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New Screenshots for Adventure Game sequel: Chaos on Deponia

by on August 28, 2012
 

New Screenshots for Adventure Game sequel: Chaos on DeponiaThe first Deponia game may have only just received its English-language release, but the team at Daedalic Entertainment have been hard at work on the sequel – Chaos on Deponia – for quite some time.

What with the German version of the game having been out since the start of the year, they have been working on part two of the planned trilogy and the game is set for a retail release in November. And to help celebrate that fact, Daedalic have released a batch of images from the new game, showing hero Rufus and heroine Goal, in some new sticky situations.

Daedalic outline the new story for part two below:

The award winning hit Deponia has been critically acclaimed by the gaming press and became the best reviewed adventure of all times in Germany within shortest time. Rufus the main character is as lovely as his home Deponia. He, the odd and cantankerous guy, lives at the most remote part of the worldwide junkyard and works on his plans to escape to the hovering city of Elysium. After uncountable abortive attempts he succeeds – nearly at least. As a result he falls from the sky and lands back in his hometown together with the mysterious girl Goal.   For Rufus, she mainly is a good reason to escape once again and so he begins to plan her way back. Obviously, Rufus’ bad luck seems to be infectious and, in the sequel Chaos on Deponia, both ends at the point where all began. Before they can start another attempt to escape, Goal’s consciousness needs to be restored. Besides that, they have to save Deponia from threatening chaos.

The first game had a few niggly faults, but was a good first attempt for the series, and hopefully part two can build upon the positives of that title. We look forward to seeing the ongoing adventures of Rufus and Goal soon.

See the new screenshots below:

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Chaos on Deponia will be available on November the 6th 2012 on steam for PC and Mac. The first Deponia game is out now, read the full GodisaGeek.com review right here.

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