European War 4: Napoleon is a turn-based strategy game that has you playing as either France or Russia in the quest to defeat your opponent for world domination. The game takes place roughly in 1798-1803, which was also the century’s most important period in history. It was during this general timeframe that Napoleon became Emperor of France, crowned himself as “the First Consul” and declared himself an emperor.
With a day-to-day time period and active combat, this game is as close as you can get to living out your Napoleon dreams! The idea is to ensure that you win the war for the country you choose to play for. It features four different playable countries and multiple terrain types like deserts, grasslands, forests, marshes, mountains, and snowy tundra.
Design Your Play
You can also design your own leader with unique traits that will help you defeat the opposing army. Choose from over two hundred generals across forty-two countries to make your army as strong and powerful as possible. Get ready to strategize your army’s moves in order to win European War 4: Napoleon.
European War 4: Napoleon is easy to learn but difficult to master. It’s well worth the download if you are looking for something new to sink your teeth into. The advanced AI makes the game very re-playable, especially considering how many different ways one could approach taking over the world!
Seamless Map System
The map system of European War 4: Napoleon has been designed in a way that you can seamlessly zoom in and out of the territories and borders of every nation. Every nation you zoom into is shown clearly, This is extremely essential for you to plan your moves to beat your enemies.
Play across the six war zones; Imperial Eagle, Coalition, Holy Rome Empire, Eastern Overlord, Rise of America, and Sun Never Sets through eighty foud different campaigns to make full use of the experience that this game aims to give.
These are six different conquest scenarios of that age that you can play for. These include America- 1775, Europe- 1798, Europe- 1806, Europe- 1809, America- 1812, and Europe- 1815.