Campaign 1776: The American Revolution is a tactical/operational level game covering the major battles of the American Revolution from the first clashes at Concord and Lexington to the Siege of Yorktown. The game combines a detailed tactical game engine with a higher level campaign game so that the player can fight individual battles, a campaign covering several battles, or the entire Revolutionary War. Play Modes include play against the computer (A/I mode), two-player hot-seat at the same computer, two-player Play-By-Email (PBEM), and multi-player network play (over the Internet, LAN, modem dialup, or direct cable connections). Over 40 historical and what-if battles are included in the game together with a full-feature scenario editor. The game also includes 4 historical campaigns: Greene vs. Cornwallis, Washington vs. Howe, and Gates vs. Burgoyne plus a small campaign covering the major events of the full war. Includes Main Program, Scenario Editor, Campaign Front-End, and Campaign Editor. The Campaign Editor allows the player to construct their own campaign games. Supports both 2D and 3D graphical views. In 3D view, units are shown in detail with uniforms matching the historical situation. Complete on-line documentation help files together with printable versions of the documentation files.