I bought this game because of the solo play option. It is very easy to learn and I was playing my first game in no time. In appearance, it is very similar to the Dungeons & Dragons boardgame, Castle of Ravenloft. Indeed, the games are compatible, so all the components match perfectly. Once again, I was very impressed by the quality of the components, especially the thick, printed dungeon tiles on quality card. There are thirteen adventures, or “quests” to choose from, if playing with friends, but only one of these is classed as a solo adventure. (Although you can try playing the other adventures on your own, by controling 2 or more charcters yourself). The games comes with 42 plastic figures, 50 tiles and over 390 cards, markers and tokens, so you certainly feel you are getting value for money from this game. The huge number of tiles, monster, treasure and encounter cards, mean that no two games will ever play the same. Overall, a fun game with plenty of gameplay, especially when played with friends. Easy to learn and compatible with other AD&D boardgames. Recommend!