|File Size: 474mb|
- 56K Modem: 18hr 48min
- DSL or Satelite: 61min
- High Speed: 12minManual: PDF E-Book, Printed - Black & White
|Unit Scale: Division|
Complexity: Average to High, depending on scenarios.
Field of Play: Operational and Strategic
Historical Period: US Civil War
Theater: The United States of America
Unit Scale: regiments to divisions
Turn Play: WEGO TBS, 15 days a turn.
AI: Yes either side (4 difficulty levels)
Game Editor: No
Resolution: Supports Multiple Resolutions Min: 1024x768 Max: 1280x1024
Manual: PDF(Download) & B&W Printed(Physical), 138 pages
Windows XP, Vista, 7
Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon, 1200 MHz
1024 Mb RAM
64 MB Graphic Card, DirectX 9.0c compatible
DirectMusic compliant sound-card
1.5 GB free hard disk space
DirectX version: 9.0c
Windows compatible mouse and keyboard
Windows Vista not officially supported, please try the Demo first
In AGEOD's American Civil War - The Blue and the Gray, players are military and political leaders trying to lead the troops of their nations (armies and fleets) to victory, in the midst of some of the toughest operations during those five years of wild campaigning throughout a divided nation.
Most of the individual years of campaign between 1861 and 1865 are playable via a separate scenario. Advanced scenarios will allow recreation of some yearly and/or theatre campaigns, and there will be of course the complete Grand Campaign covering the whole war.
Altogether, American Civil War — Blue and the Grey is a very solid game that was great to play, from the scenario to grand campaign.
Ars Geek Review
8.5/10 - Just plain fun.
PC Gamer UK
The gripping subject matter, the refreshing absence of turns, and the fact that victory and defeat are often just a couple of bomb or torpedo hits away, combine to produce pace and levels of excitement you don't often find in hardcore wargames.
The Wargamer Review
(...) a serious contender, in my opinion, for Strategy Game of the Year. And it may also be the best Grand Strategic simulation of the Civil War ever devised. It combines a blessedly intuitive – yet actually rather complex – interface, marvelous depth-of-play, a compelling sense of epic drama, and a handsome, distinctive look that is also cunningly designed to add to the “period” atmosphere