Reality Engine Computer Games
-- 30th May 2018 --
Added blog post for May on Command and Control. Particularly Napoleon's use of the Army Corps system.
-- 30th April 2018 --
Added rather sketchy blog post for April on Maps and other sources of information of vital military use.
-- 31st March 2018 --
Added blog post for March on Logistics before 1914.
--1st March 2018 --
Fixed a number of typos in posts for January and February.
-- 27th February 2018 --
Have added post for February 2018 on Bonaparte's campaign in the Spring of 1797 against the Archduke Charles defending the Austrian homelands, see the Periodic Potshot for February 2018.
-- 19th January 2018 --
Have added post for January 2018 on Alvintzy's second attempt to relieve Manuta, the Austrian's last, see the Periodic Potshot for January 2018.
-- 27th December 2017 --
Having come across some useful maps in the digital collections of the New York Public Library I added mention of them to November's and December's posts.
-- 23rd December 2017 --
- Have added December's post on the topic of Alvintzcy's First Advance in
November of 1796.
-- 25th November 2017 --
- Have added November's post on the topic of Wurmser's Second Advance in
September of 1796.
-- 16th November 2017 --
- Made some edits of last post for summer of 1796.
-- 31st October 2017 --
- Posted first cut at a map heavy high level description of Bonaparte's crossing of the Mincio and defense of Mantua seige against Wurmsers first offensive in the summer of 1796 as October's entry in Periodic Potshots.
Currently in development:
- Improved UI - with intuitive 3D graphical display of information and orders giving.
- Front end GUI vs. backend resolution engine.
A shareware game called "Napoleon the Emperor" which covered the
battle of Waterloo. Registered versions added the battles of Ligny and Quartre
Bras. This game was first released in 1996. It achieved it's design goals of being
able to reproduce the historical battle with just a
few hours of play. Unfortunately, the weakness of its User Interface and the AI for subordinate
units detracted significantly from its playability.
Rather to my surprise I've found copies of this game are still available on
Web-Grognards. Payment and ordering information in
these downloads is outdated.
However, if you've played the Waterloo scenario and feel you'd like to have the Ligny and
Quartre Bra ones mail me by clicking here.
I'll e-mail you a free but generic copy. No warranty and the offer may not last.
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