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Board Games by Fantasy Flight Games

Fantasy Flight Games is a leading hobby game company based out of Roseville, Minnesota. We publish a massive array of board and card games, roleplaying games, Living Card Games®, miniatures games and digital games. Established in 1995, FFG has earned a reputation for its innovative gameplay, immersive gaming experiences, industry-leading customer service, and top-quality game components (often enhanced with highly detailed plastic miniatures and beautiful artwork).

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Star Wars: Rebellion board game
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Star Wars Imperial Assault board game
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This week we got Fantasy Flight Games Fury of Dracula 3rd EditionKingdomino , Cosmic Encounter, and Caverna: The Cave Farmers to the table.   It was a first time for Caverna. Unfortunately one of our players had some heavy AP and it’s not the best game for that.   I quite enjoyed it but it took much longer than it should have. 

Everyone has already posted some excellent suggestions! It would be cool to interview some people from Fantasy Flight Games, since I love all of their products. 

Glad to have you here! :)

Here are some games that come to mind and some will be repeats of what others have suggested:

  • #Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion (soloable, - If you feel like Gloomhaven will be too big of a commitment, then this will be a great way to test out the waters
  • #Star Wars Imperial Assault - Dice + Star Wars game with RPG influence. Plus, it is team-based. I've been eyeing on this as well and while there are other great Star Wars games out there, this seemed like a great casual fun I could have with my wife
  • #Nemesis - Out of print everywhere until probably early next year. I wanted to suggest it since you seem to appreciate games that are rich in theme. It has a semi co-op element and players are assigned a role with hidden objectives while trying to work together to escape an alien infested space ship. You can sign up for a newsletter from Awaken Realms to see when the late pledge becomes available: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/awakenrealms/nemesis-lockdown
  • #Arkham Horror: The Card Game - LCG from Fantasy Flight Games. It's highly thematic and can be played solo or 2p. The only danger is that if you like the game, you'll probably end up spending a lot more
  • #Nemo's War (Second Edition) - You will sail the seas as Captain Nemo and go on missions of science, exploration, anti-imperialism, and war. Multiplayer is an option but just about everyone who's played recommends solo only
  • #Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island - Survive on a deserted island. I've heard this game is very tough to beat
  • #Atlantis Rising (second edition) - Atlanteans have angered the gods and they are sinking the island with natural disasters. As the island continues to flood away, you and other players must gather resources and activate each part of a cosmic gate that will move all people to safety. Heavy on luck and luck mitigation. Roll dice for resources and draw cards every round that determine which part of the island will sink next
  • #Burgle Bros. - Another co-op featuring dice. As a team of burglers, you must pull off heists in various high security buildings without getting caught

All of these games lean toward having lots of thematic elements, some level of luck, and are all soloable

Easy. Fantasy Flight Games. They’ve got all the best games. 

Fantasy Flight Games, no question.

Rebellion, Imperial Assault, X-Wing, Outer Rim, XCOM..

I don't have any of those, but that doesn't mean I haven't paid that much for a game. One of my largest single game spends was a copy of Star Wars the Queen's Gambit. I painted the whole thing and have more than gotten my value out of it.

I have spent way too much on Fantasy Flight Games Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Core Set. A lot of it was trade, but I haven't touched getting my money out of that one. I do regret that collection a bit.

Far dwarfing that is my collection of D&D merchandise. This includes all of the Reaper Bones KS, all of the Dwarven Forge KS, multiple editions, thousands of hours of painting, the purchase of a 3d printer etc. It has been worth every single penny.