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Back to News Listing AGEOD’s American Civil War – The Blue and the Gray Heads Into the Matrix

Posted: Wednesday, June 20, 2007 by Matrix Support

Type: News

Grab the Springfield and fall into formation, Matrix Games is publishing AGEOD’s American Civil War!

Matrix Games and AGEOD (www.ageod.com) are excited to announce that Matrix Games will be bringing gamers AGEOD’s American Civil War – The Blue and the Gray! An operational-level turn-based game, American Civil War – The Blue and the Gray places players at the head of the USA or CSA during the American Civil War.

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “Given AGEOD’s stellar work in their previous titles, I was very excited to see that they were turning their knack for creating great wargames to the American Civil War. I’m confident that American Civil War – The Blue and the Gray will provide a perfect mix between level of detail and gameplay to give gamers the best of both worlds.”

 

In American Civil War – The Blue and the Gray, players must exhibit both military and political skill in the toughest operations of those five years of wild campaigning in a divided United States. The player will be faced with a large selection of scenarios and campaigns which are played over the largest Civil War map ever, complete with an unequalled level of look and detail. Additionally, American Civil War – The Blue and the Gray includes dozens of different troops, hundreds of events, over 300 historical leaders with unique abilities to make this an enjoyable yet historically accurate Civil War experience for strategy fans and hardcore wargamers alike.

 

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