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Napoleon is a strategic-level board wargame designed by Tom Dalgliesh covering the Waterloo Campaign of the Hundred Days after Napoleon's return from Elba starting with the French invasion of Belgium on June 15, 1815. Each turn is one-third of a day (with only one player moving per turn, so the French move first on the first day, and move that night, then the Allied forces move first the second day and that night, and so on).
It was one of the early block wargames published by Gamma Two Games in 1974. It was later published by Avalon Hill in 1977 before going to the creator's new company Columbia Games which published a third edition in 1994 and will publish a 4th edition in June 2013.
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