Released: December 3, 2015
AGEod goes back to the Napoleonic era and creates the most detailed and comprehensive strategy game ever created about a time of struggle and conquest that forged modern Europe.
Released: June 9, 2015
Scourge of War: Waterloo follows in the footsteps of its American Civil War predecessors and take the action to one of the most famous battles in history. It is by far the most detailed game about the final battle of the War of the Seventh Coalition. The game boasts 20 historical scenarios (From French, Prussian and British side), 3 multiplayer scenarios, unlimited user generated sandbox scenarios, and a sandbox campaign, which adds a campaign layer to the game providing more context for sandbo
Released: April 30, 2013
The great historical strategy video game about Napoleon's Campaigns is here! Napoleon's Campaigns is a realistic simulation of the different individual campaigns fought by the famous French emperor between 1805 and 1815. In addition to reliving those landmarks of operational maneuvers in the various regions of Europe, we also have a full recreation of the Peninsula War (1808-1814) and even a fantasy scenario: Napoleon invades England (1805).
Released: June 16, 2009
Relive the exciting and trying days of Frederick the Great in Horse and Musket: Volume I, the improved and expanded combination of the previous Prussian War Machine and Prussias Glory titles. Horse and Musket: Volume I is a reboot of the successful Horse and Musket series, including not only two solid historical titles in one package, but also many new game features, a powerful new editor, and a complete graphics overhaul to an already acclaimed gaming system.
Released: February 27, 2009
The new Emperors Edition is a sequel to the acclaimed Crown of Glory and improves on the original in every area, immersing the player in the epic events of the Napoleonic era. A beautiful strategic map with more than 200 provinces covers all of Europe and North Africa, with scenarios and campaigns from 1792 up to 1820. Players take the role of one of the crowned potentates of any of the eight Major powers as well as having the option to play as a minor power such as Poland or Portugal.
Released: September 29, 2008
Commander - Napoleon at War is the newest game in the Commander series, taking the acclaimed design introduced in Commander - Europe at War to the next level. Building on the international success of its predecessor, Commander - Napoleon at War brings the same simple and intuitive gameplay mechanics to the Napoleonic era, creating a different and even more compelling gaming experience.
Released: December 5, 2007
Empires in Arms is the official licensed computer version of Australian Design Group's classic board game. Empires in Arms is a seven player game of grand strategy during the Napoleonic period of 1805-1815. Playable either solitaire against the AI or by e-mail. Corps level with full diplomatic options to allow players complete freedom to fight it out for control of Europe any way they want to.
Released: November 8, 2007
John Tillers Battleground Napoleonic Wars puts the player in command of the mighty armies of the Napoleonic era, combining the time-tested interface and turn-based game mechanics that made John Tillers original game designs famous. With the choice of 2D or 3D battlefield view, dozens of scenarios and more historical information then can be found in most public libraries, John Tillers Battleground Napoleonic Wars brings gamers some of the most exciting battles and campaigns from this era.
Released: November 6, 2007
Step back to the age of Napoleon and follow in the earliest footsteps of this military genius! Napoleon in Italy is a hex based strategy game that includes both the strategic level of movement and logistics combined with playable tactical battles. Lead the young Napoleon's French Army on his first campaign against the Austrians and Piedmontese in Northern Italy or try to stop Napoleons dedicated army and tactical brilliance with the mighty allied army of Austria.
Released: June 30, 2005
Crown of Glory: Europe in the Age of Napoleon, the player controls one of the crowned potentates of Europe in the Napoleonic Era, wielding authority over his nation's military strategy, economic development, diplomatic relations, and social organization. It is a very thorough simulation of the entire Napoleonic Era - spanning from 1792 to 1820, from the dockyards in Lisbon to the frozen wastes of Holy Mother Russia.
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Released: March 25, 2004
Players may command historic, powerful armies as they face off against each other in a clash that would be destined to defeat Austria but prove for a brief time that Napoleon could indeed be stopped. Players will be able to take command of the French forces under Napoleon or Austrians under Charles and strike at each other over a large hex-based map.
Can you carve out a European empire that will survive the growing threat from perfidious Albion and her allies? Can you change history and do better than LEmpereur?
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Softpedia Decisive Campaigns: Barbarossa Review
8.5 - "VR Games has created a true gem, and I am eagerly awaiting to see how they can improve the overall experience via patches to make Decisive Campaigns: Barbarossa a must-play for all lovers of history, regardless of their experience with the wargame genre."
Reviewed: 1 NOV 2015
Sugar-free Gamer Review
"NI gives you an affordable taste of what CMANO is clocking in at . This is a brave new world for wargamers. I cant stress it enough. CMANO players can purchase the new Campaign and it will plug in direct to their installation. New players who want to taste what all the fuss is about, get a stand alone engine and campaign that opens the door for them. For an extensive and complex simulation wargame, this is an extraordinary level of accessibility."