Unfortunately, there is no information on the solo mode (yet).
Our preview post below was published on January 3.
Darwin's Journey is a 1-4 player worker placement game in which you recreate the travels of Charles Darwin in the Galapagos islands that led to his development of the theory of evolution. It will launch on Kickstarter on January 5.
The game takes place over five rounds, and each round has four phases: the Action phase, the Turn Order, the Reward, and the Cleanup. In the Action phase, players send their workers to various spots on the board in order to perform the actions shown. Each worker is assigned a certain number of wax seals, and they can only be placed on locations of the same colour as the seals they have. Some of these action spots allow players to: Purchase seals, Navigate their ship along the ocean track, and Explore along an island track. If a worker or a ship lands on a specimen spot, the player marks that specimen on their personal board.
Players may also gather stamps which will eventually unlock 'correspondence' actions, and also deliver the specimens they found to the museum. The museum delivery will get them coins and advancement in the evolution theory track. When the Action phase is completed, the Turn Order is arranged depending on the position of the workers. Then, a player gains Rewards if they have the majority in correspondence stamps, and also from the Beagle ship position on the ocean track. During Cleanup, players take back their workers and reset spots where necessary. At the end of the fifth round, everyone proceeds to scoring their VPs. Solo rules have not been revealed yet.