|| Napoleonic Battles
||(Win98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (WAGRAMPJ)
In 1809, after a successful campaign about Eckmuhl, Napoleon
had reached Vienna and was ready to gain final victory over the Austrian army.
But Archduke Charles and his army were in place across the Danube River and
ready to give battle.
The emperor mistakenly tried to attack the Austrians by
crossing the Danube at Aspern-Essling using just one bridge. The resulting near
defeat set Napoleon back only for a couple of months, before the battle at
Wagram. Taking place on July 5-6, 1809, Napoleon's second effort across the
Danube was a success. In two days, he inflicted 40,000 casualties upon his
enemies (although that same amount was leveled against his own troops) and
forced Austria to sue for peace, agreeing to give up large territories and join
the Continental System of trade against Britain. At the time, the battle at
Wagram was the largest in history, although the battles would highlight
Campaign Wagram covers Napoleon's campaign from the end
of the Eckmuhl Campaign through the battles of Aspern-Essling and Wagram.
Over 120 scenarios are included and a campaign game
that links together several battles to form the complete Napoleonic Wagram
campaign. A scenario editor is also included with the game.
- Supports single person play against the computer,
two-person hot-seat, two-person Play-By-E-Mail, and multiplayer network play
over LANs and the Internet.
- Complete on-line Help documentation plus on-line
printable documentation in Microsoft Word format.
Windows 98/Me/XP: Pentium-based 200mhz+ PC with 32
megabytes of RAM, 250 megabytes of hard drive space, CDROM drive for
installation and game play, Windows compatible sound card, Modem/LAN/Internet
for Network play.
Windows 95 is not supported.
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