from French Revolution to 1815
Trois Jours de Gloire 1805 (Three Days of Glory 1805) combines three battles of the German and Austrian campaigns of 1805, already published in the Jours de Gloire (Days of Glory) series, in a revised and redesigned edition: Elchingen, Hollabrunn, Austerlitz.Note : this wargame is a special issue not included in subscriptions.
Fleurus 1794 is a wargame from the series "les batailles de la Revolution" (Battles of the French Revolutionary wars), by Matthieu Dangla.It covers the battle of Fleurus, between the French army of General Jourdan and a Coalition force lead by Saxe-Cobourg. The game is included in running subscription and will release end of December.
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. Pre-order with a 15% discount until 24th. December 2016 ! Available : End of december 2016
Arcola 1796 is the 41st battle in the Jours de Gloire series. The battle was fought during three days, from November 15-17, 1796, and is simulated in three independent scenarios and a campaign game, taking into account the strategic situation in which the fighting occurred. Includes English Rules.
Aspern-Essling 1809 covers the two days of the battle (May 21th and 22nd), with special rules dealing with the command situation of the French army (Lannes and Masséna). The bridges between the island of Lobau and the left bank of the Danube also play an important place in the simulation.2nd edition
Les Quatre-Bras and Waterloo 1815 is a complete game in the Jours de Gloire series. It covers the battles which were fought on June 16 and June 18, 1815, during the Emperor Napoléon’s offensive in Belgium. This second edition of the game uses Jours de Gloire Series Rules, 2021 Version.