Deponia – Daedalic Entertainment’s adventure game – gets a demo, releases on June 29th

Today, Daedalic and publisher Lace Mamba Global release a free public demo version of Deponia, that allows you to test-dive into the hilarious adventure: The approximately 700 MB sized demo features scenes of the first chapter of the game and offers between 30 and 45 minutes of gameplay time. Take a look and see how much anti-hero Rufus needs your help, before the full game hits the retail shelves throughout the UK and Ireland this Friday, June 29th, 2012.
Deponia is the next big adventure game release by Daedalic Entertainment, creators of award-winning genre highlights like A New Beginning and The Whispered World, brought to life with detailed hand-painted backgrounds in widescreen format and top-quality cartoon animation.
The game is a fast-paced comedy of errors and one of the most unusual love stories in gaming history. The twist-filled story takes its off-beat characters all over trash planet Deponia, a unique game world in the style of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and Matt Groening. From Kuvaq, an improvised village built inside a giant trash heap, to the swimming black market and the dark corners of the elevated planetary railways.
Deponia is scheduled to arrive on retail shelves throughout the UK and Ireland on June 29th, 2012. The retail edition (recommended retail price: £29.99) includes the full game as well as a poster and the original soundtrack on CD.

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