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"This is one of the best traditional point-and-click games out there--it oozes charm, keeps the puzzles sensible, and boasts a story that makes you laugh and warms your heart." -

Deponia - Welcome to the junkyard! Take part in a hilarious adventure that you will never forget!

Garbage as far as the eye can see. Deponia may not be paradise but ist residents still have dreams. None more so than Rufus. He is fed up and can't wait for the day when he finally leaves his home village of Kuvaq. For now he must continue his hair-raising attempts to escape this god-forsaken place.

One day a mysterious girl named Goal unexpectedly lands in his arms. Goal comes from the floating city of Elysium - a better, care-free world full of luxury. Rufus falls madly in love with Goal and he senses the chance of leading the beautiful life he always imagined.

Experience a mind-blowing adventure with Rufus. Help him save the planets, win over the girl of his dreams and incover dark deeds. But be warned: you are about to encounter shady look-alikes and make new friends, as well as unexpected enemies. The plan will only succeed if you can shrug off your pursuers, build crazy gadgets and show loads of courage with an added pinch of heroism.

Key Features:

  • Unique comic style with hand-drawn HD resolution 2D graphics

  • Bizarre characters and wacky humor

  • Challenging puzzles and hours of dialogue

  • Unique universe in the tradition of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and Matt Groening

  • From the creators of the award-winning games Edna & Harvey: The Breakout, Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes and The Whispered World

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Customer reviews


A Natural Evolution

bwrussell | April 21, 2015 | See all bwrussell's reviews »

The point-and-click genre is a venerable one. Dating back to the dawn of gaming, an evolution of text based adventures, and while Deponia is by no means as great a step as text to picture, it definitely feels like the refinement and modernization of the genre. Featuring high quality, hand-drawn art and smooth animation it certainly looks the part. The story is interesting enough to keep your attention through its decently long run and meshes seamlessly with the fully fleshed out world. The puzzles are classic point-and-click fare but they found a way to avoid the lion's share of the completely bizarre adventurer game logic so common in other titles. Your clicking finger will thank them. Most importantly though, to getting that classic feel, is the wacky humor that encourages trying new things just for the responses and reactions. Because it manages to do so much right, and often better, Deponia is a title that should be worthy of both the point-and-click aficionado and adventure newbies time and money.


Best point-n-click game Ever !

Chamila26 | Dec. 4, 2014 | See all Chamila26's reviews »

well the title says it all. this is the best point-n-click game i have ever played. graphics of the game is so beautiful. character animations, sounds, dialogues are amazing. sometimes rufus say things that really makes me laugh. he is a hilarious stupid genius ! i really like the story. a love story full of awesome adventures. about the game play, its gonna be hard to complete objectives if you try to think like a genius. you have to think like crazy, stupid and yet reasonable to get things to work. i really fell in love with this game and i wanna play the next two parts so badly. even though you dont like this kinda game, this will blow your mind. give it a try. the fun and excitement you get from this game worth more than the price...


Hilarious !!

AsadAlrafidain | Nov. 18, 2014 | See all AsadAlrafidain's reviews »

Deponia is an enjoyable adventure filled with humor and laughs. It follows the footsteps Of "Rufus", an eccentric reckless young guy who have a dream of leaving his poor seamingly-impossible-to-leave homeland, Deponia, towards Elysium, the high-class orbiting city. Deponia employs excellent scripting and somewhat challenging puzzles that require you to explore nearly all the propabilities of combining your items or using them on interactable components of your gameplay environment. I remember a couple of times during my gameplay I wondered what would happen if I "combine these items" or "use this item on that", and sometimes you can't help but make a loud laugh when seeing the result or the response of Rufus. If you have some spare time and you're into point and click games, you shouldn't miss this one !!


Old School Point and Click adventure.

reginleifx | Oct. 31, 2014 | See all reginleifx's reviews »

When I got Deponia as a gift, I was sure I was going to love it. And I was right. Deponia is basically an old school point and click adventure, like LucasArts' classics. It is a game that every person who loved those games should have in their libraries. The soundtrack, albeit short, is fitting, and when you finish the game you will probably miss the few vocal songs it features. Voice acting was good. Not the best I have ever heard, and I think its quality could have been a bit better. Deponia has a few surprising plot twists, and the plot is good overall.


Hand drawn adventure game, just as I like it.

Evranu | Sept. 26, 2014 | See all Evranu's reviews »

'Deponia' was the first Daedalic game that I played. I always loved point and click adventure games, especially hand-drawn ones but I was sceptic about this game. A good friend of mine convinced me that 'Deponia' is worth to give it a shot, so I did. When it comes to graphic aspect, there's nothing to criticize, backgrounds and characters are highly detailed and are really beautiful. The game artwork stands at a high level. The soundtrack fits to the world and story. It's pleasant but there's nothing memorable except for the 'Huzzah' songs, which are hilarious and really suck you into the story. The story itself is interesting, not that original but interesting, and well done. You'll get a good laugh, that's for sure. The main character Rufus is not a typical hero, I doubted that I'd like him, but I eventually discovered that there's much more in him than meets the eye. Don't get me wrong, he's still rude and hard to get with, but eventually he changes in some ways. In conclusion, I am glad that I gave this game a chance. It's not very hard, but it's entertaining and amusing. As a fan of the genre I highly recommend it and of course its next parts.