Lead the Continental Army through the battle of Boston, Southern and Yorktown Campaign in this American Revolutionary War.
Use infantry and fire support to take control the ground, siege or bombard your foes into submission.
Genre: Strategy game
American Revolutionary Warfare is linear strategy game. Units can be ordered to advance or occupy line of battlefield and siege. Units known as Line Infantry: Light Infantry, Grenadiers Infantry, Riflemen and Militias. Support an also be called down upon command.
Mouse – Select one regiment to deploy the battlefield, select one regiments to command (Command option – March, charge bayonets, halt, fire, fire at will, make ready, take aim, charge – when morale is low or fighting the battlefield, take cover – when enemy regiment prepared to volley fire), select one support to coordinate to take any damage from the fort, battlefield or ditch.
Battle of Lexington and Concord – beginning. Deployment – Militia.
Bunker Hill. Deployment – Militia and Riflemen, Cannon.
Southern Theater – start tutorial – Georgia. South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.
Siege of Yorktown – Final battle. Last Stand of General Cornwallis
Line Infantry: Line infantry used mostly two types of formation in its battles: the line and the column.
Light Infantry – Light infantry were soldiers whose job was to provide a skirmishing screen ahead of the main body of infantry, harassing and delaying the enemy advance. Light infantry was distinct from line infantry.
Grenadier Infantry – A Grenadier was originally a specialized soldier, for throwing of grenades and sometimes assault operations. The Grenadiers were chosen from the strongest and largest soldiers. Grenadiers would also often lead the storming f fortification breaches in siege warfare, although this role was more usually fulfilled by all-arm units of volunteers.
Militias – A Militia generally refers to an army or other fighting force that is composed of non-professional fighters; subject of a state or government that can be called upon to enter a combat situation, as opposed to a professional force of regular soldiers or members of the fighting nobility.
Hessians – The Hessians were German soldiers hired through their rulers by the British Empire. In the context of the British service, they were all referred to as Hessians. The American colonists called them mercenaries.