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Rufus is back! He strives to leave the junk planet Deponia and reach the legendary floating city of Elysium. However, a flaming saw blade grounds Goal and Rufus on Deponia again. By accident, her consciousness gets split into three parts and stored to three different discs. Now its on Rufus to convince all three parts of Goal to become one again, venture to Elysium with her and save Deponia from certain doom. The second adventure on Deponia tells a unique story playable without further knowledge of the first installment. Fans of the first game discover new aspects of familiar characters backgrounds and see open questions answered. Features: • Unique 2D game world • Hand-drawn graphics and premium animations in a comicy style • First-class voice output spoken by well-known dubbing actors • Extensively produced soundtrack with atmospheric songs • Supported languages: English (audio), German (audio), Spanish (audio), Italian (audio), French, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Bulgarian, Czech
I'm here, you're here, SNAPPING'
I've played through the first three parts of Deponia and have to say it's just great. But now to Chaos on Deponia. This part is definitely a bit more absurd than the first part. Whether you like it or... not, everyone has to decide for himself. As a result of this aspect, some of the puzzles no longer make sense to me. Therefore I advise you to talk to anyone you can talk to and listen carefully, because in the dialogues there are always some hints hidden about what you have to do. Here's a little 'Tip':
You might find things on some screens that you can't use at the moment. This is because you will be able to enter the many places again and again for most of the game. However, this often takes the ride out of play. The dialogues are brilliantly written and you really notice as a player how much love is in the whole game. br>
I personally like the game extremely and can recommend it to anyone who likes point & click. If you don't want to take much time for the storry, I advise you to use a complete solution or don't buy the game at all. I don't regret a single cent that cost this game.
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