MORAT 1476

MORAT 1476

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MORAT 1476
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Morat 1476 is a two player contest, between Spring 1474 and Winter 1477, opposing the Duchy of Burgundy under Charles the Bold and the Swiss Confederation and its allies, for the control of the key heartlands in the Wars of Burgundy, at the end of the Middle Ages.

Title
Wars Across the World: Morat 1476
Genre
Historical, Strategy
Period
Medieval
Developper
Strategiae
Editor
Plug In Digital
Language
Release Date
December 01 2017
2,99 €
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Morat 1476 is the story of the ‘War of Burgundy’, with the attempts of Charles the Bold to capture the key Duchy of Lorraine and nearby lands, and keep it against hisr adversaries. His foes, the Swiss Confederation and its Imperial allies, must beat and repel their enemy outside of Switzerland and eastern France and possibly seize for themselves the territories neighbouring their realm.

Morat 1476 is played in 24 turns, each representing two months, between Spring 1474 and Winter 1477.

Two players, Duchy of Burgundy and the Swiss Confederation, are facing each other in the Wars of Burgundy, at the end of the Middle Ages.

  • Charles the Bold’s Burgundians dream to create a unified realm in the middle of Europe, with the help of their small but balanced army, made of Gendarme knights, English archers and canons, as well as the alliance of Savoy and Italy.
  • The Swiss Confederation has almost no cavalry but their numerous pikemen and halberd are fearful and they can create an alliance with Lorraine and the Empire to humble Charles the Bold and his ambitions!

The game’s event cards allow full replay ability thanks to the numerous various situations that they create on the diplomatic, military, political or economical fields.

Average playtime: 2h00
Favored side: none
Most difficult to play: Burgundy

Introduction

Morat 1476 is the story of the ‘War of Burgundy’, with the attempts of Charles the Bold to capture the key Duchy of Lorraine and nearby lands, and keep it against hisr adversaries. His foes, the Swiss Confederation and its Imperial allies, must beat and repel their enemy outside of Switzerland and eastern France and possibly seize for themselves the territories neighbouring their realm.

Morat 1476 is played in 24 turns, each representing two months, between Spring 1474 and Winter 1477.

Two players, Duchy of Burgundy and the Swiss Confederation, are facing each other in the Wars of Burgundy, at the end of the Middle Ages.

  • Charles the Bold’s Burgundians dream to create a unified realm in the middle of Europe, with the help of their small but balanced army, made of Gendarme knights, English archers and canons, as well as the alliance of Savoy and Italy.
  • The Swiss Confederation has almost no cavalry but their numerous pikemen and halberd are fearful and they can create an alliance with Lorraine and the Empire to humble Charles the Bold and his ambitions!

The game’s event cards allow full replay ability thanks to the numerous various situations that they create on the diplomatic, military, political or economical fields.

Game duration

Average playtime: 2h00
Favored side: none
Most difficult to play: Burgundy

The Map
Counters
Events cards
Windows
Minimale: 
O/S Version
Windows 7/8
Processor
2.5 GHz Intel Dual Core
RAM
Graphics Card
512 MB NVIDIA GeForce 9600
Network
Not necessary in version 1.00 (DSL connexion sufficient)
Hard Disk space
750 Mb (DLC excluded)
Recommandée: 
O/S Version
Windows 7 or higher
Processor
2.5 GHz Intel Dual Core
RAM
4 Gb
Graphics Card
1024 MB DirectX 11 Compatible
Network
Not necessary in version 1.00 (DSL connexion sufficient)
Hard Disk space
2 Gb (DLC excluded)
Mac OS X
Minimale: 
O/S Version
10.9 or higher
Processor
2.5 GHz Intel Dual Core
RAM
2 Gb
Network
Not necessary in version 1.00 (DSL connexion sufficient)
Hard Disk space
750 Mb (DLC excluded)
Recommandée: 
O/S Version
10.9 or higher
Processor
2.5 GHz Intel Dual Core
RAM
4 Gb
Network
Not necessary in version 1.00 (DSL connexion sufficient)
Hard Disk space
2 Gb (DLC excluded)
Documentation
Scenario Presentation