Tricorne Scenario Statistics

Here you will find various statistics about our scenario database.

Total Plays

All scenarios played a total of 180 times

  

Most Played

Recently Played

Map NameTimes Played
001 Bemis Heights (7 October 1777) played 36 times
002 Bunker Hill (17 June 1775) played 24 times
003 Freeman’s Farm (19 September 1777) played 21 times
006 Long Island - British Flank March (27 August 1776) played 18 times
008 Camden (16 August 1780) played 14 times
004 Bemis Heights - British Redoubts (7 October 1777) played 14 times
010 Guilford Courthouse (15 March 1781) played 12 times
005 Long Island - Grant’s Attack (27 August 1776) played 10 times
007 Monmouth (28 June 1778) played 9 times
009 Cowpens (17 January 1781) played 8 times

Map NamePlayed onUser
011 Hobkirk’s Hill (25 April 1781) 2020-04-30 19:18:43 magooF15
003 Freeman’s Farm (19 September 1777) 2020-04-29 21:22:22 magooF15
010 Guilford Courthouse (15 March 1781) 2020-04-27 18:09:23 magooF15
009 Cowpens (17 January 1781) 2020-04-27 18:09:08 magooF15
008 Camden (16 August 1780) 2020-04-27 18:08:38 magooF15
007 Monmouth (28 June 1778) 2020-04-27 18:08:12 magooF15
006 Long Island - British Flank March (27 August 1776) 2020-04-27 18:07:28 magooF15
005 Long Island - Grant’s Attack (27 August 1776) 2020-04-27 18:07:08 magooF15
002 Bunker Hill (17 June 1775) 2020-04-27 18:06:05 magooF15
004 Bemis Heights - British Redoubts (7 October 1777) 2020-04-27 18:05:22 magooF15

   

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Never Played (unofficial)

Map Name

Map Name

   

Most Balanced

Most Unbalanced

Map NameGames Played
001 Bemis Heights (7 October 1777) 36
010 Guilford Courthouse (15 March 1781) 12

Map NameGames Played
008 Camden (16 August 1780) 14
004 Bemis Heights - British Redoubts (7 October 1777) 14

 

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