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Subject: So how does this play solitaire rss

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Rich M
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On a 1-10 scale 10 being designed for solitaire play and 1 being for 2 or more players at a minimum. What number would you give this game. I will be playing only solitaire. Thanks
 
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I'd say a 8. There is no hidden information in the game except the odd submarine or mine ( there is only a small number of these in the game). Even these once in the game are revealed and stay on the board.

I've played a number of scenarios solo and they are very enjoyable. The designer deliberately made the game with the solo player partly in mind.

If you fancy adding a modern naval game to your collection, go for it, far more playable solo than the old fleet games with which they have a similair feel.
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Rich M
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Simon, you read my mind when I was thinking if it was better than the old Fleet games. Thank you very much
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I echo Simon. Great to play solitaire.

And of course, you get to create your own scenarios too..... :-)

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