In the year 1800, conflict has spread throughout the world. Throughout Europe the Napoleonic Wars rage on between the French Emperor Napoleon and those intent on stopping him. Great Britain, in an effort to strike against Napoleon has become determined to control trade on the seas. Unfortunately, America, the newest world power has become reliant on Atlantic trade, and will not sit idly by as their livelihood is threatened. What started as a war in Europe has quickly spread to become a world war. In 1800, you can take control of America, Britain, or France as you play through historically based missions spanning through the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812. Within the next week, a prototype will be available for players to try.
1800 is currently entered in the Stemfuse Got Game competition! We could really use some votes, and would really appreciate it if you'd support us by upvoting us at Arcade.stemfuse.com. Currently we are in 5th place in the senior division, but have a ton of ground to make up. If you could share around the link also, that would help a ton.
Also, for those of you that haven't seen the demo yet, here's a video of some of the gameplay to give you an idea of what the game will be like. This is specifically during the American campaign, so it shows battles between American and British forces throughout Canada and America. Our goal is to make the campaign somewhat historically based, so that after playing you can say you've at least learned a little bit more about history.
Stay tuned for more updates, and in the mean time please vote at Arcade.stemfuse.com!
After a couple months of work, a demo has finally been released as our entry for the Stemfuse Got Game competition. Although the demo has various issues...
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