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Comment by Paul Brown on October 24, 2020 at 10:36am

I'd also just mention Mr Lincoln's War...Mark McLaughlin's port of the W&P system to the ACW. Maybe some of the developed concepts (morale levels for example) could be back ported to W&P 1st edn.

Comment by Paul Brown on October 24, 2020 at 10:33am

Hmm...I'd be up for a Vassal play of one of the scenarios to help build my Vassall knowledge and after decades of soloing to play w/an opponent. Am based in the UK so may need to be disjoint turns due to timezones. 

Anyway msg me if that may be of interest

Comment by Roberto J. Sanchez on April 19, 2020 at 1:24pm

I never had the AH version of the game. I purchased it via KickStarter and so far played the first scenario twice the basic and had fun playing it. I also setup the advance scenario one, but got hectic here so have not played it. I think I have a grasp of the basic rules. If you ever want and have time Eric Walters I would like to play a scenario. 

Comment by Roberto J. Sanchez on April 19, 2020 at 12:22pm

I never had the AH version of the game. I purchased it via KickStarter and so far played the first scenario twice the basic and had fun playing it. I also setup the advance scenario one, but got hectic here so have not played it. I think I have a grasp of the basic rules. If you ever want and have time Eric Walters I would like to play a scenario. 

Comment by Eric Walters on April 18, 2020 at 6:46pm

Such an improvement over the old Avalon Hill original, which was loved for its operational-level scenarios and hated for the botched campaign game covering the strategic prosecution of all the Napoleonic Wars for Empire (1805-1815).  

The new version is a much more gorgeous (and expensive) physical production that includes three pre-Empire scenarios (Nappy in the Po River Valley, 1796), Nappy in Egypt, and the Marengo campaign in 1800).  But the strategic game is billed as a completely redesigned product that is worthy of play.  

 

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