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Napoleonic Warfare is a Strategy game developed and published by Scarce Gaming on September 14th, 2003 for the Gameboy Advance. It focuses on the Napoleonic Wars, and includes three modes: Campaign, Warfare, and Linked Warfare.
They game plays similar to Warrior's Way, which would release almost 10 years later on the 3DS. Multiple exclusions are the campaign mode, which takes place in Africa/Eurasia, and has you opposing and defending against the other nations. In Warfare, you play a 3-round battle against a country of your choice, and in an area of your choice. In Linked Warfare, you play against another player in a 3-round battle in an area of your choice.
The game received positive reviews due to it's historical accuracy and large size.
Deserters, Pacifists, and Turncoats
In battles, troops will sometimes desert the army, not fight at all, or turn traitor and do considerable damage if given the chance. However, England's special ability forces troops to fight.
Health & Attack
As troops get more and more damage dealt to them, their attack and defence will decrease, much like real life. However, Austria's special ability makes troops always fight without these hindrances.
Cities are a big part of the game; the more cities you conquer, the less troops the enemy has to fight, the more troops you have to fight, and, most importantly, the closer you are to victory. Some nations also have bonuses that make them have more cities.
In the game, there are two types of battles; land battles, and ocean battles. Land battles matter the most and can have up to 99,999 troops on each side, while ocean battles, on the other hand, take place in the sea, on boats, and can have up to 999 troops on each side. Ships can get sunk during battle, causing large amounts of casualties, and must be rebuilt later.
|Battle of Waterloo||France, England, Prussia, Hanover, Netherlands, Brunswick, Nassau.||On Sunday, June 18th, 1815. One of the most important battles of the Napoleonic Wars began. A French army under the lead of Napoleon was defeated by the Duke of Wellington and Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher. It was one of 7 of Napoleon's losses, and marked the end of Napoleon's reign as emperor of France.|
|Battle of Diamond Rock||France, Spain, England.||On the 31st of May, 1805, the Napoleonic Wars officially began with the Naval Battle of Diamond Rock. The battle was an attempt by Franco-Spanish forces to retake Diamond Rock from the British forces that had occupied it.|
|Battle of Cape Finisterre||France, Spain, England.||In The Battle of Cape Finisterre off Galicia, Spain, the British fleet under Admiral Robert Calder fought an indecisive naval battle against the combined Franco-Spanish fleet which was returning from the West Indies. The battle was yet another win for Franco-Spanish forces.|
|Battle of Wertingen||France, Holy Roman Empire.|
The game is incredibly vast, including every nation that competed in the Napoleonic Wars, and having a specific unit for each nation, defensive strength, and other features.
|Nation||Unit||Defensive Strength||Special Ability|
|France||Musketeer||50||French Revolution: Turns the tide of the battle when one side starts losing.|
|Great Britain||Ship of the Line||40||The Protectorate: Force troops to follow orders.|
|Austria||Landsknecht||60||Blood & Iron: Troops fight as if they have maximum health even when damaged.|
|Hungary||Hussar||60||Aster Revolt: Troops are 50% more likely to burn drafts.|
|Spain||Conquistador||10||Colonial Superpower: Has twice as many cities.|
|Russia||Cossack||100||Motherland: Has Siberian troops as well.|
|Prussia||Soldier-King||50||Soldier-King: If a soldier-king dies, the nation is permanently defeated.|
|The Ottomans||Sipahi||60||Auspicious Incident: Forces disband if half are killed.|
|Sweden||Carolean||0||Nobel Peace Prize: Wins an extra bonus if winning the battle without casualties on either side.|
|Portugal||Nau||30||Age of Discovery: Founds more cities as more are destroyed.|
|Sicily||Sicilian Vespers||80||Italian Unification: Has more influence on troops than any other country.|
|Papal States||Vatican Prisoners||60||Avignon Papacy: Troops continue after they go under 1 HP due to their faith.|
|Persia||Immortal||70||The Rise of Persia: Continues conquering cities until it owns Babylon, Central Asia, and Asia Minor.|
|Sardinia||(None)||50||Congress of Vienna: Fights alongside Sicily.|
|Netherlands||Sea Beggar||50||East India Company: Gains more resources forever.|
|French Royalists||Royalist||First in the Hearts of Your Countrymen: Always fights alongside England.|
|Norway||Viking||100||Viking Fury: Attack with x2 power when attacked.|