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  • Bautzen Title Info
  • Planning Maps
  • Game Documents
Campaign Bautzen cover

In December and January of 1813 Napoleon's La Grande Armée limped back into Germany and Poland from the debacle that was the 1812 Russian campaign. Leaving Eugene to hold off the Allied onslaught, the Emperor returned to France to work his magic and out of the recruits of France a new army was formed.

Meanwhile, Eugene had fallen back in the face of the larger Allied host. The Prussians walked a diplomatic tight rope for the first months of the year but by March were in open revolt. The Prussian generals formed new forces in East Prussia and Silesia and other parts of the realm. Along with the standing army they were ready to stand with their Russian allies. England helped the Allies with cash and clothing and munitions. The Sixth Coalition was formed to liberate Germany and take the war to France. In the battles to come both sides would be sorely tested to hold their armies together.

Campaign Bautzen allows the players to refight the battles of Lützen and the massive battle of Bautzen, which was the largest land battle fought in Europe up to this time, and many other actions of the Spring Campaign of 1813. Will the Allies pull off a victory against Napoleon or will they succumb to his mastery on the battlefield?

As a bonus included in this title are the battles of the Russo-Swedish War of 1808-09. Refight the actions in Finland and Sweden which pitted the Russians against their old foes the Swedes. Engage the Swedes in their homeland in the last actions of the war. It's all there for you to enjoy!

 

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Scenarios:

  • Over 100 scenarios to include the classic battles of Lutzen and Bautzen as well as the majority of the actions of the Russo-Swedish War of 1808-09
  • A tutorial scenario that helps the player learn the game system.
  • Scenarios anywhere from 8 to over 100 turns are included which include all of the famous units that took part in the Spring Campaign of 1813 to include most of the early war Prussian formations. All of the major formations of the Russo-Swedish War are covered that fought in Finland.

Campaigns Included:

  • The Spring Campaign of 1813.
  • The Campaign of 1813 - a linking campaign that requires ownership of Campaign Leipzig.
 

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Features:

  • Turn scale is either 10 or 5 minute moves (the latter is for the Russo-Swedish War scenarios which are covered using the Company Level scale format).
  • A Design folder includes files and information that will aid the players in learning how to build their own scenarios.
  • A Terrain Effects Chart is included that helps the players determine the effects of terrain and the movement allowance of their units.
  • A Weapons Chart is included that allows the players to determine the range and effects of all weapons in the game.
  • Over 70 maps (to include numerous sub maps) are included which depict the famous and not as well known locations of both wars. Several of the maps included were not used in the scenarios and can be used to create new actions.
  • Scenario & Campaign Editors.
  • Play modes include A/I, Hot Seat, PBEM, LAN & Internet play.
 

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Changes:

  • Ship unit type added.
  • Dragoon cavalry type now functions as Medium Cavalry with their own distinct combat modifier.
 
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Bonus Documents:

  • The Armies of 1813-14 - pictorial display of the uniforms and soldiers with a short description for each branch of service.
  • Scenario Designer Guide - a compilation of information which will help anyone interested in creating their own scenarios for the game.
  • Terrain Chart.
  • Weapons Chart.
  • The Prussians of 1813 - a listing of their line and infantry regiments and certain reserve battalions which were formed up to fight. Includes uniform sytle listing and sample order of battle entries.

To Lützen

To Lützen (Maude)


Battle of Lützen
 
Battle of Bautzen
Battle of Lützen (Maude)
 
Battle of Bautzen (Maude)



Bautzen Concentration

Bautzen Concentration (Maude)

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Credits:

  • Developer: John Tiller
  • Artist: Joseph Amoral
  • Uniform Research: Mark Adams
  • Background Music: Thomas Hook
  • Project Coordinators: Rich Hamilton & Bill Peters
  • Scenario Design: Bill Peters & Richard White
  • Graphics Team: Mark Adams & Joe Amoral
  • Historical Consultants: Andrew Bamford, Warren Bajan, Set Karlsson, Lars Rössle, Oliver Schmidt, & Richard White
  • Scenario Maps: Bill Peters and Richard White (Company Level format for 1813 scenarios)
  • Campaign Maps: Bill Peters
  • Playtesters: Warren Bajan, Dean Beacham, Ed Blackburn, Bill Cann, Pierre Desruisseaux, Garret Fitzgerald, Michael Fredel, Tim Goodwin, Set Karlsson, Tom Karlsson, & Francisco Palomo

System Requirements:

Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8
Processor: 1 GHz
Disk Space: 1 GB
Memory: 1 GB
Video Memory: 512 MB

Get Campaign Bautzen today.
Planning Maps (Note these are 2d Zoom Out mode or 3d Zoom In mode)   
Altenburg map Baruth map Bautzen map
Altenburg: 5.98 mb gif Baruth: 1.12 mb gif Bautzen: 5.61 mb gif

CL Grossgorschen map Cottbus-Muskau map Dessau-Wittenberg map
Grossgorschen (Company Level): 14.7 mb gif Cottbus-Muskau: 11.5 mb gif Dessau-Wittenberg: 4.16 mb gif

Elsterwerda map Falkenberg map Finsterwalde map
Elsterwerda: 944 kb gif Falkenberg: 972 kb gif Finsterwalde: 0.98 mb gif

Frankfurt am Oder map Golgau map Gohrde map
Frankfurt am Oder: 1.24 mb gif Glogau: 987 kb gif Gorhde: 814 kb gif

Goldberg map Gorlitz-Reichenberg map Greussen map
Goldberg: 1.76 mb gif Gorlitz-Reichenberg: 1.88 mb gif Greussen: 1.03 mb gif

Grossenhain map Hagelberg map Hainau map
Grossenhain: 847 kb gif Hagelberg: 1.21 mb gif Hainau: 1.46 mb gif

Herzberg map Hoyerswerda map Kamenz-Pulznitz map
Herzberg: 1.02 mb gif Hoyerswerda: 1 mb gif Kamenz-Pulznitz: 4.08 mb gif

Karow map Konigswartha map Lobau map
Karow: 3.39 mb gif Konigswartha: 1.51 mb gif Lobau: 2.82 mb gif

Löcknitz map Luckenwalde map Lucknau-Lubben map
Löcknitz: 1.49 mb gif Luckenwalde: 1.04 mbgif Lucknau-Lubben: 4.57 mb gif

Lützen map Magdeburg-Mockern map Parchim map
Lützen: 3.41 mb gif Magdeburg-Mockern: 2.70 mb gif Parchim: 1.60 mb gif

Riesa map Taucha map Torgau map
Riesa: 908 kb gif Taucha: 1.64 mb gif Torgau: 1.03 mb gif

Wolfen map   Wurzen map
Wolfen: 1.11 mb gif   Wurzen: 0.99 mb gif

Russo-Swedish War Planning Maps
RSW Alavo map RSW Herranen map RSW Karstula map
Alavo: 764 kb gif Herranen: 759 kb gif Karstula: 1.22 mb gif

RSW Kauhajoki map RSW Kokosaari map RSW Lappfjard map
Kauhajoki: 0.98 mb gif Kokosaari: 586 kb gif Lappfjard: 693 kb gif

RSW Lappo map RSW Lintulaks map RSW Lokolaks map
Lappo: 1 mb gif Lintulaks: 631 kb gif Lokolaks: 865 kb gif

RSW Nederharma map RSW Nykarleby-Jutas map RSW Omassa map
Nederharma: 1.39 mb gif Nykarleby-Jutas: 2.15 mb gif Omassa: 793 kb gif

RSW Orvais map RSW Ratan map RSW Revolaks map
Orvais: 988 kb gif Ratan: 2.14 mb gif Revolaks: 972 kb gif

RSW Ruona RSW Salmi map RSW Sandostrom map
Ruona: 1.38 mb gif Salmi: 1.01 mb gif Sandostrom: 856 kb gif

RSW Savar map RSW Siikajoki map RSW Tjock map
Savar: 940 kb gif Siikajoki: 744 kb gif Tjock: 720 kb gif

RSW Vasa map RSW Viiret map RSW Yppari map
Vasa: 737 kb gif Viiret: 693 kb gif Yppari: 890 kb gif

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