The Citadel of Poseidon
Welcome to the Citadel of Poseidon, fansite for the game Zeus: Master of Olympus (2000) and its expansion Poseidon: Master of Atlantis (2001).
Here you'll find data, numbers, info, and quite a few housing blocks for the games.
I hope you find this site useful for planning your cities.
Sunday 18 June 2017
The site has gone through a small technical redesign to bring it into the current milennium, and make it more usable for both very large screens and smartphones.
If you're looking to buy the game, checkout Good Old Games: DRM-free download of the game for a small price.
Sunday 8 May 2005
I changed the copyright notice and released the site under a Creative Commons Licence. What this means is that you are allowed to copy, modify and distribute the content on this site, provided that: you give me, the original author, credit; you don't use the site for commercial purposes; and you release any modified versions (if you make any) under the same licence.
Furthermore, I've prepared a downloadable versions of the site for your convenience. Check the Downloads page to get it.
Friday 22 April 2005
WARNING to people in Europe who are considering buying the game: Zeus was recently re-released in the UK by a company named "Sold Out". The bad thing about this: if you get this version, you will not, I repeat, NOT, be able to install the 1.1 patch, get the adventure editor, create adventures or play custom adventures.
I've contacted Sold Out's customer support, and the reply was, in short, that they will not do anything about this.
Friday 6 February 2004
Tom Dadon contacted me and told me he had a concept art image of Hera on his harddisk, and offered to send it to put on my site. Of course I accepted that offer, and due to the big yellow/orange 'G' logo at the bottom of the image I managed to find a similar picture of Atlas at GameSpot.
To put it short: the concept art pictures of Hera and Atlas can be viewed by clicking on their statues on the sanctuary page.
Friday 23 January 2004
Sad news: the official Zeus and Poseidon sites are closed by Vivendi Universal because they "felt that supporting the websites was no longer desirable because of their age and reduced sales of the games themselves".
This is a sad loss: those two sites had loads of information and concept art, and of course the official walkthroughs for all adventures shipped with the games. Thanks to VUG for giving permission to post them, those walkthroughs are still available here, at my site.