I don't play too many board games, but one I absolutely love is Talisman 4th Ed. It's relatively easy to pick up, albeit quite a lengthy game, but a great one to play if you have the time. I've been known to play this over a couple of days if the game was particularly long. Ideally you'd play this with at least 2 players, however there is no reason why you couldn't adapt it for solo play. The core rules are fine, however where I think this shines is when you throw in a house rule or two, add an expansion (I have 4 of them), and use an alternate ending. I'm actually in the (long) process of using StrangeEons to create some Warhammer Fantasy / Age of Sigmar cards (heroes, enemies, items, spells etc.) to use with the game. It's now out of print due to FFG losing the GW licence for it, but I understand that GW will be re-releasing some of the expansions later this year (Reaper + Dungeon please). I also understand that GW will be releasing a 5th Ed. in 2018. Other games on my radar are: Star Wars: Imperial Assault (love Star Wars and own the core set, but just haven't played it ) Resident Evil 2 (I've backed the Kickstarter) Zombicide Black Plague (prefer this over the vanilla game, don't own it yet) Dungeon Saga (not played it, but I like the idea of a dungeon crawl) What board / miniature games do you play? What would you recommend? What would you avoid? What's out there that you'd like to try but haven't had the chance to just yet? Let me know below!