Zeus Quest adventure game just released for many platforms!


Zeus Quest is a brand new, huge and funny adventure game with gorgeous cartoon graphics. The humor reminds us the old classic adventures games by sierra and Lucas.
The plot is crazy! You are Zeus the boss of Olympus which comes back to earth to save the planet. Everything is happening at the classical ancient Greek period (1000-300bc) but you have the chance of switching ages though a time machine… Visit many Aegean islands including: Santorini, Delos, Mykonos, Milos, Karpathos and Crete. Solve many riddles, play some mini games, interact with ancient Greek mythology characters with hilarious dialogs and at the end… try to save the planet!
This adventure game is fully translated into:
English, German, Greek, Italian, French, Spanish
Runs on (Pocket PC, WM Smartphones, Palm OS, Blackberry, S60, UIQ, PC) Click here for more: Also read our review here:

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