Napoleon invades Spain I is the volume #11 in The Library of Napoleonic Battles series, and the first chapter of the Peninsula War subseries. It portrays in four battle the events Napoleon’s Spanish campaign from august 1808 to january 1809. The game uses the two TLNB Universal Card Decks (French and Coalition) sold separately.
Highway to Kremlin II is the second edition of Kevin Zucker’s and OSG 2001 wargame. Rather accessible for its wide scope, the game covers the events of Napoleon's campaign in Russia from June 24th 1812 to December 13th, through scenarios or a full campaign game. This 2021 edition comes with updated rules, counters, and informations.
COALITION! is a quick-playing, grand strategy game with operational elements that could recreate all the Napoleonic Wars (1805-1815) in just one evening.
Waterloo 1815: Napoleon's last battle is an historically accurate expert wargame that recreates the decisive encounter fought between the French army and the Anglo-allied and Prussian coalition on June 18th, 1815.
Vive l'Empereur Series is a simulation of the battles fought during the Napoleonic Era in Europe, between 1805 and 1815. The scale is the regiment, a good compromise between the brigade level (with no formations) and the detailed battalions. The scale is 250 m/hex and a turn is 30 minutes.
Rifles in the Peninsula is the third game of Gottardo Zancani’s solitaire RIFLES series, which also includes Rifles in the Pacific and Rifles in the Ardennes. The focus of this new title is on the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815).
The Most Terrible Battle: Borodino 1812 is an introductory game at the division level.
When the game meets History Napoléon 1807 is a game at the crossroads of History and simulation. It uses the same game system as Napoléon 1806.
Fismes is an introductory game to the Napoleonic Battles Series.
Upgrade your old Flying Colors to the 3rd edition with this kit.
Vive l'Empereur Series is a simulation of the battles fought during the Napoleonic Era in Europe, between 1805 and 1815.
NAPOLEON RETURNS 1815 is the first game From worthington Publishing using the action point/battle card system.
Ships of the Line is a naval combat system that simulates battles between 1740 and 1815 at the tactical level. "Trafalgar 1805" recreates the clash between the British fleet - commanded by Admiral Nelson - and the Spanish-French combined force - led by Admirals Villeneuve and Gravina - that took place on October 21st, 1805.
Trafalgar Editions’ Austerlitz is a miniatures-orientated rendering of Napoleon Bonaparte’s greatest triumph.
Napoleon’s Eagles is a card game for 2 players featuring four napoleonic battles covering all the dynamics of the XIXth century warfare in a fast-paced, action-packed rendition.
VaeVictis Issue #150 - March - April 2020Game issue including the wargame with die-cut counters : Bautzen 181325th anniversary - 16 additional pages
Expansion kit for Napoleon at Bay
Napoleon's Wheel 1805: Danube Campaign I
Wargame of the Soldiers of the Republic series
In this Paper Wars Magazine you will find historical articles and the wargame Wagram 1809 with die cut counters.
Day of Waterloo : It might be the most written about battle of all time… But tactically, it was one of Napoleon’s worst efforts.
Jena! is an operational Napoleonic games and is like L'Armée du Nord.
VaeVictis Issue #146 - Special game issue, includes the wargame with die-cut counters: Hondschoote 1793July-August 2019
In this Paper Wars Magazine you will find historical articles and the wargame Pitt's War 1792-1815 with die cut counters.
March-April 2019 - Including the game : Les Aigles du Danube.
The Roads to Hal is an expansion of Napoleon's Last Gamble.
the Campaign in France, Part II: 6 March to 13 March 1814. The major battle was Laon, on 9-10 March, when Napoleon, with 37,000, went up against Blücher's position, on the hill of Laon, with 85,000.
Age of Napoleon is a two-player game for the Napoleonic times, an era of military conquests and diplomatic rivalries.
Talavera is an introductory game to the Napoleonic Battles Series.
Lines of Battle is an exciting new game system by David Kershaw that simulates Napoleonic battles at the tactical level.
July-August 2018 - Including the game : Laudau ou la mort !
N: The Napoleonic Wars is a high level, grand strategic solitaire game on the turbulent decades from 1792 to 1815, when Europe was convulsed by the French Revolution and the wars of French Emperor Napoléon I.
The Spring renaissance of the Grande Armée, May - June 1813. A Kevin Zucker's Game.
Autumn 1806 : La Grande Armée under command of the Emperor Napoleon enters Prussia.
Fleurus 1794 is a wargame from the series "les batailles de la Revolution" (Battles of the French Revolutionary wars).It covers the battle of Fleurus, between the French army of General Jourdan and a Coalition force lead by Saxe-Cobourg.
Using the game engine from Moscow '41 (and not VNG's Waterloo 200), the game Bloody Monday simulates the Battle of Borodino.
SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS is an uncomplicated war game centered on the naval aspects of the series of wars between England and the various European powers between 1756 and 1805 for dominance of the world’s oceans.
Premières Gloires (Early Glories) includes 4 of the first battles published in the Jours de Gloire (Days of Glory) series in revised and redesigned versions. EN rules included.
Manoeuvre: Distant Lands is an expansion for Manoeuvre.
The Peninsular War Volume II: The Campaign in Extremadura 1809. The Battles of Medellin, Talavera, Almonacid, and Ocaña.
Napoleon's Nemesis: 1813. Second entry in a new series of games covering the Campaigns of the Napoleonic Wars at low to moderate level of complexity.
EPIC Napoleonics is the sixth expansion for GMT’s Commands & Colors Napoleonics game system. EPIC Napoleonics allows for fighting larger battles with more units. EPIC Napoleonics is actually two game systems in one – the Epic Battles system, and the La Grande Battles system.
second edition 2017.
The Marshalls V is a complete game from the series The Marshals, designed by Denis Sauvage. It covers the campaigns of spring and autumn 1800 that took place in Germany from the crossing of the Rhine to the banks of the Inn. EN rules included