Quelqu'un aurait une trace de cette règle un joueur? Existe-t-elle seulement pour de vrai?
Ça ne doit pas vraiment être le jeu un joueur le plus passionnant du monde mais c'est terriblement intriguant, non?
voici ce que j'ai trouvé :
After asking the company archive of Ravensburger and the responsible game editor, here comes the conclusion:
In the very first edition it was planned to release solo play rules, but the idea was dropped very soon. Nevertheless the first instructions said "1-4 players", which was simly a mistake. The game is meant for 2+ players.
Quick brainstorm for Solo Play:
Place the stack of cards face down next to you and set the board up, picking one color.
1. Turn over the top card
2. Play tile
3. Move your guy and try to get the item
*If successful, remove card from play (put in the box) and go back to step 1.
*If unsuccessful, place card face down in a pile to the right, and move on to step 1.
After you have gone through the deck completely move the pile on the right over, and go through the deck again.
You could try to complete them all in 2 or 3 times through the deck with the goal of removing all cards from play.
Another variation would be to only go through the deck one time but have 2, 3 or even all 4 pieces on the board to choose from when moving.
ou encore :
My rules (1987) don't specifically state how to play 1-player, but they do say to divide the 24 treasure cards among the players. So, I guess in 1-player, that person gets all 24, starts at a corner, finds all the pieces, and returns to their corner.
Bon jeu !
Je réfléchis au moyen d'ajouter un peu d'aléatoire ou de difficulté au mode un joueur mais jouer seul à labyrinthe est loin d'être ma priorité.