STASIS is an adventure game set in sci-fi world. The game has lashings of terror and atmosphere, plus its isometric perspective looks great.
The hero of STASIS, John Malacheck, awakens disoriented in on the mysterious spaceship Groomlake. It does not take long to discover that he is not alone, and whatever is with him is terrifyingly dangerous. But despite these horrors is head is full of questions: what is this ship, where are his wife and daughter are, and what happened to the crew of the Groomlake? Your mission in STASIS is to find out.
On the one hand, STASIS is a classic adventure. You have to solve all kinds of puzzles to learn the truth. To do this you will examine, use, and combine items as you investigate the ship and what’s left of its crew... This is one of the things that sets STASIS apart, as its riddles are more original and fun than much of its competition.
On the other hand, STASIS is a horror game with hints of Amnesia. What is hidden in the dark hall? Who shouted that? During every step of your journey STASIS keeps you on your toes while you attempt to investigate its secrets. Can you focus until the end, or will the increasing claustrophobia of the world take you?
STASIS can make you overwhelming anxious despite its isometric aerial viewpoint. This is thanks to its incredibly visuals that really immerse you on the damned ship. Everywhere is filled with industrial fans, twisting corridors, steam venting from cracked pipes, and paths that feel like they go on forever... Despite being an indie game, I feels like you are watching a film.
The big problem STASIS? It is very short, and once you are done there is no reason to replay.
Feel the chill grip of space
STASIS has surprised us with how successful it is in creating a sense of fear despite its zoomed out camera. Do you dare to accompany John on his gloomy adventure?