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About Napoleonic Era

Napoleonic Era is a popular mod for the game Age of Empires III.

Napoleonic Era is and has been one of the most popular mods for Age of Empires III and its expansions The Warchiefs and The Asian Dynasties for over 8 years. The project was founded in January 2006 at the German Age of Empires site age-community.net by Alexander Fleger and is being continued by Peter Piepenburg since February 2010. The mod intends to raise the historical, visual and technical quality of Age of Empires III and live up to the things that made the Age of Empires series great. It tries to do so by greatly expanding and reworking the game with new units, buildings, maps, sounds, music, civilizations and a better AI. Unlike the original game, Napoleonic Era also covers Europe, Africa and Western Asia as historical spheres of interest.

The mod's theme peaks in the year of 1815 which marks the end of the Napoleonic Era and Wars which count to the most influential military events during the time period of Age of Empires III.

Napoleonic Era expands the original game with new civilizations, units, buildings, random maps, natives and gameplay features.

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