A new version of cZeus is available now for Beta testers, and interested parties can access it upon request. This new version is an extension and improvement to the cZeus app that was launched on Apple iOS and Google Android devices in summer 2014.
This latest version is based on the comments and feedbacks that were received. An easy 'Light Class' is introduced to guide the player through cZeus principles via some simple game plays. There are 14 levels within the Light class and the puzzles gradually get larger and more sophisticated. Plus there are short tutorials at the beginning of each level that show the rules and how to play. Unlike the other five classes, the Light class has no time limit to play, making it a great learning tool.
The existing five classes have also been improved to enhance enjoyment and the accessibility to higher classes, e.g. the time limits to solve the puzzles in each class are considerably increased and the required numbers of cZeused games to unlock classes are reduced to allow the player climb up faster to higher classes. 'cZeused' in the game's terminology means the player has completed a puzzle correctly without any errors.
Some statistical measures on overall performance are added, such as agility, score, accuracy and proficiency on each game play in a class. The players can participate as an individual and also as part of a team. The player can evaluate his/her performance against public or his/her team members etc. Teams can compete with other teams and compare their performance.
The Greek mythology theme is used to make the game more entertaining.