Norb Software Development, Inc. Announces Scourge of War - Antietam

Freehold, NJ, December 27, 2011. Norb Software Development, Inc. (NSD) today released the Antietam Battle Pack for Scourge of War – Gettysburg.

Antietam is the second expansion pack for Scourge of War – Gettysburg. Featuring the battles of Antietam and South Mountain, Antietam includes 28 new single player and 2 multi-player historical scenarios depicting a highly realistic battlefield experience. Antietam is played on four new meticulously researched and accurate maps, delivering the ultimate Civil War playing experience for both casual and hard core gamers.

The Battle of Antietam, also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg, was the bloodiest single day in American history, with an estimated 23,000 casualties. The battle was fought on September 17th, 1862 along the Antietam Creek, near the small farming community of Sharpsburg, Maryland. It was part of General Robert E. Lee’s Maryland Campaign and was the first major battle of the American Civil War to take place in Union territory. NSD’s Antietam faithfully recreates the experiences, leadership decision-making, and topographical elements of this historic event.

Antietam is available for immediate download at


Norb Software Development (NSD) is an independent game company made up of leading game

developers who are also Civil War historical experts. From its 2006 beginnings with the

acclaimed Take Command series to today’s state of the art Scourge of War, NSD brings the

19th century combat engine to life for Civil War enthusiasts, historians and gamers looking to

experience strategic and tactical battlefield challenges in vivid, accurate detail.

NSD’s critically acclaimed Scourge of War – Gettysburg, the first in the Scourge of War series,

offers the definitive digital experience of the Battle of Gettysburg, putting players in command

of Union or Confederate troops in all stages of this epic Civil War turning point.  

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