Weekend Promo: Deponia The Complete Journey

EDIT: This promo has ended

We all know point and click games are only as good as the two main ingredients: the protagonist and the puzzles.

Luckily, Deponia The Complete Journey delivers on both – putting us in the shoes of an immature, lazy, annoying – but ultimately loveable main character by the name of Rufus.

Trapped on a junk world of Deponia, Rufus has had enough of the place – after a few failed attempts to escape both the Deponia and his nagging ex-girlfriend, Rufus quickly finds himself way over his head after meeting a mysterious young girl named Goal who lives in a floating city of Elysium.

Featuring lovable main characters, pretty hand-drawn graphics, catchy music and hilarious well-written dialogues, Deponia Complete Journey is a must play for both adventure game veterans and genre newcomers.

 

We have partnered up with awesome people at GamesRocket and Daedalic Entertainment to bring you a weekend long promo on Deponia Titles – 66% off the Complete Journey and 75% off the individual titles (both DRM-free and Steam versions).

Check out the Content Packages Overview:

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This promo is valid from 29th Jan to the 1st of February. The coupon can be redeemed at the shopping cart on the right side at the check-out.

Deponia titles on Steam include both Steam Achievements and Steam Trading Cards!

HOW TO USE THE VOUCHERS:

Go to the GamesRocket Deponia Promo page and enter the following discount vouchers during the checkout:

Deponia-IGB-75

This code discounts Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, Deponia Bundle (Part 1+2), Goodbye Deponia and Goodbye Deponia – Premium Edition by 75%.

DeponiaTCJ-IGB-66

This code discounts Deponia – The Complete Journey by 66%.

 

THE WORD AROUND THE BLOCK:

“If you enjoy LucasArts-style comedic games, this series will provide hours of tongue-in-cheek unconventionality.”
4/5 – AdventureGamers

“Deponia’s tale of love, loss, and all-out comedy is a beautifully constructed piece of point-and-click heaven.”
8/10 – Gamespot

“The dialogue, the bizarre characters and the slapstick humor measure up to those of ‘Day of the Tentacle’.”
91 – GameStar