Imperium Romanum II
Imperium Romanum II is based on West End Games classic Imperium Romanum. More accurate, informative and attractive maps, an increase in the number of unit colors and types, rules substantially revised with an eye to readability, clarity, and historical accuracy, and the addition of new scenarios (and the elimination of some older ones) are just some of the improvements players will find in this thorough revision.
Imperium Romanum II is the game of the Roman Empire -the greatest and most glorious empire the world has ever known. The rules book describes the intricacies of Roman political, economic, and military conflict. The game-map portrays the whole Roman world, from Britannia to Parthia, in exacting detail, and the 800 game counters depict individual legions, fleets, and auxiliary units. The thirty-five scenarios examine every major Roman war, civil and external, through 700 years that shaped the Western World.
Many games claim historical accuracy; players will be astonished at the wealth of historical detail in this one. Many games claim to be playable; players will be very pleased at how elegantly Imperium Romanum II joins scholarly historical concern to an eminently playable game system. In short, Imperium Romanum II is the definitive game of the Roman Empire.
Suitable for solitaire play.
Some of the 35 scenarios provided can be played to completion in 4 hours or less; others could take as long as 100 hours.
Some scenarios permit as many as 6 players; others as few as 2.
This download includes the following:
– High quality rulebook in PDF format ready to print
– Full colour enhanced map ready to print
– All unpunched counters in color ready to print
– All tables and charts ready to print
A fantastic addition to any wargame collection in a convenient format.
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1809: NAPOLEON’S DANUBE CAMPAIGN is a two player, Division level simulation of Napoleon’s 1809 Danube Campaign against a revitalized Austrian army determined to avenge its humiliating defeats of the past. It covers three months of bitter conflict requiring an advance over more than 200 miles of the Danube Valley in a campaign of manoeuvre, thrust and counterthrust immortalized on such battlefields as Abensberg, Ratisbon, Ebelsberg, Aspern-Essling, and Wagram.