Point-and-click adventure games may be seeing a resurgence. They used to be incredibly common in the horror genre and particularly so in the 90’s when seemingly every other game utilized that type of gameplay. Clock Tower, Alone in the Dark, Uninvited, Dark Seed, Phantasmagoria — the list goes on. Lately, more developers have been returning to the subgenre with games like Telltale’s The Walking Dead, Enola, Decay and soon, Stasis.
Stasis is a 2D isometric horror adventure game that takes inspiration from LucasArts’ The Dig, Dead Space and even Mass Effect. The goal is simple: to bring the production values of a AAA video game to the 2D realm of point-and-click horror. The result so far, looks fantastic. More after the break.
Here’s a brand new teaser from the upcoming game.
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