Summary: I played through first Deponia, and liked it a lot. Chaos on Deponia is better: first of all, sound is fixed, so it doesn't suddenly jump up a dozen decibels. Secondly, puzzles now are a little harder, and more interesting. Thirdly, the game is longer or so it seems to me. Still loving the professional translation humor if funny and enjoyable. Recommend to all Adventure Lovers and Cartoony Junkies!
Summary: Chaos on Deponia has great drawings, an interesting, appealing atmosphere, and an epic score, which livens up the start menu section. Unfortunately, under the pretty facade, both on its own, and in comparison with its predecessor, this adventure game is severely lacking in actual content.
Summary: To start, the game has nice graphics. That is the only reason it doesn't get a zero. The main character is a disgusting jerk. I have never played a game with such an unlikable protagonist in all of my years of gaming. I played for about an hour, and just could not take his personality. Why somebody would want to make a character so horrible is beyond me. I suggest that you never buy this game.
Summary: More of the first and a lot of fun aswell. Clearly this new company should be watched for what else the might be making and I can't wait for the final conclusion about Deponia on what might happen.
Summary: Well, I really liked this game, even more than Deponia. The storyline is great, and the writing is fantastic. The puzzles are also much better than Deponia, which had a few puzzles that were basically impossible without a walkthrough - there was still a few ridiculous puzzles, but not nearly as many. My only other complaint is that, like Deponia, the ending feels rushed and unresolved. Hopefully the final game in the trilogy will not be like that.
Summary: Almost worthless. I won't talk much about the graphics, it's nice looking, but there is a serious lack of animation, obviously because of the low budget. What really is the problem is the story, which is blend and miserably like the main protagonist. Some people might like playing as unlikable prick, but I just couldn't stand him. The payoff is that everyone else hates him, but that's just not enough for me to spend such a long time with this guy.
Summary: I have heard a lot of hype about Deponia and bought it blindly during Autumn sale for very cheap. But the true is game fully worth it's full price. It bring back that feeling of old good quests from 90 's. I haven't played quests for a decade because any new one I have touched sucked. Deponia (and Machinarium) are rare exception from that rule. While game is not totally perfect, it's a bit too short for my taste and have few minor issues.
Summary: Chaos on Deponia is definitely the best point and click game I've ever played, going above Monkey Island and Broken Sword games which have been my favorites for a long time. Chaos on Deponia is the second game in 3 part series. The first game was amazing too, but not nearly at this level Not spoiling too much,(just don't read if you haven't played the first Deponia) star of Deponia 2 is once again Rufus, egoistical jerk who always has some scatter brained plan for...