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These are Cthulhu Mythos-themed Solo games.
More specifically ...
Mythos-Themed: These lists include solo supplements and games featuring the Cthulhu Mythos. These lists do not include games that contain a mention of the Cthulhu Mythos but are not generally Mythos-themed. (Yes, Illuminati has "The Servants of Cthulhu." No, that doesn't make it a Mythos-themed game.)
Solo Games: This category includes games are designed for play with a single player or have rules for play with a single player. For role-playing game supplements, this can mean either scenarios with just one player and no Keeper (usually written in the style of the old Choose Your Own Adventure or Fighting Fantasy books), or it can mean scenarios with one Keeper and one player. For boardgames and miniatures games, this can mean games designed specifically for a single player, or it can mean games that include single-player rules but that can also be played by more players. For video games, this means games that are designed to be played by a single player.
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Call of Cthulhu Scenarios (One Player, No Keeper)
|1983-1984||The Thing in the Darkness||Steve Jackson Games||-||Published in Fantasy Gamer, Issue 3|
|1985||Alone Against the Dark||Chaosium||-||-|
|1985||Alone Against the Wendigo||Chaosium||-||-|
|1992||Grimrock Isle||Triad Entertainments||-||-|
|1992||Alone on Halloween||Pagan Publishing||-||-|
|2011||The Lonely Road||Kinstaff Media||-||Published in Protodimension Magazine, Issue 9|
|2014||Alone Against the Flames||Chaosium||-||Introductory scenario for 7th Edition Call of Cthulhu|
Call of Cthulhu Scenarios (One Player, One Keeper)
Note that, as Call of Cthulhu scenarios are generally written for any number of players, many of them could theoretically be run with only one player. This list only includes those that are specifically written for a single player.
|1983||Paper Chase||Chaosium||-||Scenario in Cthulhu Companion|
|1990||Mr. Corbitt||Chaosium||-||Scenario in Mansions of Madness (for 1 or more players)|
|1993||Tea and Biscuits||Game Designers Workshop||-||Published in Challenge, Issue 71|
|2010||Monophobia||Unbound Publishing||-||Sourcebook with three scenarios|
Board Games (One Player Only)
|2012||Dice of Arkham||Self-Published||-||Print-and-Play Game|
|2012||Hornet Leader: The Cthulhu Conflict||Dan Verssen Games||-||Cthulhu Mythos-themed expansion of non-Cthulhu Mythos game|
Board Games (Multi-Player Game with One-Player Rules)
|1987||Arkham Horror||Chaosium||1st Edition||-|
|2002||Cthulhu Mash||Evil Polish Brothers||-||-|
|2005||Arkham Horror||Fantasy Flight Games||2nd Edition||-|
|2009||Call of Cthentacle||Postmortem Studios||-||-|
|2010||Arkham Express||Self-Published||-||Print-and-Play Game|
|2011||Cthulhu Zap||Self-Published||-||Print-and-Play Game|
|2011||Elder Sign (board game)||Fantasy Flight Games||-||-|
|2012||Looney Pyramids: Builders of R'leyh||Icehouse Games||-||Print-and-Play Game|
|2013||Arkham Investigator||Self-Published||1st Edition||Print-and-Play Game|
|2013||The Cards of Cthulhu||Dan Verssen Games||-||-|
|2013||Eldritch Horror||Fantasy Flight Games||-||-|
|2013||Machina Arcana||MAGE Company||-||-|
|2014||Shadow of the Elder Gods||Labratory Games||-||-|
|2015||Wake up, Cthulhu||GDM Games||-||-|
|2016||Cthulhu: A Deck Building Game||Wyvern Gaming||-||-|
|2016||Multiuniversum: Project Cthulhu||Board & Dice||-||Cthulhu Mythos-themed expansion of non-Cthulhu Mythos game|
|2016||Mythos Tales||8th Summit||2nd Edition||-|