Summary: Played on Core i3 with windows 8.1. Had to put up with a few minor tech issues but once I learned how to deal with them there were no probs. Game was extremely entertaining, very steam punk with bizarre characters. Have since played Chaos on Deponia and am currently playing Goodbye Deponia.
Summary: Chaos on Deponia starts right after the end of first part of Deponian trilogy following Rufus' new attempts to get to Elysium. It lets you explore a new part of Deponia (though it is rather small) and introduces a bunch of new colorful characters (O, Donna, your dim-witted giggles melt my heart!).
Futurama meets Monkey Island for classic adventure gameplay
Ian Sutcliffe, Amazon
8 December 2013
Summary: As a huge fan of PC adventure games during the 90's, I really enjoyed this game. It's excellent to see that a handful of quality developers are continuing to pay homage to the 3rd-person "point-and-click" adventure, a classic genre in gaming history that has fallen by the wayside as more adventure...
Summary: Pros: -Beautiful art style -Quirky characters Cons: -Solutions to puzzles can be very farfetched which, while keeping in context with the game, still makes it hard for some (like myself) to figure out how to solve them.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. One could arguably dub this as a steam punk Monkey Island. The game is building on humor, unconventional, but still more or less reasonable solutions to puzzles and loads of dialogue to create and maintain the atmosphere.
Summary: Tries to follow on from the old Lucasarts adventures and to a large extent succeeds, sadly the jokes are a little too obvious at times. But it's good harmless point and click fun with well defined characters.
Summary: Surprised that anyone would really have a problem with this game. I think there's been enough videos and summary available to steer people clear that didn't enjoy the sort of characters and game play/humor this game offers.
Summary: Maybe a little more than I should have paid at $20, but the game is good fun. The puzzles are tricky enough to keep me interested for one to two hours at a time and the story is an entertaining slacker tale.
Summary: What the developers fail to inform the customer is that this game is a three part series. Two parts are currently available via steam and amazon for $20 each. If you want to see the end of the story, be prepared to spend $60+ on all three parts of this puzzle game.