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  • Franklin Title Info
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-John Bell Hood's All or Nothing Gamble-

Following the fall of Atlanta in the September of 1864, Confederate General John Bell Hood sought a miracle. He knew that his Army of Tennessee was no match for a pitched battle against the unified Federal army now facing himand so he sought to evade destruction by doing the unexpected; he turned north and headed his army towards central Tennessee.

His plan was simple -divide and conquer. By moving north, he could threaten Union lines of communication. He envisioned a liberated Tennessee that would rally to his army, swell his ranks with new recruits and eventually cross the Ohio River and invade the north. But before this plan could succeed, Nashville had to fall, but bloody Franklin stood between Hood and Nashville.

 

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62 individual Historical and What If Scenarios are available:

  • Spring Hill
  • Franklin
  • Nashville
  • Traveler's Rest
  • Overall's Creek
  • Columbia
  • and more...
 

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Features:

  • A Scenario Editor that allows the players to build their own scenarios.
  • A Campaign Editor that allows the players to build their own campaigns.
  • Play modes include A/I, Hot Seat, PBEM, LAN & Internet play.
  • Historically crafted Order of Battles, with hundreds of regimental units.
  • Winter terrain.
  • Fog of War.
  • Numerous optional rule settings (i.e. Weak ZOC, Auto Defensive Fire, Rout Limiting, etc...).
Columbia map Nashville map (Franklin version) Spring Hill to Franklin map
Columbia: 784 kb gif Nashville: 1.61 mb gif Spring Hill to Franklin: 6.57 mb gif

Campaigns:

Campaign Franklin allows you to not only play numerous individual scenarios, but allows you to play the game as a campaign. From the "what if" Battle of Columbia, to the decisive Battle of Nashville, your troops will have the chance to succeed where Hood failed. If you manage your army well and make good decisions that are offered to you as you progress, you may indeed succeed and liberate Tennessee. The campaign game features branching scenario choices, troop losses that carry over to the next battle, and many hours of exciting challenges.

 
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Credits:

  • Developer: John Tiller
  • Artist: Joeseph Amoral
  • Graphics Coordinator: Mark Adams
  • Background Music: Thomas Hook
  • Vocals: Jennifer Davis
  • Scenario Design: Rich Walker
  • Historical Consultant: Rick de la Parra
  • Campaign Maps: Mike Avanzini
  • Playtesters: Brett Schulte, & Jim Thomas

System Requirements:

Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8
Processor: 1 GHz
Disk Space: 1 GB
Memory: 1 GB
Video Memory: 1 GB

Get Campaign Franklin at John Tiller Software today.

 

 

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