Aspern-Essling 1809 covers the two days of the battle (May 21 and 22, 1809), with special rules dealing with the command situation of the French army (Lannes and Masséna). The bridges between the island of Lobau and the left bank of the Danube also hold an important place in the simulation.
The Battle of Pensacola game is a low to moderate complexity tactical game covering the Spanish and French attack on British held Pensacola in 1781 during the American Revolutionary War. The game takes about 90 minutes to play. One player commands the Spanish and French forces and the other player commands the British forces.
Beyond Waterloo is a two-player strategic level game of the Napoleonic Campaign of 1815. Players take the sides of France or the coalition of Allies. The game opens with Napoleon’s arrival at Paris following his return from Elba, and includes his efforts to restore France to a war footing, the Allies’ struggle to revive their anti-French coalition, and...
Bonaparte's First Offensive, April 1796. Game features the battles of Montenotte, Dego, San Michele, Ceva (not listed on box cover) and Mondovi. A campaign game linking the battles is also possible. A TNLB game from Kevin Zucker.
The Austrian Army is a Coalition expansion for Commands & Colors Napoleonics. In this expansion you will find 20 historical scenarios that focus on the Austrian Army battles from 1805 to 1809 against Napoleon, plus all the new units you’ll need to field for these engagements.
Captain's Sea is a low-to-moderate complexity game for two players who take the roles as captains of the original American frigates (Chesapeake, Congress, Constellation, Constitution, President, and United States) or their opponents from the British or French navies during the turn of the 19th Century.
Commands & Colors: Napoleonics allows you to re-fight epic battles of the Napoleonic era. In this core volume, the focus is on the French and the British, two bitter rivals in the struggle for European preeminence during the time of Napoleon.
España 20 features four complete games covering key battles fought over control of the Iberian Peninsula: Bailén, Talavera, Arapiles, and Bussaco. The "20" system uses only 20 counters to play each battle in a system that grasps the essentials of napoleonic warfare.