From the website:
Field of Glory is an approachable and fun wargame
system for your PC that covers the ancient and medieval worlds. It's
intuitive user interface makes it an ideal game to pick up for new
comers to the hobby, while it's subtlety and depth ensure long term
interest for the grognard. Find out what it is like to be a Caesar at
the battle of Philippi against Pompey. Command from the rear or imspire
your men and risk death and injury from the front line. The initial
release covers during the Rise of Rome from Zama in North Africa to the
battles of Boudicca’s revolt in Britain. Later releases will expand to
new periods and new areas of the ancient and medieval world. Based on
the popular Field of Glory tabletop wargaming system from Slitherine
(www.fieldofglory.com), the PC version takes care of all the
calculations and measurements and just leaves you to make the important
and fun decisions.
The game works well. The only glitches are no sound (not really required for the game play) and the editor in multiplayer (where you can send messages to your opponent) which displays odd behaviour when trying correct typos.