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Table for One Episode 12 – 2016 Solo Gaming Gift Guide

Anthony and Jason are back with Episode 12 this week, featuring our 2016 solo gaming gift guide. As a companion to our big BGA gift guide, this week’s Table for One episode will focus on 10 games we feel are sufficiently under the radar, off the beaten path, or not necessarily dedicated solo games that you may not have heard of or realized fit the mold.

To start, we’ll introduce our Mt Rushmore of solo games – the five games you hear us talk about all the time and that we want to mention, but not clog up all of our lists with. Then we’ll dive into the ten games that Anthony and Jason have chosen that are a perfect fit for your gaming gifts. Whether you plan on buying a solo game for a friend and want to be sure they can play it with others or want to lure them into solo gaming with a multiplayer game that has a solo mode or variant, we have you covered – with a nice mix of heavy and light games to choose from.

And of course, make sure to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter (@BGAPodcast), and on our guild on BoardGameGeek.

And if you haven’t yet, we really appreciate your reviews on iTunes! Help more people find this podcast and discover the world of solo gaming.

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    Anthony lives and plays games in Pittsburgh, PA. A lover of complex strategy, two player war games, and area control, Anthony is always eager to try a new game, even if he's on rule-reading duty.

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