Goodbye Deponia now available for pre-order

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It's been about ten months since Daedalic announced Goodbye Deponia, the final game in the Deponia series.  Those of you who have been waiting eagerly for the series finale don't have to wait much longer as Goodbye Deponia will be released on Steam on October 18th.  If you're planning on picking it up and would like to pre-order it, you'll receive 10% off of the official price as well as get a free copy of Chaos on Deponia, the second part in the Deponia series.

Goodbye Deponia will be available in two versions on Steam: a standard edition that contains the full game and a premium edition that will also include the game's soundtrack, concept art, excerpts from Daedalic's animation workbook, and a PDF booklet titled "Introduction to the World of Deponia".  For more information and to pre-order the game, head on over to Goodbye Deponia's page on Steam.

Goodbye Deponia: Pre-Order now and receive Chaos on Deponia for free

Hamburg, October 04th, 2013Goodbye Deponia, the lastest point & click adventure game for PC and Mac by Daedalic Entertainment, will release on Steam on October 18th, 2013.

But adventure game fans can pre-order the game now. If they order Goodbye Deponia before release day, they’ll receive a 10% discount on the official price, as well as a free copy of Chaos on Deponia, the second part of this humorous adventure game series.

Goodbye Deponia is available in two editions on Steam: The standard edition contains the full game. The Premium Edition inludes the full game as well, and additional extras, such as 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.

Goodbye Deponia is priced at US $19.99 on Steam.

About Goodbye Deponia
Elysium and saving Deponia seem to be just within arm’s reach for Rufus and Goal.

But Rufus' innate talent for chaos and mayhem also seems to have reached a whole new level. And so, instead of his great triumph, a crippling setback awaits. For the first time, Rufus is ridden by self-doubt.

He wouldn't be Rufus though if he'd let that get the best of him.
To tackle this new heap of problems, however, one Rufus just isn't enough...

About the Deponia series
Deponia is a trilogy: The multiple award winning series of point & click adventure games tells three ludicrous stories, set on the trash planet of Deponia and its bizarre surroundings.

While Deponia’s regular inhabitants are forced to live on the planet’s trashy surface, the literal "upper class" enjoys bliss and luxury on the space ship Elysium. Between both castes resides the Organon on giant monorail cruisers. The Organon is a group of grim officers who control the fate of both the inhabitants of Deponia and Elysium.

Anti-hero Rufus lives on the Deponia surface, between junk and recycled things. All he dreams of is finding his way to Elysium, to finally leave what he thinks of is a stupid live. He’s an inventor and nothing can stop him from coming up with ideas for machines that will take him up on the space ship. However, no matter how hard he tries – he never actually had any success yet, and all he makes it to is the Organon level of things. There, he meets Goal, a beautiful girl from Elysium, whom Rufus takes for being his ticket to paradise.

Deponia is a series of hand-drawn 2D comic point & click adventure games, full of sarcastic dialogues and black humor. Deponia has won a number of impressive awards, such as the “Best Game 2013” trophy at the German Computer Game Awards for Chaos on Deponia, the second game of the series. The third Deponia adventure, Goodbye Deponia, is scheduled for release in October 2013.

About Daedalic Entertainment

Daedalic Entertainment is a Hamburg-based indie-studio, developing and publishing high-quality games worldwide, which focus on projects with strong narratives. Over the last few years, Daedalic has collected 17 German Game Developer Awards (incl. “Studio of the Year 2009”), five German Computer Game Awards (incl. “Best Game 2011”), and more.

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