Zeus: Master of Olympus Crack/Patch

Zeus: Master of Olympus Recreate your favorite legends from Greek mythology as you build and rule beautiful city-states. Help Hercules defeat the Hydra, Odysseus win the Trojan War, or Jason retrieve the Golden Fleece. You'll make friends in high places, get involved in the affairs of immortals, and even meet Zeus himself. [Sierra Studios]

Download Zeus: Master of Olympus Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 89 / 100
User rating
9
Downloads 1120
Genre Strategy, General, Management, Government
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Sierra Entertainment / Impressions Games

Zeus: Master of Olympus reviews ( 6 )

Ekaton, Jul 28, 2012

Can't tell how many hours I've spent playing it since it's release, would probably go for thousands, anyway, this is one of my personal favorites of all time!

TheTomCZ, Apr 6, 2015

The high peak of Caesar-Pharaoh-Zeus series. More "modern" than Caesar III, more polished than Pharaoh. Perfect C3 gameplay core, new elements better than in Pharaoh, level design almost perfect - keeps you on your toes all the time, challenging, but still enabling you to enjoy the game. And it uses greek legends gently, without destroying them. My favourite.

RayhaanS, Jun 23, 2009

One of the best games I've played. Its better than age of empires, sin city and other similar games. This is highly recommended to anyone who enjoys city building or strategy games. I've been playing this game since 2004 and it never gets old.

StevenG., Nov 29, 2003

This game is, by far, one of the best city building games on the market. It's not just building a city, but overcoming great obstacles in your way and dominating the entire Greek world. There are many things that can be learned from playing this game, such as diplomacy and responsibility. Overall a great game and a learning experience.

BigTimeOwen, Mar 23, 2013

Zeus is by far one of the best city-builder and resource management games of all time. It baffles me that this game really hasn't had a bigger effect on modern games of the same genre. Ironically, though, the "full simulation" aspect of EA/Maxis' new Glassbox Engine does seem to emulate some of the same features. For instance, in Zeus you build a fountain to distribute water to households via water carriers. In SimCity you build a power plant and agents go out from the power plant to bring power to households. That's not to say SimCity is a copy of Zeus; it certainly isn't, but it is funny to point out that the grand "full-simulation" functionality that was supposed to make SimCity so much better than it's predecessors is actually lifted from a game 13 years prior---and I'd say Zeus is actually on roughly the same scale in terms of map size. Not to mention, Zeus (and Poseidon, for that matter) has a surprising amount of depth and each city you build may require a different strategy for maintaining a positive income and expanding your city to achieve your objectives which include a variety of cultural, military, mythological and economic goals. If you aren't interested in following orders from the gods, the game even provides a sandbox mode, too. My only complaints about this game are some minor flaws due to its age. First, while there are mods out there to add more screen resolution options, the game itself doesn't include widescreen functionality. Secondly, there is no ability to zoom in or out of the map which takes some getting used to. Of course, if you're interested in city-building games at all and perhaps even tycoon games, I say give this game a try.

not_good, Dec 5, 2010

I don't even know what to say; this is one the the greatest games ever made. Years of city building developing experience went into this, and it shows. Truly an opus from an era that should have never ended. Don't forget to grab the expansion if you can find it, hopefully GoG will pick this up soon enough.