, 2022-10-18 20:45:00,
Sitting down at a table with your friends for game night is such a great experience. Sadly, things sometimes get in the way of everyone being there. There are times when you’ll find yourself wanting to dive into a tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) but find that you’re the only one at the table.
Thankfully, there are not only a few one-player TTRPGs out there that take elements of games you love and modify them for solo play but also some fascinating genre-bending games that are based solely on a single-player experience.
10/10 Alone Among The Stars
Alone Among The Stars is a journal-based TTRPG where you travel along the galaxy and use your journal to describe what you find as you travel from planet to planet. Made to be pretty lighthearted, you can alter it to be heavier and darker if you want. This game is one of the better journal-based RPGs, thanks to its science fiction themes and its pretty loose play style where you can make the game what you will.
9/10 You Died
A three-act RPG with genre elements relating heavily to the soulsborne type of games, You Died is a grim look at fantasy role-playing. You are an adventurer created out of the area around a giant dead king.
It is a fun and dark time. You must climb up the former king’s corpse, fighting dark creatures also created from the king’s body. There are a lot…
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