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Hamburg, October 18
th, 2013: We say a fond farewell to the
Deponia series as acclaimed German publisher Daedalic
Entertainment today release
, the final instalment of the celebrated point-and-click
adventure trilogy for PC and Mac on Steam.
In true Depoinan manner, calamitous protagonist Rufus is going
out with a bang in his final bid to escape the junk-filled planet
of Deponia for the paradise of Elysium. Set against the stunning
combines a hefty dose of humour, cartoon-styled
environments with intriguing puzzles for a thrilling
The game is available on Steam in two editions: for
£16.99, players will receive the full game. The Premium
Edition priced at £19.99, additionally contains the game's
original soundtrack, concept art, excerpts from Daedalic's
animation workbook as well as an “Introduction to the World
of Deponia” PDF booklet. For a limited time Steam will be
selling all three games in the
Deponia series as a bundle at the reduced price of
To celebrate the international release of
, Daedalic Entertainment have released a new video giving
insight to the remarkable hand-drawn artwork of the Deponia series.
The video can be viewed here:
is available on Steam now for £16.99 (Standard
Edition) and £19.99 (Premium Edition) for PC and Mac.
For review code, assets and more information on
Goodbye Deponia please contact:
Johnny Atom Productions
T: +44 (0)203 176 0139
M: +44 (0)7971 073914
About Daedalic Entertainment
From its Hamburg-based studio,
Daedalic Entertainment develops, publishes and markets
high-quality computer- and videogames to a world-wide player-base.
Its main focus lies in the production of exceptional
entertainment-software with strong narratives.
With titles such as
Chaos on Deponia,
Harveys New Eyes,
Chains of Satinav and
Edna and Harvey: The Breakout, Daedalic has been able to
set new standards in adventure gaming and has been awarded with no
less than 17 German Developer Awards (“Studio of the
Year” 2009 among others), five German Computer Game Awards
and a European Games Award. As a publisher Daedalic brings
unusual and exceptional titles such as
Tales of Monkey Island to the German market.