The battle of Waterloo in 1815 was the climactic battle of the Napoleonic wars. An allied army under Wellington
stood firm against continued assaults of the French army under Napoleon, counting down the clock to the arrival of the
Prussian army under Blucher.
Since that battle, people have often questioned "Why can't I wargame Waterloo on a mobile device?" Well, now you can.
Napoleonics: Waterloo recreates the battle of Waterloo at the same scale as the already released Napoleonics: Quatre Bras.
The map is the Waterloo battlefield divided into regions, each of which is about 500m across - units can be positioned in the centre, or deployed facing an adjacent region.
Each unit represents a brigade. There are 3 types of units, Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery. Cavalry are further subdivided by type (Cuirassiers, Lancers, Hussars, etc.), as are artillery (Field or Horse).
Units are deployed as column, line or square, each of which has their own advantages or disadvantages. In addition, you cannot move all your forces at once, but must activate them as the game progresses.
The game can be saved at any point and last actions can be undone using the back button.
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