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.
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.
This expansion pack add two new game modes to the España 20 game system. Solo rules let a solitaire player play against a non player side, managed by the game system. This is not a stand alone game, you need the España 20 game in order to play.
Field Commander: Napoleon, is the third game of the series "Field Commander". The player must make the career of Napoleon in an easy to learn, fast playing game format. In this game, you make all the decisions needed to command your Forces. The game rules, charts, and die rolls dictate the actions of the opposing forces.
Napoleon’s Eagles is a highly playable, action-packed card game set during the wars of 19th Century Europe. Two battles are featured: Borodino, the sanguinary clash before the gates of Moscow featured in Tolstoy’s famous novel War and Peace, and Leipzig, the great “Battle of Nations” which marked the beginning of the end of the French Empire.
Toulon 1793 is an operational level game covering the siege of Toulon, between 25 August and 21 December, 1793. It’s an area based system covering the entire campaign from the initial landing by Anglo-Spanish forces through to their evacuation of the town as their ships came under threat from the batteries of the previously unknown Napoleon Bonaparte.