Most of the scenarios from BOA have 'migrated' to WIA (with tons of improvements, of course! More on that in another feature focus :nuts
- Campaign 1755-1763
- Montcalm 1756
- Annus Mirabilis 1759
- Campaign 1775-1783
- Campaign 1776-1783
- Carolina 1776
- Saratoga 1777
- Campaign 1778
- Tory Indian War 1778
- Lincoln 1779
- Greene 1780
- Cornwallis 1781
- Yorktown 1781
Additional new scenarios are being developed and tested: 1636 Pequot War [Great Britain colonies vs. Native Americans]
The Pequot War was an armed conflict between an alliance of Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth colonies, with Native American allies (the Narragansett and Mohegan tribes), against the Pequot tribe. This war saw the elimination of the Pequot as a viable polity in what is present-day southern New England. 1756 Montcalm – Roi Louis 'what-if' [France vs. Great Britain]
A what-if scenario. The player start with exactly the same setup as the 1756 Moncalm scenario. If the French player succeeds in capturing and holding several strategic locations [or Albany alone], the French King [Roi Louis XV] becomes convinced that the capture of all of North America is in reach. Additional reinforcements are sent to pursue this goal. 1774 Dunmore's War [Great Britain colonies vs. Native Americans]
This scenarios covers the brief war in 1774 between the Colony of Virginia and the Indian nations of the Shawnee and Mingo.
The conflict resulted from escalating violence between British colonists who in accordance with previous treaties were exploring and moving into land south of the Ohio River—modern West Virginia and Kentucky—and American Indians who held treaty rights to hunt there. As a result of successive attacks by Indian hunting and war bands upon the settlers, war was declared to pacify the hostile Indian war bands. 1779 Galvez War [Spain vs. Great Britain]
This scenarios covers the campaigns conducted by Spanish governor of Louisiana between 1779 and 1781 which saw the conquest of British West Florida.
On June 21, 1779 Spain declared war on England. Gálvez, Governor of Louisiana, swiftly and secretly organized Louisiana and New Orleans for war. After many victories, he received many honors from Spain for his military victories against the British, including promotion to lieutenant general and field marshal, governor and captain general of Louisiana and Florida (now separated from Cuba), the command of the Spanish expeditionary army in America, and the titles of viscount of Gálveztown and count of Gálvez. 1791 Fallen Timbers [Americans vs. Native Americans]
This scenarios covers the campaigns conducted by American forces against the Delaware and Shawnee Indians between 1791 and 1794 which saw the establishment of American control in the Northwest Territory.
...and Pontiac's War ... and new 1812 Scenarios including a full 1812 campaign...