-Winning a Wilderness Empire-
The French & Indian War covers the North American theater of the greater conflict known as the Seven Years War raging around the globe. This title picks up with skirmishes occurring in 1754 and goes until 1760 when things were pretty much settled in the New World. There are 183 scenarios included along with one major and four mini campaigns.
Historical and What If Scenarios:
- Crown Point
- Fort Beausejour
- Fort Edward
- Fort Frontenac
- Fort Levis
- Fort Necessity
- Fort Niagara
- Fort Oswego
- Fort Stanwix
- Fort Ticonderoga/Carillon
- Fort Willaim Henry
- Jumonville's Glen
- La Belle Famille
- Lake George
- and more...
- Campaign of 1758
- 1755: Edward & Frederic
- 1755: Monongahela Madness
- 1755: On to Ontario
- 1754: Washington's Wilderness Adventure
Battle of the Plains of Abraham: 13 September 1759 -Click to Enlarge
- Indirect artillery fire by certain artillery & ships.
- Supply losses count towards victory point levels when set by scenario designer.
- Emplaced (fortress) artillery.
- Land units able to use canoes.
- New weapon type for Indians - shorter range, greater melee strength.
- New weapon type - Heavy Mortars.
- Most Militia is now coded as poor infantry, so they can't exploit the Extended Line feature.
- 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.
- Developer: John Tiller
- Scenario Design: Richard Hamilton & Al Amos
- Artist: Joe Amoral
- Uniform Research: Mark Adams
- Background Music: Thomas Hook
- Vocalist: Jennifer Davis
- Campaign Maps: Mike Avanzini
- Campaign Game Maps: Phil Natta
- Cover Painting: Adrian George
- Playtesters: Garry Cope, Ernie Sands, Dave Moser, Dave Frey, Terry Lubka, Greg Hanbuch, Tom Ciampa, Sean Coffey, Charlie Cutshall, Phil Natta, & Richard White
Windows XP, Vista, or 7
Processor: 1 GHz
Disk Space: 1 GB
Memory: 1 GB
Video Memory: 512 MB