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Wingspan solo uses a virtual opponent called the Automa. You will be glad to know that the Wingspan Automa is one of the easiest to learn. The game has separate rules for multiplayer and solo which can be confusing. So here we go through how to play wingspan solo.
Trying to play Mysterium but the instructions for two players are a bit vague? In this article we take you step by step through how to play Mysterium with 2 players. The aim is to work together as ghost and two clairvoyants to work out who murdered the ghost.
Betrayal at House on the Hill is an amazing board game as you explore a haunted mansion you can feel the suspense build as the game progresses. This great game unfortunately is for 3-6 players. Luckily I am going to explain how to play Betrayal at House on the Hill with 2 players.
Pandemic Legacy is one of the most successful Legacy style board games. It is not like the traditional board games that you can play repeatedly forever. It is designed to play like a TV series. One series of games plays through the entire story. Read on to find out why you must play this game.
This article is perfect if you are struggling to build your steampunk airship and escape. I will reveal secrets and strategies to help you escape the Forbidden Desert. You’ll feel that rush of accomplishment you get when you have beaten a challening game. I even have a special section for those playing 5 players.
Blokus is a tetris-like game distributed by Mattel Games. The game is for 2-4 players and for ages 7+. This article describes two amazing variations on how to play blokus with 2 players. If you have the 4 player version of blokus then you’ll find out the best way to play blokus with two. Make sure you read the second one as this is the best version. Let’s take a look now.
How to score 6 in a row can be quite contentious. In this article we will clear up this rule and answer a few others too. We’ll also provide some killer tips and tricks.
Ticket to Ride Europe is the second in a long line of train travel board games designed by Alan R Moon. Travel across Europe claiming train routes between the great cities and gaining points. Get the most points by the end and you win the game. Find out how.
If you are a devoted Uno fan then you’ll know that playing it with 4 or 5 players is a blast. But did you know that you can play Uno with two people? It most certainly isn’t boring. I’ll explain how to play with 2 players and also the variations you’ll need to play.