Campaign 1776: The American Revolution
GenresStrategy, Tactical, Turn-based
PlayersHot Seat, Internet, LAN, PBEM, Singleplayer
DescriptionCampaign 1776: The American Revolution is a tactical/operational level game covering the major battles of the American Revolution from the first clashes at Concord and Lexington to the Siege of Yorktown. The game combines a detailed tactical game engine with a higher level campaign game so that the player can fight individual battles, a campaign covering several battles, or the entire Revolutionary War.
* Play Modes include play against the computer (A/I mode), two-player hot-seat at the same computer, two-player Play-By-E-Mail (PBEM), and multi-player network play (over the Internet, LAN, modem dialup, or direct cable connections).
*Over 40 historical and what-if battles are included in the game together with a full-feature scenario editor. The game also includes 4 historical campaigns: Greene vs. Cornwallis, Washington vs. Howe, and Gates vs. Burgoyne plus a small campaign covering the major events of the full war.
* Includes Main Program, Scenario Editor, Campaign Front-End, and Campaign Editor. The Campaign Editor allows the player to construct their own campaign games.
* Complete on-line documentation help files together with printable versions of the documentation files.
* Includes period background music which plays during the game.