This is the second game inspired in the best seller Bonaparte at Marengo (news from the third are recently: Guns of Gettisburg). It keeps the visual appearance of his predecessor but the rules suffered a major reworking, doing the game experience very different (it seems Gettisburg will suffer the same process). For this, althought BaM has a great suitability to pbem, NT's suffered a bit of downtime when playing by email meanwhile you are waiting the response from your player opponent.
But, however you can think, the fans of BaM have given a great impulse to the pbem support for this game. You can download the gamebox by Brian R. Mullin from Muster Roll
and then, you can join the ladder at Dick Jarvinen's site
, althought you must wait to the end of recently started first rount. Yes, another game will give us many days of pbem.