New Napoleonic Wargame for Macintosh
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By Design, Inc. today announced that they have completed a new Napoleonic wargame only for the Macintosh. The new game, entitled Friedland, is based on the Waterloo Campaign engine and covers the battle between Napoleon and the Russian armies in June of 1807.
- Battalion level conflict, command hundreds of units!
- Great new graphics, see hedge rows, streams, chateaux, and smoke clouds hang over the battlefield.
- All the commanders down to the Division level are present.
- Command your units as groups. You can move hundreds of units with a click of the mouse.
- Capture enemies' flags. Increase the pride of your troops when they carry back enemy flags from a melee.
- Move units in formation by simply clicking where you want them to move to.
- Multiple units per square.
- Play either side and even switch sides in the middle of a battle.
- The units are fully editable. Add or remove any unit from any battle. Change the characteristics of any unit.
- Elegant, effortless interface. Lots of new interface features to help you understand your army and how to win.
- Rich historical content.
- Outstanding sound, hear the charge, cannons roar, and cavalry pound past your position.
The game is available for $24.95. For more information on Friedland, head over to the By Design web site.
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