European War 6: 1804 9+

Turn-based Strategy War Game

悦 张

    • 4.6 • 4.9K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



After the end of the American War of Independence, the French Revolution
broke out in Europe in 1789. The world is about to change!
Napoleon, Duke of Wellington, Nelson, Blucher, Kutuzov, Washington, Davout
and other military geniuses will become protagonists in changing this world.


*** More than 90 famous battles in 10 chapters
『Declaration of Independence』 『Dominion of Canada』『French Eagle』『Holy Roman Empire』『Overlord in Eastern Europe』
『Ottoman Empire』『British Empire』『Liberation of South America』『The Birth of the Empire』『Roman Unification』
*** Choose your generals and promote their ranks and titles
*** Train the special units, such as the old guards, highlanders, death's head hussars, etc.
*** Build a palace and get the princess of each country
*** Train your army and improve their skills


*** Build military facilities and train the units
*** Develop cities to increase income, upgrade the national technology
*** Build a military academy to study various military tactics
*** Historical events will affect the situation on the battlefield
*** Building wonders will bring various advantages to the entire country
*** The diplomatic system can allow allies to join the war as soon as possible, or delay the enemy’s declaration of war on us
Declare war on any country or assist allies at any time
*** Choose strong or weak countries to challenge different difficulties
Win with less time to get higher scores, rank with other players in Game Center
If you reach 『A』you can get a special reward, and when you reach 『S』, you can unlock hidden content


*** Win the victory within the specified conditions, which will test your commanding skills
*** Complete the battles of famous generals to unlock and get them
*** Use the general's specific abilities to complete missions around the world


*** Players can battle each other by using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth


*** Cloud archives support users to change their devices without losing archives
*** Using a new engine to improve the game graphics
*** 160 portraits of generals were redrawn and introductions were added
*** 90 historical battles in 45 countries, including the Battle of Saratoga, Battle of Austerlitz, etc.
*** More than 200 units from different countries and various styles of buildings
*** 39 technology and more than 120 items
*** Support Wi-Fi Battle
*** Conquest mode supports ranking on Game Center
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What’s New

Version 1.3.5

- Added support for latest iPhones
- Updated Ads SDK

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4.9K Ratings

4.9K Ratings

The Naval Historian ,

Quite nice, slight historical inaccuracy

First I will this is VERY fun. The campaigns are hard and it takes me a while, but it’s fun. I’ve had this game for a year or so and it’s five stars. There are in inaccuracies. For example, the battle of the pyramids. You say there were 40 thousand Mamelukes. There were, but only 21 thousands participated. Most of the campaigns are inaccurate in there number of troops on each side. Also, the map is not quite accurate. I love the napoleonic wars and study them constantly. I do think the Old Guard should be less, and it would be fun if you added the Middle and Young Guard. Also, nations do multiply there troops very fast. Last thing. North Africa wouldn’t of three or four nations it would of been the Barbary States. They were there own county’s. This includes the the nations of Tunis, Tripoli, and others. The Ottomans were not french allies after 1798. Also, in 1812 you put troops in Russia for the invasion. You should put more troops there. And, in 1798 put troops in Egypt for the French campaign. And my biggest complaint is that the army’s don’t follow the tactics of the time. They make infantry squares or make cavalry charges. If you make them do that then 10 stars. Thank you for a great game.

branjae1 ,

Suggestion: New Special Unit

You have added the Campaign of the American Revolution. Nice. But, we can take it a step further. A new special unit known as the American Militia. It has the exact same weapons, offensive/defensive damages, and everything else of Dominion Militia in Canada, but different units will either have brown or blue uniforms. Also, American Militia has high morale under an AMERICAN General and low morale under a BRITISH/CANADIAN General. Their morale will not change under any other General, but their damage will increase a little bit under a FRENCH General. The American Militia will be more useful than normal Militia in offensives, as their one of their special attacks (or whatever you call it) is charge. Charge is when they run into the enemy at top speed, and giving the enemy low morale, and if successful, EXTREMELY low health. That combined with a French General is overpowered against AI. Also, for fairness, the American Militia will not be used in Multiplayer unless someone spawns in a Dominion Militia from Canada (which for now is impossible).

NolanKlem ,

These games changed my life

I was 9 years old when I played my first European war game (The third installment) and I loved it, and had never played anything like it before. In the 5 years since then I have played every one of your military strategy games. I begun to notice how intriguing the missions were (Tannenburg campaign, Jutland, austerlitz, etc) and I suddenly became interested in history. These games are so perfectly crafted with the right amount of difficulty and strategic test. Now I can be classified as a history nerd (good thing) and my classmates always ask my help with understanding politics during WW1 and The Cold War when our teacher gives them too little information. (I even realized that she got the starting date of WW1 off by three days 😂) The point is, if I had never discovered these games I probably would never have this passion for history and wouldn’t be the person I am today. So thank you!

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