Your task is to help Robinson survive and battle the pirates. A neat deck-buidling game designed just for one player. Not an easy game with ramping difficulty levels for added challenge.
1 Elder Sign
Looking for an evening battling against Ancient Ones? Grab your investigator, some tools and all the occult knowledge you can muster. Locate the Elder Signs before we are all doomed. You could pick this or Arkham Horror or Eldritch Horror, depending how long you want to spend setting up and playing.