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Napoleon Returns 1815


Napoleon Returns 1815 is a game using an action point / battle card system combining several ideas into one quick game of Napoleon's 1815 Waterloo Campaign.
  • English
  • From 14 years old
  • 1 to 2h
  • 2 to 3 player(s)

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Napoleon Returns 1815 is a game using an action point / battle card system combining several ideas into one quick game of Napoleon's 1815 Waterloo Campaign.

Once battle commences a unique twist on a classic battle card system comes into play.  The game is playable by 2 to 3 players with a playing time of about 90 minutes.  Several games can be played in an evening.  Great for Tournament play!

Wooden rectangles with labels are used for the Corps Maneuver Markers.  The Corps boards track corp strength and fatigue and the tracking markers are wooden cubes.   The Corps Unit Boards will be high quality cards with period art.  The Battle Cards will be top quality linen finish cards with large readable print.  

For those of you that remember the Avalon Hill Classics Napoleon and We the People, you will easily pick up some of the blended concepts and a nod to those classics.  The setting is a strategic map of the Waterloo campaign. The combat system uses cards based on corps strength and leader abilities.   Throw in gorgeous Napoleonic corps game pieces similar to Napoleon at Marengo that maneuver on a military style map and the setting is complete. Now add lots of new concepts centered on corps level deployment, movement and battle fatigue to the mix to provide a fresh Napoleonic gaming experience.

Theme(s) WarHistory
Language(s) English
Mechanism(s) WargameCard Driven
Author(s) Mike WylieGrant Wylie
Note globale 4.4
Editor Worthington Games

This game is recommended by 1 of our Customers

The Customers have given a rate of 4/5 on this product
  • on 06/21/21 Verified purchase

    Jeu agréable. Règles très courtes et simples. Le mouvement est caché, et génère donc un peu de suspense, limité quand même par le faible nombre de pions (9 français contre 10 alliés). Le combat, piloté par des cartes, est une reprise du vieux Hannibal de Avalon Hill. La question reste : warteau ou wargame ? Je penche clairement pour warteau, mais avec un vrai goût de wargame. L'ensemble reste light, et je ne pense pas en faire 20 parties, le jeu n'est pas assez riche pour ça. Retrouvez une critique plus complète sur stategeek.net.

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