Can you change Deponia's fate? Do you have what it takes to change Rufus' past, present and future without accidently destroying the whole planet? Fight time itself in this action-packed, platypus-tastic and insanely hilarious story.Read full description
Can you change Deponia's fate? Do you have what it takes to change Rufus' past, present and future without accidently destroying the whole planet? Fight time itself in this action-packed, platypus-tastic and insanely hilarious story.
One fateful night, Rufus awakes from a haunting nightmare: he sacrificed himself to save Deponia. But at what price? Elysium, the floating city crash-landed on the planet. As the last surviving Deponian, he fought savage fewlocks, but in the end, there was only one way out: He had to blow up Deponia! And... He grew a mustache.
Of course he realized that these gruesome events -especially the mustache part- had to be prevented from ever happening. Deponia and his well-shaved face had to survive!
But was this really just a dream? With the help of McChronicle, a quirky temporal scientist, who discovered strange time-anomalies, Rufus discovers that some time travelers from the future carelessly parked their time machine in his neighborhood. Just imagine if this amazing technology would fall into the wrong hands!
Dive right into this frantic sequel of the Deponia cult-trilogy and join the chaotic anti-hero Rufus on his most peculiar adventure. Even without knowing the previous installment, the hilarity of Deponia Doomsday will have you cracking smiles and burst with laughter.
Get enthralled by the bizarre humor and the uniquely designed world and enjoy the largest and longest Deponia adventure of all time.
A new installment of the award-winning Deponia Series
Epic adventure gameplay
Unique hand-drawn comic style
Familiar faces and more than 70 new crazy characters featuring the whacky humor you love so much
Turn back time and see a new spin on the junk-planet's history
Junk meets decadence: playable levels on Deponia and Elysium
Discover the lush flora and fauna of Deponia
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When I heard about this game, my first thought was "Oh, but why? Wasn't the ending of the third one just perfect? Do they want to change it?" I still bought it on the day of its release, because I couldn't pass the opportunity to play another Deponia game, but I was worried that it just wouldn't be the same if they retcon the ending. I was not disappointed. Not only is the game fun and the puzzles entertaining, not only does it have some interesting new features, but it also fits within the franchise and enriches it. I loved it.
Really wrapped things up and made playing the last three games worthwhile. The visuals looked great and the puzzles weren't too hard. A good time killer!
Deponia Doomsday is an adventure game and the fourth in the Deponia series, it has a lot that fans of the previous trilogy will enjoy the same great art style, voice acting, and music. What people may or may not like is that the game takes place before the events of the trilogy with the main character, Rufus, waking up from a dream about him saving and destroying Deponia which starts a quest to save Deponia involving time travel and meeting characters with no knowledge of the previous games or their relationships with each other. If you liked the previous trilogy and the events you will have to get used to those events not having happened and seeing things like Rufus and Goal meeting again for the first time. The gameplay is the same as it has been in the past, picking up items and solving puzzles in each section of the game by traveling to the areas that are available to explore in that section before moving on to acquire new items and problems in the next section. Some of the puzzles and the new time traveling element have created some very convoluted moments. There are also mini games sometimes with their own puzzles that you need to figure out, some of these are enjoyable and different, some are common and more annoying than anything else but for the ones you don't want to do or can't figure out the skip feature returns. Rufus is still Rufus and how much you enjoy the game will also depend on whether you started to get tired of his personality or not, how much you enjoy these times of puzzles, and if you are ok with the events of the past three games not having happened.
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