Excerpt: The planet of Deponia is one huge garbage dump and Rufus hates living on it. In fact he hates it so much that he intends to build an escape pod that will transport him to Elysium, an orbiting spacecraft where the elite of society live.
Pros: Challenging puzzler, simple interface, crisp and cartoony Steampunk-inspired 2D graphics, oddball characters, humorous cutscenes, strong story arc & character development, original soundtrack
Cons: Long dialogue sequences, main story takes time to develop
Excerpt: Deponia is a humorous point-and-click adventure from German developer Daedalic Entertainment. In it, you control an "eccentric, ill-tempered and entirely too full of himself" anti-hero named Rufus, who loves to waste time and cause mischief.
Excerpt: A common formula employed in adventure games use humor to add flavors to the storytelling. Some games successfully use humor to enhance the story, while other games overuse humor that slows the story down.
Excerpt: Daedalic Entertainment has released Deponia: The Complete Journey which contains three games: Deponia , Chaos on Deponia , and Goodbye Deponia . Gamers who have not experienced any of the great titles in the awarding-winning series will finally be able to complete the entire journey through one...
Excerpt: Daedalic Entertainment has been one of my personal favorite creators of point and click adventure genre games due to their style of sarcastic humor and double meaning jokes. Once Deponia was tossed over to me, I was anxious to crack open the game and go on another adventure.
Excerpt: Chaos on Deponia is a funny point-and-click adventure from Daedalic Entertainment, and it’s the follow-up to Deponia , which was released a scant four months ago on Steam (and a little longer than that in Europe).
Summary: For those that have not played the first part of the Deponia trilogy (at least the first two instalments out so far), they are point and click game where you find hidden objects and solve puzzles with beautiful graphics, witty humour and avery interesting story.
Conclusion: For what it is, Chaos on Deponia is… well… it’s an adventure game. If that equals fun to you, then I have no question that you should invest in this series, as there are hours of good times waiting for you.