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This one is better than Hera and Zeus in one main way. It says on the cards what they do. That is huge. I hate language independence in games when it conflicts with making things easy to teach. It still has the weirdness at the end of the game in that you usually lose because you can't do an action rather than because your opponent won.
Some interesting stuff, and really beautiful--but the game seems to encourage death spirals and/or weird gaminess (the end condition where you're dominating too well and thus can't use all your actions is extremely unsatisfying).