Sagrada is a pretty dice puzzle game inspired by stain glass windows. You draft dice and place them to try achieve final scoring points. No two colours or matching numbers can be adjacent to each other.
In the solo game over the 10 rounds the same as the multi player and dice placement rules are the same. You also get 2 public objectives and 2 private objectives to work towards, however you only choose 1 of the 2 private objectives to score at the end of the game.
You have a choice of 5 tool cards to use. You don't use the glass tokens that are used in the multi player, instead you use one of the rolled dice which has to match the die colour on the left top corner of the tool card to place on the card and use it. You can only use it once per solo game.
Each round you draw 4 dice from the bag to roll. Use 2 for your glass window and the other two can either be used on a tool card or they are put on the round tracker. At the end of the tenth round you add up the total value of the dice on the round tracker, and that is the score you try to beat.
It's a nice little puzzle, but I think I prefer playing multiple boards like a multi player game. There is more choosing options in a multi player and I find it more fun. So I play with my imaginary friends Smelly and Bob and 3 boards rather than the solo mode on this one.
Here is some photos of the solo game play.
Solo Game Ranking with the games I own:
1st Clans of Calendonia
2nd Ganz Schon Clever
3rd Castles of Mad King Ludwig