Stasis shows sci-fi horror from a different perspective


Isometric adventure game releasing soon

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This one, Stasis, was made possible thanks to crowdfunding. It's an isometric point-and-click adventure game with shades of Event Horizon (cue mental images of a sliced-up Sam Neill).

Ahead of the August 31 launch on Steam and GOG.com, independent developer The Brotherhood has a new trailer to set the gruesome stage. That naked guy at the end is fresh out of stasis and, yep, that's who you'll be playing as. Good luck surviving with your sanity in tact!

Here's one of the bullet points from the Steam page:

  • "Death - John can (and will) die in the most horrific ways imaginable"

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