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Back to News Listing Wars of Napoleon has been released on Steam!

Posted: Friday, May 6, 2016 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

One of the best grand strategy games created by Ageod has reached a new milestone!

Wars of Napoleon is now available on Steam, and finally you’ll be able to unleash the power of the Grand Armee on this platform!

Four historically accurate scenarios with different starting points will lead you into one of the most turbulent periods in Europe’s history, covering over 10 years of military campaigns, from 1805 to 1815!

And if this wasn’t enough, you could try to succeed where even Napoleon failed:  with a what if scenario covering the French invasion of Great Britain!

Play with one of seven major nations: France, Great Britain, Prussia, Russia, Austria, Spain, the Ottoman Empire, and experience a detailed diplomacy system recreating the intricate balance of power of the time!

A very large map of Europe with over 4,000 regions and also special areas like the West Indies, North America, Persia and India will be the landscape for your plans of domination!

Will you answer when Destiny calls you?

Play the game now!

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