Hamburg - December 10 - The game's title says it all, doesn't it? "Goodbye Deponia" is the final game in one of Daedalic Entertainment's adventure masterpieces - the Deponia trilogy. After conquering the hearts of gamers and the charts around the world, this beloved series is coming to a close and with it, the story of Rufus, a comic character who stumbles through life with clarity of purpose, but a poor grasp of everything else.
After two unbelievable adventures, Rufus and his beloved Goal finally have their target in reach. They will find a way to Elysium and save Deponia from certain destruction.
But in the meantime, Rufus seems to have polished his unmatched talent for wreaking havoc on everybody and everything around him. Instead of celebrating his big triumph, another heavy setback awaits him. For the first time in his life, he starts doubting himself.
But Rufus wouldn't be Rufus if he just gave up like that! Still...to clean up this pile of problems he created, he'd need to exist threefold…
About Daedalic Entertainment
Daedalic Entertainment develops and publishes high-quality computer and video games worldwide, focusing on the production of entertainment software with strong narratives. The company based in Hamburg, Germany offers international partners its services in the fields of development, publishing and consulting.
Daedalic has enjoyed great acclaim with the release of adventure same milestones such as "Deponia", "Edna & Harvey: The Breakout", "Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes", "The Whispered World and A New Beginning", collecting fourteen German Game Developer Awards (incl. "Studio of the Year 2009"), four German Computer Game Awards (incl. "Best Game 2011"), two Red Dot Design Awards and more. As a publisher, Daedalic has released outstanding and unique games like "Machinarium", "Tales of Monkey Island" and "Swords & Soldiers".
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