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Back to News Listing New Empires in Arms Screenshots!

Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 by Sean Drummy

Type: ScreenShots

Forward march! New images from the highly anticipated Napoleonics strategy game now available

Matrix Games and Australian Design Group (www.a-d-g.com.au) are thrilled to release a new pack of screenshots detailing the official computer adaptation of Australian Design Group's classic board game, Empires in Arms!

Also, be sure to check out the first edition of the Empires in Arms After Action Report now featured on the Matrix Games website. This AAR is just the first part of a larger, multi-edition feature which comes complete with plenty of screenshots and videos illustrating the fantastic gameplay gamers have been waiting for!

 

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said, “Empires in Arms is Napoleonics at its very best. Everyone from old fans of the classic Empires in Arms board game to wargamers who missed this great gaming system will find themselves addicted to this title the minute it hits their PCs.”


Marshall Ellis, Lead Developer on Empires in Arms, said, “Everything has come together fantastically with the development on Empires in Arms and there’s no doubt gamers who have waited for this title with great patience will not be disappointed!”


Take command of one of the many factions in early 19th century Europe! Empires in Arms in a grand strategy turn-based race to prove which nation is the greatest in Europe.In a bid for mastery over the continent, players can succeed where Napoleon failed or try to stop the military genius quicker than his historical enemies could!  Diplomacy and economics will be the sharp bayonet and ferocious cannon that complement your direct military might as any of the major powers in 19th century Europe! As you conquer your weaker foes, use the money and resources from fallen nations to recruit new units and replenish your ranks. France, Great Britain, Prussia,Turkey, Russia, Spain and Austria all stand ready with their full resources, generals, armies and fleets for you to take command. Join the intricate and deadly contest of power that changed a continent.


The slightest mistake could be the difference between the crown of Europe or exile to St. Helena. Step into history and find your destiny in Empires in Arms!

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