Deponia Free Full Version on Macbook
The story of Deponia for Mac OS is set on the planet Deponia, a world that was originally home to a large number of people, until the majority went to live in a flying utopia-style city called Elysium. Over time, the Elysians forgot their origins and past associated with the planet, believing that this is nothing more than an uninhabited world. For the people remaining below, their home planet became a dump for those who ascended. They left them to live among the rubbish that is regularly dumped on the land surface.
Eager to follow in his father's footsteps, Rufus, a young man living in the city of Kuwak, builds a homemade rocket in his final attempt to travel to Elysium. After an unsuccessful collision, the missile crashes in flight, and Rufus manages to land on a cruiser operated by the Organnon, a militant organization that terrorizes the inhabitants of Deponia and regularly dumps debris onto its surface with their ship. While aboard, he witnesses Organnon, led by Baliff Argus, pursuing a young Elysian named Goal, who is shocked that they are hiding the fact that Deponia is still inhabited by humans. Argus informs Goal that he intends to stop her, inform the others of what she saw, forcing Rufus to try to save her.
Like most types of point-and-click adventure games, players take on the role of a character who must solve various puzzles. Objects in the game can be manipulated or matched for use, such as overcoming obstacles, or combined with other items from your inventory to create a new item.
From time to time, the player meets people in the game who can be talked to for tips and trivia. The main game interface on Mac OS is a simple mouse-linked system. The player clicks with the left mouse button on an object or person to use or talk to it, when right-clicking on it, it can be explored, while a hint system that points to interactive elements can be activated by holding down the middle mouse button.
The unique elements of the game, which can be download here, are special puzzles that the player can skip if they cannot solve them, a tutorial phase at the beginning, and a unique humorous option available after completing the game, which, when activated, leads to descriptions and the names of objects and people, as well as all conversational dialogues are changed to the "Droggelbeacher" mode.
- Mac OS X 10.6 or later
- Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core Intel
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Status: Verified
- Size: 2.93 GB
- Downloads: 124