Top 10 Solo Board Games for New Gamers | The Best Simple, Lightweight, Welcoming, Solitare Games - cutlassboardgame.com

Top 10 Solo Board Games for New Gamers | The Best Simple, Lightweight, Welcoming, Solitare Games

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This is a list of my favorite simple solo games of all time. You might call them gateway games or welcoming games, but these lightweight solo board games are perfect for new gamers.

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#9 03:03
#8 04:24
#7 06:33
#6 08:34
#5 10:48
#4 11:55
#3 13:28
#2 15:04
#1 16:13
Final Thoughts 18:07

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15 Comments

  1. There was a few there that I hadnt heard of that I will try and pick up! Thanks for the great video 😊

  2. Love your recommendations! Wish I would have found you a year ago. I started with final girl 😂

  3. If I want a light weight solo I always go for "Horrified: Universal Monsters" or " Heat pedal to the metal".If I want to play hard I get a "Final Girl" game out.

  4. Great list. Clean graphics and well demoed! I discovered solo at the end of COVID but have been playing more over the past year or so but haven’t heard of half of these games. I’m not interested in the large sprawling time consuming games like Mage Knight or Robinson Caruso, so this list is PERFECT for me with their generally small footprint. This gets a Sub from the first watch. I play Onirim occasionally but I Love Sprawlopolis with or without expansions (of which I acquired all). Aggopolis is just as you said, the same but different theme, although there is an expansion called Combopolis that allows you to combine them in one game. Rove is another great Button Shy game you should try although you should probably make a whole video on that publisher. My other small favs are Tin Helm (Iron Helm’s little brother), The Gate (their “cousin”?) and Doom Machine. For an even smaller footprint try One Card Dungeon. For no footprint, I’d recommend Palm Island. Great video. Looking forward to the next!

  5. Is Cafe an older version of Coffee Roaster?

  6. Is Cafe an older version of Coffee Roaster?

  7. I like the look of Lost Expedition. It appeals to the kid in me as it reminds me strongly of the Tin Tin (and others) graphic books from my youth (54 now). Definitely have to look into it.

  8. I like the look of Lost Expedition. It appeals to the kid in me as it reminds me strongly of the Tin Tin (and others) graphic books from my youth (54 now). Definitely have to look into it.

  9. Great list. Clean graphics and well demoed! I discovered solo at the end of COVID but have been playing more over the past year or so but haven’t heard of half of these games. I’m not interested in the large sprawling time consuming games like Mage Knight or Robinson Caruso, so this list is PERFECT for me with their generally small footprint. This gets a Sub from the first watch. I play Onirim occasionally but I Love Sprawlopolis with or without expansions (of which I acquired all). Aggopolis is just as you said, the same but different theme, although there is an expansion called Combopolis that allows you to combine them in one game. Rove is another great Button Shy game you should try although you should probably make a whole video on that publisher. My other small favs are Tin Helm (Iron Helm’s little brother), The Gate (their “cousin”?) and Doom Machine. For an even smaller footprint try One Card Dungeon. For no footprint, I’d recommend Palm Island. Great video. Looking forward to the next!

  10. Thank you for this,I whant to explore more solo game me being new to the hobby.

  11. what about Friday v simple rules just hard to beat .

  12. I used to own Lost Expedition. I loved the artwork(still do), but not once did I win a game. So sadly it had to move on.

  13. Ai opponent Roland Wright!! I'll buy the horse racing game for that alone 😂

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