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

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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." - Gamespot.com


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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Publisher:
Daedalic
Developer:
Daedalic
Genres:
Mac
Source:
Daedalic
Released:
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Russian
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Minimum Requirements

PC:

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 2.5 GHz (Single Core) or 2 GHz (Dual Core)
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 512 MB RAM (Shared Memory is not recommended)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 5 GB HD space
  • Sound: DirectX compatible

MAC:

  • OS: MacOS X Lion (10.7)
  • Processor: 2 GHz (Dual Core) Intel
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Hard Drive: 3.5 GB HD space
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Reviews for Deponia

80
Worth your time

An adventure game about a simple man, with grand ideas. Great voice acting, nicely drawn environments and entertaining jokes make an overall charming game and quite fun to play. Some solutions to puzzles are a bit far fetched which make them difficult to complete and I don't like the soundtrack that much but generally I recommend this game if you want a good point and click adventure.

55
Grew tired of the saga

I'm not into point and click adventure games anymore and that's the main reason I didn't enjoy Deponia the way I should. However, I must admit this is my favourite Deponia game as I think Chaos on Deponia added nothing to the main plot and Goodbye Deponia was the ending the series didn't deserve (Doomsday was even worse than the others). Deponia is the perfect game for those who loved LucasArts classic adventure games where the absurd was the motive for everything. Well, at least that is what should be since I'm a big fan of LucasArts but didn't have a blast playing Deponia. This first establishment features an interesting main character fun enough. I liked Rufus in this title but grew tired of him the moment I realized the game takes his stupidity to nowhere, and repeats the same jokes and situations all opver the 4 games that have been released while I write this lines. Puzzles are ok, a bit hard for my taste. What really annoyed me from the beginning is the fact that there are way too much dialogue in the game, and 80 % of that dialogue is unnecessary. I didn't like the saga at all, but its beginning is probably the only game worth it. I wouldn't buy it though considering this is just episode 1.

100
Best point&click adventure I have ever played

Deponia is a story-rich point and click adventure game, Starring the protagonist rufus and his beloved ms.goal as he tries to escape from deponia and live in elysieum and do the impossible, the environments are so colorfull and shiny, the replayability is great also with the droppeljug mode wish is so fun after completing the game, Played this type of games before but surely deponia left a deep hole in my heart and made me curious and can't wait to try out next episodes and complete the journey, The game is great please don't miss such a great adventure even if it was 60$ I would buy it.

75
Good, but overrated

I do really like this game. It has a charming art style with interesting characters and solid writing. The story however is lackluster, the music is hit and miss, and it can be frustrating simple sometimes. it's good fun and worth the price, and I'll likely pick up the sequels soon, but it's not as impressive as its hype led me to believe.

88
A Natural Evolution

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.

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