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Now includes complete computer version!
Wellington’s force was actually more
than a motley coalition; however, and his men held a good position on the
reverse slope of a ridge. The rains of the previous day had also left the
battlefield sodden and slippery, making any attack sluggish. Most important,
Wellington had arranged with Blucher, commander of the Prussian Army, to attack
Napoleon from the east. Thus it was at the critical moment when Napoleon was
attempting to break the British line that the Prussians appeared. Napoleon then
had to try to complete the defeat of the British while not being flanked by the
is a simple game of the Battle of Waterloo. The system uses the
most common and basic wargame principles, such as hexagon movement, firepower
ratings, terrain benefits, and a combat results table to allow you to quickly
and easily determine the outcome of battles. The rules are only three pages,
and the game is only 10 turns.
game includes all the units present at the battle – French, British and the
Prussian – as well as extra units representing other nearby forces that arrived
too late to participate historically. Not all pieces are the same; some are
more powerful than others, and different types (like cannon) have different
game is easy and quick to play, and can be completed in t
hours. It’s also a realistic and accurate representation of the Battle of
Waterloo. Every hex and piece is printed with a number to make it easy to set
up. The map is a beautiful rendition of the actual battlefield, and the pieces
feature accurate icons of the uniforms of the units that fought at Waterloo.
you, as French commander, win the game and change history or will the Allies
prevail again? Your tactics will decide the outcome!
Components: 11"x17" map, 74
4-page rulebook, a Napoleon At Waterloo CD
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