The funding campaign for the indie sci-fi horror game Stasis, which looks like a 2D isometric Dead Space, ended this weekend after raising over $132,000. That’s significantly more than its already ambitious $100,000 goal, but I’d say this game deserves it.
The final amount isn’t all that surprising, seeing as it raised its initial goal early last week, but the incredibly successful campaign means we’ll get all of the bonus content as well. All three stretch goals were met, including usable items, an extended soundtrack from composer Mark Morgan and a prequel chapter that follows the story of the Cayne Corporation. If you missed its new trailer, you can, and should, check that out — you can find it after the jump.
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