Playing Dungeons & Dragons takes a lot of setup, time, and patience, especially for a Dungeon Master. So what are you to do if you aren’t able to rustle up your friends, but still want to play D&D? Guild of Dungeoneering is the answer to that. As you play solo, a dungeon run can go incredibly quick or slow, and be in your favor, or against it. The invisible dice rolls that take place leave too much up to chance, but the result is a game that lets you feel like you’re assembling a dungeon as if you were wording it yourself, and doesn’t need any pesky social interactions to enjoy.