One of my most anticipated games of the year has finally arrived and I’ve been playing it a lot. So this week’s episode of Table for One is going to look exclusively at A Feast for Odin. The newest from Uwe Rosenberg in his “so big it can crush a tin can” line of worker placement games, A Feast for Odin has one of the few solo variants that feels natural and exciting and offers the kind of high replayability that is rare in most euros with a solo mode.
Because of the size and depth of this game, this week’s episode is going to be exclusively about A Feast for Odin, along with some comparisons to other recent releases from Rosenberg, including Caverna and Fields of Arle – both of which have official solo variants. I’ll look at how the three compare and which is most likely to actually hit the table now that A Feast for Odin is out.
If you’re not a big euro gamer and want to know when you hear more about other types of solo games, it won’t be long! Check back next week when we’ll be talking about Daedalus Sentence and Mechs vs. Minions. I’ll also have a full written review of A Feast for Odin up soon for both solo and multiplayer play.
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