Waterloo 1815: The Last Battle of Napoleon

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Game with luxury box and pieces of wood that simulate the formations of the armies. There are also informative markers. Letters of historical events that will make your different games always. Informational help letters of the types of units of each army. Dice. Fun, easy to play also has advanced rules to simulate the battle better. (Note: Some of the images include extra components that are not included with the basic game and are sold to part)

Photos courtesy of Dr. Meeple
Components:
  • Luxury box.
  • Board-Map of size A1, mounted and 2 mm thick.
  • 2 Markers Sheets
  • 2 Sheets of Adhesive labels
  • 10 cards help players with all the features of all units.
  • 24 event cards, which will make your games different.
  • Rules Booklet
  • 4 Colored Dice (2 red and 2 blue)
  • 154 Pieces of wood:
  • 63 9x9x25mm Parts for Infantry
  • 39 pieces of 7x7x22 for chivalry
  • 52 pieces of 6x6x14 for artillery and officers.

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Description

Strategy game or wargame that simulates the last battle of Napoleon and the end of his empire. This game recreates the combat waged between the French army, led by the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and the Allied troops, led by Duke of Wellington and of the Prussian army of the Marshal Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, near the city of Waterloo (Belgium) , 18 June 1815. The military units (infantry, cavalry or artillery) of this game are represented by blocks of wood of different sizes. The game includes stickers that must be glued on the wooden blocks in order to correctly identify the various units. It also includes bookmarking units and event charts that will make each single game. The game board represents the type of terrain where the real battle took place. This map shows the most important places, as well as different types of terrain that existed at the time of the famous battle. Designer: José Antonio Baena Luengo

Reviews, VIDEO comments and components:

Wargamer Reviewer (in Spanish):

Dr. Meeple:

Blog dedicated to the games, made a very interesting review from the point of view of a new player in war games: Dr. Meeple-Waterloo

The Boardgaminglife:

British magazine specializing in wargames made the following review: Waterloo 1815

News Fahrenheit77 Blog:

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Games and Dice:

On the Games blog and Dice did a thorough analysis of the game. Waterloo Games and Dice

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TheHavy360: Comments on books and games

Components by Wargamer Reviewer:

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