Just got a another fun title to show you guys, Deponia Doomsday is a new installment of the award-winning Deponia series developed by German studio Deadelic Entertainment. If you haven’t heard of Deponia before I think you’re gonna like it, especially if you’re a fan of games such as Monkey Island or other older 2D point and click games!
The game tells a story of Rufus, a guy with wild dreams of escaping the junk covered world called Deponia. The original game was entirely in German and English version of the first game was released in 2012. The last two games (Chaos on Deponia and Goodbye Deponia) were both published in German, English and some other languages.
The gameplay is really classic and fun in which the player must interact with characters and objects in different ways – including picking up items and using/combining them, activating machines to further advance the plot line. If you like nice story based games and good humor this game is for you. I’m not gonna go into details about the story in Deponia Doomsday, instead see the first 25 minutes of the game on YouTube:
Here are some screenshots:
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The game obviously runs very good (running at 120 FPS for me most of the time, cutscenes are at 25 FPS) and looks gorgeous, the art style in this one really reminds me of something but I can’t really tell if it’s a TV show or a similar game. Not like it’s a bad thing.
The most surprising thing about this title is the fact that there are actually action elements in this game which is pretty uncommon for point and click genre. For example you have to open doors or switches by clicking your mouse button while someone is chasing you or move your mouse around some locks to do it right on time, it’s pretty entertaining, although I gotta admit I haven’t played point and click games in a while and this might not be new at all.
Deponia Doomsday is available in German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese-Brazil and Russian. I think there will be some more added in the future considering the original had Polish language for example.
Thanks to Games Rocket for providing me with a copy of the game for testing!
Check out Deponia Doomsday for
€22.49€21.82 – it’s Steam redeemable!
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