Plancenoit 1815


The advance of the Prussian IV Corps led by Bulow threatened the French right flank and rear near the town of Plancenoit during the battle of Waterloo. Napoleon was forced to take much-needed troops from his front against the Allies under Wellington to hold back Bulow. In effect, he traded men for time. Crisis on the Right: Plancenoit 1815 is a tactical simulation of those events on Sunday, June 18, 1815.

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Available is a Vassal module for Crisis on the Right: Plancenoit 1815 created by Art Bennett. The module is complimentary upon request with purchase of any game format.

Prices in menu below includes shipping and handling. Select Domestic (US) or International destination. The game comes in boxed, folio (poly-bag), and print-and-play (PnP) formats.

"Really enjoyed it..."

See Matt White video review below.


Game Design, Play Testing, Production:

Michael W. Kennedy

Game Map Art: Jose R Faura

Countersheet Art: Antonio Pinar

Cover Art: Mike Mirfin

Vassal Module: Art Bennett


4-Page Rulebook

Player Reference Sheet

147 Double-Sided 5-8" Counters and Markers

17" x 11" Game Board



Brigade and Division Level

Action Points

Variable Length Turns



Step Loss

Rally Actions

Cavalry Reaction Movement

Infantry Unit Breakdown

Infantry, Cavalry, and Artillery Unit Types

Group Movement

Organizational Defensive Support

Prussian and French Reinforcements

Defend the Town Scenario (Shorter Game)






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"Really enjoyed it...streamlined mechanics, great components...definitely has that Napoleonic feel that I look for in a Napoleonic game...plays solitaire really well...on the lighter is nice to play a game that focuses on a part of Waterloo rather than the whole campaign." -  from Matt White video review of Crisis on the Right.

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