In Deponia, the world has degenerated into a vast garbage dump, in which the crotchety Rufus ekes out his sorry existence.
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"There's only one word to describe the game: terrific! Lucasarts from Germany!"
88/100 – GameStar

"A brilliantly absurd story, a fitting comic style and strong speakers."
90/100 – GamingXP

"Deponia's tale of love, loss, and all-out comedy is a beautifully constructed piece of point-and-click heaven.“
80/100 – Gamespot

More games from the Deponia series!


Daedalic Entertainment, once called “Lucasarts from Germany“ by the GameStar magazine, invites the players into a fantastic comedy adventure that revolves around a crazy love story of Rufus and Goal.

In Deponia, the world has degenerated into a vast garbage dump, in which the crotchety Rufus ekes out his sorry existence. He is part of the lowest social class, doomed to live his life in literal mountains of trash. He hopes for an opportunity to get into the world of the rich, who live in a floating city high above the clouds. Fate seems to smile on the snotty good-for-nothing when one day the attractive lady named Goal from the higher sector plummets into one of the trash heaps. Rufus decides to help the young woman out by taking her back to her husband. When he notices that Goal's husband is a dead ringer for himself, he hatches a diabolical scheme to gain access to the upper world. However, things don't work out quite as planned, since he has feelings for the beauty which limits his usual unscrupulousness.

Help Rufus, the poor boy from the junkyard, to win over the girl from heaven. Only with this rich girl from his dreams he might be able to escape Deponia and, unexpectedly, to save the planet.

Key Features:

  • Unique comic style with hand-drawn HD resolution 2D graphics

  • Bizarre characters and wacky humor

  • Challenging puzzles and hours of dialogue

  • Unique universe in the tradition of Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy), Terry Pratchett (Discworld) and Matt Groening (The Simpsons, Futurama)

  • From the creators of the award-winning games Edna & Harvey: The Breakout, Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes and The Whispered World

システム要件 (PC)

    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:2.5 GHz (Single Core) or 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 512 MB RAM (Shared Memory is not recommended)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:5 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible
    • OS:Windows Vista/7
    • Processor:2.5 GHz (Single Core) or 2 GHz (Dual Core)
    • Memory:4 GB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.0 compatible with 512 MB RAM (Shared Memory is not recommended)
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:5 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible

システム要件 (Mac)

    • OS:MacOS X Lion (10.7)
    • Processor: 2 GHz (Dual Core) Intel
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive:3.5 GB HD space
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ガラクタの街 Deponia から抜けだそうと日々画策する Rufus がある日上の街 Elysium のゴミ運搬車にちょっかいを出したことから始まる物語。
グラフィックと音楽とボイスは良い出来。謎解きはアイテムの意外な使い方が多く、答えがわかってしまえば理不尽ではないものの それとなく誘導されることもないので難易度が高い。詰んだと感じたらおとなしくググろう。

投稿日: 2013年12月29日
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ゴミの星 Deponia (デポーニア)を巡る壮大な三部作の一作目。登場人物一人一人が魅力的な、ポイント&クリックアドベンチャーゲームで、一作目は「廃棄物と共に育ち、空に浮かぶ都に憧れる男の子ルーファスが、空から降ってきたミステリアスな女の子を助けようとする」という内容。エンディングは、「若者が女の子と天空都市へ向かった」である。せっかくだから、これからプレイする方はこのネタバレを頭にしっかり入れてからプレイし始めて欲しい。そうすれば、プレイ開始後15分が過ぎたあたりで、よりよい覚悟が決められるだろう。裏切られた?いや、これが Deponia 式。 そーゆー展開が最後まで続くのだ。 ようこそ、Deponia へ。 :D

見た目通りモダンなカートゥーン調。雰囲気が Family Guy に近い。Flashアニメっぽい Futurama とも言えるかもしれない。アニメーション枚数は少ないもの、キャラクターの感情が伝わってくる表現に手抜かりがない。古いポイント&クリック式のアドベンチャーの基準から言えば、素晴らしい。

バリエーションが豊富で壮大で明るい音楽は、Deponia の世界観によく適合していた、が、キャラクターはバックグラウンドで流れる音楽とはまったく関係ない調子で飛ばして笑わせにくるので、殆どのシーンで緊張感がなかった。そろそろ疲れてきたなと思う時期に始まる挿入歌とコーラスが爆笑物だった。


プレイヤーが物語を通して付き合う事になる主人公 Rufus(ルーファス)は、エゴが強く、自分好きで、素朴で、田舎育ちの、性格のひん曲がった若者だ。あなたが彼を見て、彼に感情移入できるかどうかはわからない。しかし、あなたは、彼のありようから生活感溢れる「駄目人間あるある」を沢山見つけることができるだろう。私にとって彼は、プレイヤーを楽しませようと一生懸命になってくれる案内人のように感じた。あなたは信じないかもしれないが、(アンチ)ヒーローを気取る彼は、根が純粋ないいやつなのだ。一見どうしようもない人間に見える彼は、実のところは、本当にどうしようもない人間だと私は感じてもいるので、しかしながら悪い影響がないよう付き合いはホドホドにしたいところである。
このゲームは原語がドイツ語であり、たまにべた翻訳が気になる程度の英語化がされている。日本語版は無い。特に次作以降だが、字幕だけ意図して読解不能にされるところが出てくる調子なので、耳と目を一緒に働かせる必要がある。英語版でプレイする前提として、大人向けカートゥーン(SouthPark や、The Simpsons 等)の視聴が問題ありつつもできることが必要だろう。

アドベンチャーゲーム Deponia は、そのゲーム的要素である謎解きがなかなか意地悪で、その点において評価が難しい。謎解きは殆どが「ミニゲーム」と「アイテムの組み合わせ使用」の二つ。ミニゲームは5分ぐらいで終わる簡単なボードパズルばかりであり、各々で Steam 実績も得られる。また全てのボードパズルにスキップボタンが用意されており、あえて解かないで先に進む事もできるという余計な親切設計になっている。アイテム組み合わせパズルは、その時々の状況に於ける目的に対して、「Rufus がいかに真面目にボケるか」を先に言い当てるようなものが多く(もしかすると、彼はプレイヤーに意地悪してるだけかも知れないが)、突拍子もない組み合わせは多い。そんなに難しすぎはしないが、詰まったらすぐにガイドブックに頼ってもいいと思う。自力でやってもガイドブックに頼っても、Rufus が編み出すとんちきな論理と発想に満足するだろう。そしてストーリーを進めるうち、Rufus の思考が読めてくるだろう。このゲームは、初プレイ8-14時間ぐらいのボリュームで、ガイドを手に急げば2時間かからない。私のオススメとしては、時間を置きながら(例えば3ヶ月ぐらいかけて)ゆっくりプレイすることだ。 Steam Cloud にも対応しているし、これは冒険途中の会話を楽しむゲームだから。

Deponia は、下品ではないブラックジョーク満載の会話劇が詰まった大人向けアドベンチャーゲーム。Deponiaシリーズ3部作の第1作目で、残り2作と比べると短くちょっと予算が少ない感じを受けるがそれでも丁寧に作られている。物理法則よりも論理が優先されがちの、コメディタッチの強い世界感だが、キャラクターや設定の破綻が起こらない。挿入歌がアドベンチャーゲーム史上最高の出来であった。Rufus は汚い。物理的に汚い。パズルは昔の Lucus Arts ゲームのような難解さ。プレイヤーが得るのは長い長いぶつ切りの無駄話かもしれないが、いつも新鮮で楽しいものになる。
投稿日: 2014年3月24日
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Daedalic is no LucasArts, not being backed by some insanely popular moneymaking franchises that rhyme with Mar Bars or Diana Clones. But the LucasArts we knew isn’t coming back, so I suspect it’s a good try it if you’ve got a hankering for that style of gameplay (with a similar amount of difficulty).

In contrast to its clear inspirations found in series such as Monkey Island, it suffers from production iffiness issues such as variable voice acting and animation quality (in the English version, there are some nasty translation-isms throughout, and multiple lines of that sort where they clearly stressed a word in a sentence that wasn’t the one that should have been stressed), as well as an indecisiveness as to what constitutes an appropriate style of fourth-wall breaking.

Much to the game’s credit, however, the setting is a unique junkyard world and the protagonist Rufus (at least at the start) is more the sort of guy you might expect a point-and-click adventure game kleptomaniac vandal to be: a near-irredeemable jerk. Unfortunately, people are all too willing to point this out to his face, which sometimes works in the story’s favor and sometimes doesn’t. Moreover, there are a lot of artistic details in the world that you simply can’t click on and have Rufus snark about, which is something of a must to get a real feel for an adventure game world’s presence.

One thing that is much nicer than typical old-school examples is that you don’t have to do the pixel-hunting if you don’t want to (hold space to see the interactive spots), and most of the time, you don’t have to watch a slow walk animation just to explore the map (double-click to fast forward through navigational arrows).

Finally, the game is kind of crashy in a few spots (at least the Mac version is), so you may want to do some saving on top of the auto-saving. Some achievements are skippable, but at least one achievement guide in the Steam community is relatively spoiler free.

For all its flaws, the game is usually about as funny as it thinks it is, so at least I can say I enjoyed it. Nonetheless, this game has some mature humor, so don’t get too fooled by the cutesy noseless art; it’s not really for kids.

投稿日: 2013年11月25日
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One of my favorite adventure games from the last few years due to its fairly quirky nature and its original characters. It also has a very beautiful and charming art style and great music and voice acting to go along with it. The humor is great...most of the time, and the puzzles make sense most of the time but every now and again it goes full on Monkey Island-logic, and you need to think way outside the box to progress.

The game has a lot of missable achievements so would recommend having either a guide handy or use saves very frequently to avoid more playthroughs then necessary. It also has an achievement for beating the game in its alternate mode that you unlock by beating the game: Droggeljug mode. This will replace all written and voiced dialog with the word Droggeljug along with all the info boxes. While funny for the first few minutes it gets really annoying, and you want to uppercut a kitten.

Time to 100%: 6-8 hours
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A Review of the Deponia Trilogy as a whole:

More info on BrokenCartridge:

Score: 4.5/5

I will not be covering the story in complete detail because there is a lot you should experience on your own while playing through the game. The story in a brief few sentences is that you play as Rufus, an egocentric self-centered slob whose only goal is to leave his trash heap of a planet to go to the city in the sky. The world that he lives on is called Deponia, a planet littered with trash. All of the rich folk moved up into the city in the sky, Elysium some time ago. During one of your endeavors you knock an Elysium girl off of an Organon cruiser. Throughout the first game you try to use her to find your way onto Elysium, only to end up finding out that the Elysians plan on blowing up Deponia! The second and third games are mainly spent trying to stop the Organon from doing this devilish deed while figuring out their motives along the way.

The story is a very big part of the game, which is why I only covered the basics. The series itself does not like to stray too far off of what is expected from a point-and-click game. As great as that is, if you are looking for an innovation in the genre, you might not find that here. Here, you will find a wacky and hilarious adventure that is dependent on the silly world and narrative. If you already enjoy point-and-clicks, you are in for an incredible treat. Besides the awesome narrative and dialogue, we have a lot of things that set the Deponia trilogy above the rest. The game universe in general is surreal and charming; nothing really comes close to its style in my opinion. You will be surprised how much a planet covered in trash can mesmerize you with its environments.

The trilogy gets better as it goes on. While the first game is great, everything just seems to improve with each one. The story makes unexpected yet oh so juicy turns and twists, increased amounts of detailed environments, an increasing diverse cast, and becomes one of my favorite game soundtracks of all time. The amount of information to tie up the trilogy in the third game alone will leave you with your jaw dropped to the floor. Then include that the second and third both have their own unique mechanics that make them much more puzzling, but so much cooler. One of the best things is seeing Rufus evolve as a character. It is incredibly rewarding to see everything come together.

My only sense of bitterness goes towards the ending. Before I go more into it, I am not saying the ending is bad. If anything it is awesome and leaves a lot for you to speculate and imagine. However, in this particular story, it wasn’t what I was hoping for. There is so much I wanted to see and experience that was sort of thrown up into the air and left for you to speculate. It is not fair to spoil it, so I won’t. It just left me eager to know more, yet knowing the sad information that this is intended to only be a trilogy. Of course the possibility of a fourth game is always possible, but it isn’t intended. With that being said, I am personally dissatisfied with the ending. Not for the ending itself, but for the thing it did not answer. Good thing Daedalic (the developers) have made many more amazing games to sink my teeth into while getting over it.

That is all you need to know about Deponia before poking your head in. This is a must own for any people interested in adventure games. Daedlic is truly becoming today’s Lucas Arts, and now is a better time than ever to find out why by trying out this trilogy.
投稿日: 2013年11月27日
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