In the beginning of the 19th century after becoming the emperor Napoleon started to pursue the policy aiming at ensuring French political and economical hegemonye over Europe. During 1799-1815 France was waging war against Austria, Russia, Great Britain and other countries.
Do you want to repeat the success this great commander had at Marengo, Austerlitz, Wagram? Or maybe you want to stop one of the greatest tyrants of Europe?
You’ll be given an army which you can use for implementations of your plans. The army is made up of units, any of them has different capacity, and the stronger the units are, the less of them you have. Moreover, there are also units that have some peculiar skills. For instance, sappers can neutralize the enemy’s mines, a spy can kill the enemy general, and a brave can sacrifice himself to win any other unite.
You don’t like strategy games, and you prefer chess or card games? Then, this game is for you too.
Napoleonix is a logical turn-based strategy game for two players (though it can be played by one person against the computer as well). The game presents a successful combination of strategic and tactical planning employed in turn-based strategies, it also has some elements of applying physiological pressure towards the opposer (bluff being one of them) which are used in a number of card games. The main thing about this game is that your opposer doesn’t know where your bulk strength is dislocated. This makes it possible to carry out diversionary maneuvers, complicated readjustment of force, make attacks and commit counterattacks. So, the main goal of the strategy is to get the actual information on where the opposer’s forces are dislocated.