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Wednesday, September 29, 2004
Aspern 1809 Released
7:43 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story

Continuing their line of Napoleonic strategy titles, By Design is now offering Aspern 1809: Napoleon vs. Austrians. Aspern, like its predecessors, uses the Waterloo engine to depict a battle in which the French took heavy losses.

While not a true defeat, Aspern -Essling marked the first serious reverse suffered by Bonaparte at the hands of his foes.

More than 21,000 French soldiers became casualties and the army suffered the grievous loss of one of its finest commanders, when Marshal Lannes died after losing a leg to a cannonball wound.

Aspern includes features such as the ability to switch sides during a battle, the inclusion of commanders down to Division levels, and editable units. Those interested in more information or downloads can find them at By Design's site.

By Design: Aspern 1809

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