Become Napoleon and conquer Europe in new PC game

March 20, 2008

BECOME NAPOLEON AND CONQUER
EUROPE IN NEW PC GAME

TRAVEL BACK IN TIME AND COMMAND
THE MOST FAMOUS HISTORICAL BATTLES OF THE 19TH CENTURY

Napoleon’s Campaigns is an engaging
battle strategy game from Ascaron launching in April 2008. Take on the role of
the infamous leader Napoleon Bonaparte to experience renowned battles of the
19th century in complete historical accuracy.

For immersive realism, Napoleon’s
Campaigns has been developed based on extensive historical records. The
different battle campaigns take place in chronological order, starting with
Austerlitz and Trafalgar in1805, through other famous battles such as Jena in
1806 and the Danube in 1809, ending with Napoleon’s final defeat at Waterloo in
1815.

There are more than 1,500 historical
figures in Napoleon’s Campaigns, each with their own specific character traits.
At Waterloo, Wellington’s stern countenance will mean a meticulously organised
army, while during battle at Leipzig, Blcher’s decisive movements and sheer
determination help to create a tactical and brutal conflict.

Napoleon’s Campaigns features over
1,000 different types of army units, including infantry, cavalry, cannons,
warships, spies, doctors, partisans and engineers. These have been accurately
recreated, from the type of formations they take during battle right down to the
smallest detail of their uniforms.

Genuine political scenarios and
military strategies add to the accuracy of Napoleon’s Campaigns. Geographical
borders and topography are represented on a map based on real 3D satellite
projection, so visual effects and gameplay are as realistic as possible. If an
army is ordered to march from one city to another, it may take a day if the land
is flat with roads, but it could take 5 days over mountains with a rough
terrain.

Change history

Napoleon’s Campaigns also features
an exciting bonus level with the chance to change history as Napoleon wins at
Waterloo and achieves his biggest dream; invading England.

Click here to download the Napoleon’s
Campaigns
demo