Solitaire Games on Your Table: September 2016
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September 2016




The Home of “Together, We Game Alone”


If you are new to this list and just happened to stumble upon this by accident: Hello! We're glad to have you here! Take a look around, make yourself at home, and join in on the fun!
Feel free to post games you've played, comment on the games posted by others, and join the general discussion at the bottom of the page. If you are a regular: Glad to have you back and.. well, you know what to do!

Guidelines
1. Play a solo game, or a multi-player game solo.
2. Post an entry on this geeklist and tell us about it.
3. Be nice, but most of all have fun.
4. See something you like? Give it a thumb.

A recent trend (which is by no means mandatory) is to include a thumbsup and one or two thumbsdown describing pros and cons of the game you have played.
Need to keep the wallet safe somehow and that might help a bit!



AUTUMN IS BACK!!

It is my favorite season of the year, but people are strange and prefer summer. So, for September, this is my challenge to you all:


GEEKGOLD GIVEAWAYbagbagbag

I'll give 50 GG each week of the month to the user that gives the most convincing/funny/weird reason why autumn is better than summer. The GG will go to the most thumbedup answer. I hope we'll see some funny stuff.

EDIT 3rd/SEPT/2016: Just to make it clearer, the first item posted on the list (by me) is the place to leave comments for the Autumn is better GG Giveaway. For those who already commented on your GL items, don't worry. Since I'm awarding GG each week, just wait until Monday, and copy-paste your reasons.

SGOYT Resources

1 Player guild: Home Base for Solitaire Gaming

Solitaire Games on Your Table Monthly Geeklist SUBSCRIPTION THREAD: So you never miss another month

Solo RPGs on Your Table Monthly Geeklist SUBSCRIPTION THREAD: For those of you who like role playing

2016 Solo Challenges SUBSCRIPTION: Join the rest of us in failing to get high scores whilst competing against each other

2015 People's Choice Top 100 Solo Games: lock up your wallet before you click here

Solitaire Recommendations For Your Table: general recommendations by genre

The Solo Games Chain of Generosity: a wonderful way to pay it forward

1 Player Guild Trading Post: buy, sell, or trade with other 1PG’ers

SGOYT made me buy this!: what did you buy and who do you blame?

SoloPlay Variants Posted on the Geek: who needs an official variant?

Solitaire Games on Your Table Spreadsheet: All the SGOYT data you could ask for

sgoyt.onesuponagame.com: Aggregation of each list's games by Ones Upon a Game, a wonderful tool!


Future SGOYT hosts:

October 2016:
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February 2017:
March 2017 and beyond: TBA


Enough babbling. LET'S GET IT ON!!
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1. Board Game: Autumn Leaves [Average Rating:6.12 Unranked]
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This first entry is where I'll communicate the winners of the 50GG each sunday of the month, and on the 30th.

Have fun!!


EDIT: Yep, Andi, you're right. It'll be easier to track down if everybody makes a comment here when posting something.


EDIT 4th/SEPT./2016: THE FIRST WINNER IS...
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With 13 thumbs to his post (the second post of the comments). Congratulations!

EDIT 11th/SEPT./2016: THE SECOND WINNER IS...
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with 7 thumbs to his post. Congratulations!!


EDIT 18th/SEPT./2016: THE THIRD WINNER IS...

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with 12 thumbs to his post. Congratulations!!


EDIT 25th/SEPT./2016: THE FOURTH WINNER IS...

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...the grey rain-curtain turned all to silver glass and was rolled back, and he beheld white shores and beyond them a far green country under a swift sunrise.
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with 6 thumbs to his post. Congratulations!!


EDIT 30th/SEPT./2016: THE LAST WINNER IS...



with 11 thumbs to his post. Congratulations!!

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2. Board Game: Mosby's Raiders: Guerilla Warfare in the Civil War [Average Rating:6.57 Overall Rank:4234]
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3. Board Game: Merrill's Marauders: Commandos in Burma 1943-1944 [Average Rating:6.35 Overall Rank:14180]
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It's out on the table now. I'm going to do a video about it.
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4. Board Game: Space Vermin From Beyond! [Average Rating:7.76 Unranked]
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5. Board Game: Festung Europa: The Campaign for Western Europe, 1943-1945 [Average Rating:6.88 Overall Rank:8153]
Board Game: Festung Europa: The Campaign for Western Europe, 1943-1945
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This came in the mail last week and I have been working through my first campaign game.

This was a shot from earlier:

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Now, I am in summer 1944. Overlord is about to begin. The Allies took Sicily and are on the outskirts of Rome, which is about where they historically were around this time, so far, so good.

Lots of fun. This is the best introduction to the Paths of Glory card driven system: all of the fun, none of the fiddliness.
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6. Board Game: Hands in the Sea [Average Rating:7.92 Overall Rank:1625]
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This also came out last week -- the two most anticipated games of the last couple of years converged.

I already played a game solo, played a game against an opponent and shot a review video. This is one of the greatest games I have ever played and I've been playing it (playtesting) for 3 years. As soon as Festung Europa wraps up, I'll have this back out and playing it. I see these two games dominating the table for most of the month.

Here is shot from my last solo game:

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and my review for the game:

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7. Board Game: Friday [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:397]
Board Game: Friday
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I'm new to this whole "GeekList" thing, and to solo gaming as well, so let me know if there's anything I mess up here.

With that said, I'll be the one to add Friday this month (since I assume this is a perennial member). It was my first solo game, and I played it for the first time this past month. I enjoyed the solo gaming so much that I since went out and purchased both Mage Knight Board Game and Space Hulk: Death Angel – The Card Game, because I may one day get my wife to play those with me as well, and impulse control is hard.

As for the actual game, it was a blast!

thumbsup Smooth mechanics; I felt right at home having played deckbuilders in the past, and the way that you need to improve your deck by both winning AND losing against hazards adds some interesting choices.
thumbsup Quick play and small footprint. I don't always get a huge chunk of time to play games, and this game was easy to pull out, play a round, and put it back away in the space of one episode of something on television.
thumbsup Scaling difficulty and replayability. The second point is more conjecture on my part than experience, but with the ability to scale the difficulty somewhat by adding worse cards to the deck, and the way you pick a different pair of "end bosses" each time, it seems like this game could still be challenging and fresh for quite some time.
thumbsup Price. I would be remiss to not mention that this is a game you can easily find for less than $20, and it's not unreasonable to expect to find it for around $10, particularly if used. It's definitely a reason why I chose it as my entry into solo gaming.

thumbsdown Abnormal card size. This is a personal complaint more than anything, but coming from an MTG background, I much prefer to sleeve any cards that I will be shuffling often. Friday doesn't require too much shuffling, and the tall cards work well with the way Hazards work, but I kinda wish I could slip on some sleeves for quick mash shuffling.
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8. Board Game: Legendary Encounters: An Alien Deck Building Game [Average Rating:7.78 Overall Rank:111] [Average Rating:7.78 Unranked]
Board Game: Legendary Encounters: An Alien Deck Building Game
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Very well known game, I know, but I'm kinda new around here and I'm enjoying this game so much I figured I'd share .

Browsing through BGG and some youtube I eventually landed on this and it immediately piqued my interest. Before discovering this game I had only seen the first 2 Alien movies, now I've seen them all goo. I really enjoyed being able to watch Alien 3 for example, and follow up by playing the movie in the game. This game is so thematic, even the mechanics remind you of the movies or their atmosphere: the Hive deck advancing relentlessly, the sudden Events or Hazards, the damn facehuggers! I'm just loving it so far.

To summarize:

thumbsup Incredibly thematic
thumbsup Very good replayability
thumbsup Challenging
thumbsup Epic combos, even when soloing
thumbsdown Kinda forces you to play 2 hands if you want to make use of mechanics like Coordinate (I didn't and it's still ok though)
thumbsdown Wish there was a bit more variety within the barrack decks, sometimes it feels like you were seeing the same 2 or 3 cards all game (I guess this can be fixed by mixing Alien with other Legendary Encounters games? Haven't tried this yet)

As you can see, I really like this game and as one of my first solo plays of a boardgame I must say I'm glad I tried it as soon as I did. I'll keep playing this and I plan to try Marvel, Predator and Firefly as soon as posible too.

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9. Board Game: Terraforming Mars [Average Rating:8.43 Overall Rank:4]
Board Game: Terraforming Mars
Steve Lett
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I picked this up at Gen Con a few weeks ago and had been itching to get it to the table.

The solitaire rules are essentially the same as the multi-player game, except the cards that allow you to mess with other players don't do as much and the game starts with a couple of neutral cities.

A nice addition to the solo version is that you have to fully terraform the planet within a certain number of generations (rounds) or you lose. Beyond that, your success is based on your final score.

I ended up completing the terraform by the second to last round and ended with a score of 108. I have no basis for whether this was good or bad, but at least I didn't lose.

Overall, the game was a lot of fun. As I had not previously played this game, it was cool to see how all of the cards worked together to build your economy. I'll definitely give solo mode a few more tries, but I think this game will really shine with more players to interact with.
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10. Board Game: I, Spy [Average Rating:7.26 Overall Rank:4300]
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Here are a few snapshots of a solo game of I, Spy using my Cloak and Dagger solo rules.

I, Spy is a unique and really enjoyable game about espionage in pre-WWI Europe. It was Kickstarted in a fairly small campaign about two years ago, but I didn't find out about it until recently. I think for a lot of folks it's flown under their radar, which is a shame as it's a great game - multiplayer or solo!

In the solo game you're playing against two AI opponents: Esperanza O'Nage, an intriguing woman of mystery (those closest to her call her “Espy”), and Charles Carruthers (the hero of The Riddle of the Sands, published in 1903, generally accepted as the first spy novel).

Here's a view of the solo game set up:
Board Game: I, Spy


By turn 3 I've recruited a police inspector as an asset, but Germany, the nation I'm aligned with, is already starting to lag behind in influence:
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Madame O'Nage, aligned with France, is faring pretty well after the first scoring phase:
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"Stuck around St. Petersburg, when I saw it was a time for a change" - I've tagged my opponent Carruthers as I head west, and then gotten some funds from my contact in Paris:
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With the help of a customs officer in her employ, Madame O'Nage travels from Paris to Berlin to pass some info to her French contact there, recruiting another agent before escaping by airship!:
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Russia is leading in influence despite Gavrilo Princip's machinations; meanwhile I need to spend all that money I've got to recruit more assets for Germany:
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Starting adjacent to Madame O'Nage, I reveal her French alignment and extort some money from her before traveling to Budapest, where I make contact with Mata Hari and recruit a bounty hunter:
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thumbsup Really enjoyable multiplayer or solo.
thumbsup Very thematic, and it's a pretty unique theme at that.
thumbsup Lots of choices, but moves along pretty quickly.
thumbsup Lots of interaction - opportunities for sabotage, blackmail, extortion, scandalizing, etc.
thumbsup Inclusion of lots of actual personalities from the period (as political figures and contact agents) brings a surprising amount of history into the game - many of their capabilities are based on their real-life exploits.
thumbsup Asymmetrical national alignments and random hidden set-up of political figures means lots of replayability, with no "perfect" strategy.

thumbsdown Some graphical choices seem too generic.
thumbsdown Not that many people know about it!

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11. Board Game: Dungeon Solitaire: Tomb of the Four Kings [Average Rating:6.86 Overall Rank:8658]
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I follow the what did you play this week geeklist and I saw this game on BGG user Carthoris' list, so thanks to him for introducing me to the game. I love a fantasy theme and enjoy traditional card games.

I played five games of it tonight. I only survived 1 out of 5, scoring 37 points the game I survived. You technically only win if you find all four kings, but you can keep trying to beat your high score.

I like it. It's a nice game to just kick back and watch how the game unfolds. I see myself playing this a lot on lazy evenings relaxing.

I liked it enough that I ordered the sequel Dungeon Solitaire: Labyrinth of Souls on Amazon. It seems to have a lot more to it. It will be nice to have a themed deck. I still might try to order my own custom deck for the basic game, depending on how much that is.


This is the first solitaire game that I've ever tried to learn and actually had enough desire to complete it. The other two were The Barbarossa Campaign and Space Hulk: Desth Angel. Maybe I'll have to give space hulk another go. It's been 4 years since I last tried that one.


thumbsup the game plays quickly and has simple rules.

thumbsdown you can also die very quickly. (I don't really see this as that bad of a negative. I was just trying to put somethin.)
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12. Board Game: Castle Panic [Average Rating:6.66 Overall Rank:994]
Board Game: Castle Panic
Clay Skaggs
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I like tower defense video games but I sat on the fence with Castle Panic for quite a while. I finally broke down and bought it along with both expansions and I'm glad I did. I've been playing this for the past few days and I love that my wins and losses have all been close.

I enjoy the simplicity of rules and the random draw of monster tiles. Combined with the random card draw, sometimes it seems like a losing game from the get go, but I like trying to prove myself wrong on that.

Looking forward to seeing how the expansions will change things. With the expansions and the multiple variants to change the difficulty, I know I will definitely get my money's worth.
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13. Board Game: The Castles of Burgundy: The Card Game [Average Rating:7.05 Overall Rank:697]
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First time post to go along with my first time play of The Castles of Burgundy: The Card Game. This is my first Feld experience and I enjoyed it very much!

Autumn is perfect at Estate Tablehog in the Loire Valley. The grapes are ripe for harvesting and creating delicious wine. The weather is nice and cool. Kicking back my noble feet and watching the peasants work in the mine, construct the castle, and trade goods is always fulfilling. It's too much work watching them sweat endlessly in the summer and it's too warm to drink wine. Three cheers for Autumn!

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People mentioned the table space being an issue for this game and it does take up quite a bit.

From gallery of Dstanely


Going into round 4. I felt pretty good that I was going to beat Aaron. I had a terrible draw and couldn't do much with my turn. I restocked and headed into the last round.

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Aaron hit some triples and the cloisters really hurt. I lost my first foray 28-26.

Fantastic game and with not having played the original, I can really appreciate this one for what it is! Highly recommend it for the cost. Just make sure you have some table space!
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Board Game: Operation Dauntless: The Battles for Fontenay and Rauray, France, June 1944
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This is waiting at the Post Office for me, I will get this later today and it is going straight on the table. Update of the Red Winter: The Soviet Attack at Tolvajärvi, Finland – 8-12 December 1939 rules but now in Normandy. I'm hoping to play through the 10 tutorials to really get a handle on the game then dive into the scenarios and campaign.

Clear that the designer put a heap of effort into this game as the supporting material that comes with it shows. Lovely to look at as well, I'll be posting pictures don't worry!

I wasn't sold on the earlier game as the Soviet-Finnish war doesn't do anything for me, Normandy on the other hand is right in my wheelhouse.
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15. Board Game: The Lamps Are Going Out [Average Rating:7.56 Overall Rank:4078]
Board Game: The Lamps Are Going Out
Kevin L. Kitchens
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Russians are in Prussia!!!

Only in the second turn but loving it. Germans weakened on the east front and Russia forced them to retreat. Too early to lose an army permanently.

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16. Board Game: The Lamps Are Going Out [Average Rating:7.56 Overall Rank:4078]
Board Game: The Lamps Are Going Out
George Pattison
United States
Odenton
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I just got it a couple of weeks ago. Currently, working 54 hours a week, so I haven't had much time to dig into it.

Even with all the work time, I got to Spring 1915. I watched the Schlieffen Plan peter out in front of Paris after the Germans had rolled through Belgium and over the Somme using the benefits of the plan and their superior mobilization. The Russians tried to attack East Prussia and failed, and Austria-Hungary destroyed Serbia after the Serbians attacked them. The German East Asiatic Squadron is also on the lose, and things have bogged down into trench warfare with each side looking for a technological breakthrough to break the developing stalemate.

This game feels like every history that I've read about WWI. The Central Powers and the Triple Entente are evenly matched in production in the game which makes the fact that Germany would go to war and depend on the strength of a plan seem pretty pointless. I am interested to see whether Germany can keep the US from intervening.

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17. Board Game: Legions of Darkness [Average Rating:6.79 Overall Rank:6108]
Board Game: Legions of Darkness
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Got this set up to play. Just got two months ago during the VPG July sale with the expansion. I enjoy the other games in the SOS series so I figure I would get this and try it out. I enjoy the fantasy theme. Will post an update and thoughts after I am finished.



UPDATE!!!
Okay played two games of this. First game I just played the basic with the recommended heroes. I only made to the seventh space on the time track before being overrun at the gates.

The second game I decided to use the random setup for the 1st scenario and rolled a one which is the same setup as I had before. My heroes were different though as they were drawn randomly. Once again I only made it to the seventh space on the time track before being overrun.


I really enjoyed this. I feel like there is a decent amount of things to do on your turn. Of course you can only do so many actions. Cannot wait to play it more and actually beat the game and then throw in the expansion.
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18. Board Game: Field Commander: Napoleon [Average Rating:7.71 Overall Rank:1512]
Board Game: Field Commander: Napoleon
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Richmond
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This is still on my table from last month but now I am at the end: my Waterloo has arrived.

It has been a rough road but once I complete this play I will have finally played through all the campaigns in order. thumbsup

This current session has been uneven. Solid result in 1812 and 1813 but total disaster in 1814 as the allies occupied Paris in February shake Having only one cavalry unit completely removes the teeth from the sweep insight yuk
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19. Board Game: Agricola [Average Rating:7.96 Overall Rank:29]
Board Game: Agricola
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Wrapping up the card design on Artscow now for a 1P solo variant I developed for Agricola called "Gric Local Farmers". I've created a standalone mode and campaign. Will have it posted and available before next SGoyT. First time I've gone through the effort of taking one of my variants and putting together a rulebook and real cards/art. If folks enjoy it, I'll take some of my other variants and do the same as well. (Clash of Cultures is in flight and will be next though).
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20. Board Game: Onirim (Second Edition) [Average Rating:7.12 Overall Rank:557]
Board Game: Onirim (Second Edition)
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Newport
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Played with the Dreamcatcher module for the first time, hoping to reduce shuffling. That was the only module I used, so I could adjust to it.
It doesn't quite reduce the shuffling as much as I'd like, but it does reduce it (I think... Removed 5 shuffles, and I could have removed a sixth but chose not to). Bit of an improvement to the decision space for me, without eating into that relaxing medative quality the game has too much (if at all).

Rules are unclear, however - Does searching through the deck force a release, or make a release optional? It uses the word 'can' at one point but then the rest of the rules act as if you must. Played as if it forced a release. I lost, all lost dreams , but ran out of deck before I was able to find the final tan door (Very close, though; had the end of the deck cards come in slightly better order, or I played just slightly better leading into the final 11 cards or so, I'd have won)

thumbsup Very relaxing gameplay, and the Dreamcatcher module adds some extra decision space proceedings without removing that.
thumbsdown Slight ambiguity in the rules of Dreamcatcher module, also a typo where it tells me to 'shuffle the 8 lost dreams into the deck' when the module contents lists four of them.
thumbsdown Dreamcatcher module doesn't reduce the shuffling as much as I was hoping, still a ridiculous amount of shuffling in this game as such.
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21. Board Game: The Ancient World [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:1229]
Board Game: The Ancient World
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Contrast and compare - less rain in Ryan's world I'd bet


Snagged this at a bit of a bargain price on eBay a while back as I love the look of the thing and thought the gameplay might be interesting enough for my better half.

I then discovered 1PG's very own Elemeeple Ava had done a simple browser based AI for it.

With the kids back at school yesterday I finally got some time today to give it a spin and I liked it. The AI (who I kept calling Ava) was a mean player and blocked me quite often just exactly where I wanted to go, especially early on when I only had 3 citizens and she had all 5. Plus it worked great on my iPad so hardly took up any table space.

The AI places 5 citizens first each round then you take your actions. At the end of each round the AI takes a titan (browser shows which) plus the rightmost Empire card. The top district card and the rightmost military card get discarded.

When the game ended I had 18 points and Ava had 18 too! In the end I gave the win to the AI for having the most cards.

I did hamper myself though, early on I bought the district card that gives you 1 coin each time the player to your left defeats a Titan, smart I thought as the AI takes a Titan each round but then I promptly forgot to take the coin for at least the first 4 rounds. Not so smart now, are you Ibbo?


<summary>I enjoyed the game using the browser AI from the games' files section. It's a good challenge and great to be able to play a non-solo game you own alone.</summary>
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22. Board Game: Leaving Earth [Average Rating:7.82 Overall Rank:542]
Board Game: Leaving Earth
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Saint Louis
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I picked up a copy of Leaving Earth a few days ago and it has barely left the table. The game models the space race from 1956-1976, with 1-5 players attempting to develop & improve technologies, explore space, discover planets, and send out astronauts to complete missions. The "board" itself is made up on cards, with several locations (Moon, Mars, Venus, etc.) having different versions that will appear each game.

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Each game starts with a certain number of mission points available to claim. These could be for simple things like sending a probe to the Moon, or for much more complex things like sending a man to Mars and back. Your goal in the solitaire game is to earn more than half of the available points in the game. You can modify the difficulty by changing the distribution of easy, medium, and hard missions.

In the game, each year begins with you receiving $25 million in funding. You use this money to research new technologies (types of rockets, life support, etc.), purchase equipment, and improve your existing technologies. This latter idea is central to the gameplay and is a very cool element. Typically, each technology will come with 3 outcome cards. This can either be Success, Minor Failure, or Major Failure. Every time you use that technology, you randomly draw a card and depending on the technology the outcome will have an effect. For example, when launching a rocket a success lets you use it for thrust, a minor failure damages the rocket and it provides no thrust, and a major failure destroys the rocket and the entire spacecraft. However, you are able to pay to remove these cards from the technologies to ensure that you have success cards, or gain an automatic success if all cards are removed. This costs money though, so there is a balance between spending your funding on new rockets or improving your ability to use your technology.

A big part of the game is mission planning, and this basically involves doing addition & multiplication to determine what rockets you need for your mission. A key concept is that a rocket has a mass of its own and a thrust it can provide. In addition, each movement in the game has a difficulty. So for a difficulty of 3, you need 3 thrust for every unit of mass you want to move. This starts out simple....OK I need these rockets to launch a probe to space. Where it really gets fun is trying to figure out mass optimization to leave goods in orbit for portions of the mission, or using ion thrusters that increase in power based on the number of years of the journey.

The game is beautiful and thematic. Equipment can fail, astronauts can be exposed to solar radiation, rockets are expensive and it is devastating to see your giant rocket explode on the launch pad. It provides a challenging puzzle for a solo experience and is very engaging to play. I have been able to complete most of my solo games in around 1.5 hrs. I can highly recommend it if the idea of doing some math to optimize mission doesn't turn you off.

thumbsup Wonderful artwork and perfect theme integration.
thumbsup Variable difficulties to adjust to your skill level
thumbsup Fantastic balance between pushing your luck on technologies and thoroughly testing them.
thumbsup Already has a large expansion that adds the Outer Planets and other challenging gameplay elements.

thumbsdownCan be quite math heavy. It is simple math, but if this doesn't appeal to you it may not be the game for you.
thumbsdown Made by a small self-publisher, so the component quality isn't the highest.
thumbsdown A bit pricey (but worth it in my opinion)

There are several playthrough videos on Youtube that you can check out to see how the game plays. Take a look at this game, solitaire players won't regret it!
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23. Board Game: Sylvion [Average Rating:7.13 Overall Rank:1006]
Board Game: Sylvion
Simon Maynard
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Defend the forest from raging fire elementals who want only to burn it to the ground. Plant more trees, place fountains strategically and enlist the help of the animals to help protect the forest.

Bought this last week and have since been playing it frequently, trying the different modules and optional ways of playing it. Apparently you can play the optional modules individually or combine them all together as you wish. That's what I'm going to do next; throw them all in and see how challenging it is.
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24. Board Game: Agricola [Average Rating:7.96 Overall Rank:29]
Board Game: Agricola
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Hancock
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These games were part of: My 2016 Solo Challenge. Been playing a lot, but not posting. Poor internet, and busy family stuff the main reasons.

Played 2 games of this, using the box campaign. Used the I, E, K, decks all shuffled together.

Game 1:
Game was close. 51 out of 50. Needed to get my fifth person a one round sooner. Went field and grain route due to the Grain Cart, which gives 3 grain when taking the Take 1 Grain Action. Did well with Grain, Sheep, Boar, Stone House, and Family Members. No cattle or veggies lowered score

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Permanent Occupation: Stone Carrier
Did better than expected, but overall poorly. I lost 49 out of 55 goal. Predicted this would be a tough round based on the occupation and major improvement draw. It was. Nothing was compatible, and all cards helped later in the game. Blubbered my way badly through the early rounds. Finally popped out a bunch of kids and ramped up the farm, but it was too little too late.

thumbsup I always enjoy my plays of this more than I expect.
thumbsup Solo game can play very quickly, an hour or less, depending on setup.
thumbsup This campaign of building up occupations to beat higher scores adds something that most Euro games lack: progression.
thumbsup So many different strategies based on card draw.

thumbsdown Only one real critique, but it's big: Card draw always affects gameplay, and if you draw all early or all late card effects, it can severely effect winning and losing. I knew victory would be difficult for Game 2, and I dislike that type of predictability.

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25. Board Game: Ottoman Sunset: The Great War in the Near East [Average Rating:7.33 Overall Rank:2291] [Average Rating:7.33 Unranked]
Board Game: Ottoman Sunset: The Great War in the Near East 1914-1918
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Yup. Ottoman Sunset. Again. It's that good.

Anyways I'll be playing something different these days, after my third victory in a row, off the charts with 34 VPs (Better leave while you are ahead)

I had some crazy good rolls and the event order wasn't too punishing.


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My main candidates for next plays are some unplayed titles such as Onirim (Second Edition), Dawn of the Zeds (Third Edition) & Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Rise of the Runelords – Base Set
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