Patch v2.20 Fixes
- Range check error which occurs when sending supplies to the centre of ops
- Forced march still rests when fatigue is high.
- Range check error and other behaviour when setting bridge to be blown or built.
Patch v2.20 Added
- Enemy dots added on jumpmap
- Counter stacking alignment change makes it easier to read ratings on the right side of the counter when other units are adjacent.
Patch v2.10 Fixes
- Attaching Army commanders not working.
- Text overlapping on top of screen.
- Blank Combat screen at seemingly random times during game.
- PBEM game problem that would sometimes produce a black screen and some other minor issues.
- Scenarios so two player miniatures option now works.
- Setup screen so campaign button will change the end date.
- When selecting city-supply depots it does not display their value but the value of the city last found.
- Enemy units were being revealed when clicking on empty hexes.
- Crisis on the Danube 1809 scenario. The French were able to enter Vienna, but not leave. And the Guards unit will not move. The units will try to move out, but return the next phase.
- Scenario Charles in Bavaria 1805 PBEM - France is not notified when orders were being received. Austrian player was.
- Bug where if there's a battle on the last turn the scenario does not end where it should.
Patch v2.10 Added
- AI will attempt to burn supply depots before they're captured.
- The designation next to each instance of the commander's name.
For any connoisseur of Napoleonic gaming, Campaigns on the Danube 1805 & 1809 is a fascinating and fast-paced game that is bound to provide countless hours of surprises and conquest.
- Map covers central Europe from Ulm in the west to Olmutz in the northeast
- Maneuver elements consist of divisions and brigades
- Realistic command delays, orders send to subordinates may be lost
- Realistic army supply rules
- AI can play either side (French or Austrians)
- PBEM capability
- Ability to fight battles using miniatures
- Seven scenarios covering 1805 and 1809
For more information, visit the website at http://www.matrixgames.com/games/campaignsonthedanube/ or check the main Matrix Games page at http://www.matrixgames.com.
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