Deponia Released On Steam
by GL News
Steam don’t exactly have a great track record when it comes to releasing Daedalic’s point and click titles, or other high quality German adventures, such as those from Cranberry Production, for example, but now it seems that we’re seeing a turn around, with the release of Deponia on the online service.
We fell in love with Deponia’s kooky art direction, characters, and humour, here at GL when we reviewed it a few months ago – so much so that we handed it our Editor’s Choice award. The game focuses on serial slacker Rufus, a reluctant inhabitant of Kuvaq – a town on the trash planet of Deponia – who spends his days dreaming about a life of luxury in one of the cities in the clouds.
Hell-bent on escaping his dreary life, his wild inventions and escape attempts bring terror to the town’s inhabitants who are only too happy to see the back of him. His latest attempt, however, ends up causing a girl called Goal to fall from a passing cruiser, and so begins Rufus’ quest to return her… while tagging along for the ride of course.
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