Relive one of the moments in history when dead men’s blood gushed out all over the battlefield,
horses neighed in frenzy, kicking sand to the air, and swords thirsted for blood during The battle
of AUSTERLITZ which took place on December 2nd, 1805. Austerlitz brings digital life to this moment
as a 3D war-based game.
It is the third in a series of games based on Napoleonic battles. Players have the option of playing
as emperor Napoleon Of France or czar Alexander of Russia. As a successor of the previous game Borodino
this game was very anticipated by its fan base.
The player has a list of commands to execute in order to play this game you can play one player or
multiplayer and can choose either of the warring fronts or you can sit back and watch the computer play
the game to reach each side's historical objective.
Dr. Peter Durcan who published this game saw an opportunity and filled the gap in the market for
historical games while at the same time, he did not make any changes to the interface of the game.
Just like its predecessors, AUSTERLITZ shows the battle unfold on a 3D panoramic view while sending
commands for players to enter and make their next moves.
It was released in 1989 on dos, Atari St and Amiga in the United Kingdom and Germany. The objective
of these games is not just to entertain players but also to enrich their knowledge of history.
Austerlitz, Borodino, and Waterloo provide players more insight into the unforgettable Napoleonic wars.
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