Summary: I remember playing this computer game as a child. To this day, I enjoy the whole experience of this game: the music, the construction of the city, and watching all the parts of a city work together. The music in particular is excellent.
Summary: Bough this game circa 2001. It is now 2013 and I am still playing this game! Too bad video game companies do not still make city builders of this caliber such as Pharaoh, Caesar, etc. That was the highlight of gaming for me.
Summary: I'm really an action game guy at heart with a little RPG/MMORG and adventure game mixed in. But ever since I played Caesar 3, I've been hooked on this series of games (Caesar 3, Pharoahs, and now Zeus). It's a great game to play on a long airplane ride; it's a great "thinking man's game (or woman)".
Summary: This is a fun game, especially if you like city building games. The interface is easy to understand, and the scenarios range from easy to challenging. You can even play in a "sandbox" or create a scenario. However, the new version I received was not the one advertised on this page.
Summary: Ever wonder why the Greek Gods treated their people so harshly and why the Greeks continued to work so feverishly? In Zeus: Master of Olympus, a game by Sierra Studios and Impression Games, you are able to come to your own conclusion. The third in a "City Building Series.
Summary: I've enjoyed this and will happily recommend it. Just one thing: I've always been a great fan of the previous game in this City-Building series, Pharaoh (and the expansion Cleopatra). So even though Zeus is very good, it isn't as good as Pharaoh.