7 Unique Ways to Convince Your Friends to Play Board Games

Something most board gamers face is a poor reception when their "strange" hobby gets brought up among friends, the general public, family, etc.  You...

The Most Forlorn/Dusty Games On My Shelf(and why!)

The Battle at Kemble's Cascade Every year something about Z-man games has me captivated.  Every year they have one gave that rises to the top...

Games on the Horizon #1 3-16-15

In this series, I preview some upcoming games that are relevant to the solo player audience and give my thoughts on them. Mistfall Mistfall is a...

The 4 Types of Solitaire Variants in Board Games

Every game I research that has been out for at least 2 months and isn't from 1967 has a solitaire variant, usually multiples ones,...

Extended Thoughts of Glass Road & Reviews Coming Soon

Over the past few days I have been binging on the solo version of Glass Road.  I do not know why I had the...

Warhammer Quest: Adventure Card Game Review

Some of the best things in life are the result of combining two things that were, in of themselves, already pretty good. Peanut Butter and...

Pandemic: The Cure Review – Solo Perspective

The world is under attack by four deadly diseases--grab your carry on, your radiation suit, and get ready to save the world or die...

Morels Solo Variant Report

Morels is normally a head to head two player game where players travel through a forest and try to gather mushrooms and cook them...

The Amazing Accessibility of Board Games

There are many ways to describe it: accessibility, barrier to entry, initial investment, startup cost, and so on. Lets say you were frozen for 50...