The Top Single-Player Tabletop RPGs

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Alone Among The Stars

Alone Among The Stars is a journal-based TTRPG in which you travel through the galaxy and use your journal to describe what you discover as you go from planet to planet.

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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.

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Runecairn: Wardensaga

Another Soulsborne-inspired combat TTRPG, Runecairn: Wardensaga sends you on an adventure in a Nordic setting after a war changes the world's dynamics forever.

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Arkham Horror: The Card Game

If gothic and cosmic horror, or even card games, are your thing, Arkham Horror's card-based game might be worth a look.

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Gentleman Bandit

Writing-based TTRPGs can be hit-or-miss for some players, but Gentleman Bandit nails it. You are the titular character, and before you die, you are tasked with writing a poem about your life and exploits as The Gentleman Bandit.

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The Portal At Hill House

The Portal At Hill House, a cross between serious cosmic horror and a writing RPG, combines the best of both genres into an adventure that will stay with you for a long time.

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Village Witch

You've just been appointed as the village witch. The only problem is that you have yet to locate a village in which to hone your skills. A lighthearted and cosy single-player or two-player writing RPG.

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Fans of wargames, rejoice! A game with some pretty good single-player content is now available. In the single-player mode, it's easy to get sucked into Scythe's alternate history 1920s.

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