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Isometric sci-fi horror game Stasis funded on Kickstarter

6:00 PM on 12.03.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Targeting a late 2014 release

With three days remaining in its crowdfunding campaign, Stasis has raised the necessary $100,000 to move forward on Kickstarter. I had completely missed this Windows / Mac project until today, which I feel bad about, now that I'm digging into the pitch.

This is a 2D isometric sci-fi horror adventure set aboard a "seemingly" derelict spacecraft. Throw in a multinational corporation, a protagonist with a missing wife and daughter, and Event Horizon listed as an influence -- you've got my attention. There's even a playable alpha build which you can download over here regardless of whether or not you've contributed to the Kickstarter.

Point-and-click adventuring and horror are a winning combination, as far as I'm concerned. If you like what you see of Stasis and want to help, give it an upvote on Steam Greenlight.

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