Indie developer Christopher Bischoff has re-imagined Fallout 4 as an isometric, top-down RPG in the classic style, and it looks really, really good. I mean, I'm as excited for the first-person version as anyone, but this makes me feel a nostalgic desire to return to
Bischoff's studio The Brotherhood has just released point-and-click isometric horror, which he says was directly inspired by the early Fallout games.
Isometric point and click adventure Stasis is out very soon, and developerhas released a brand new trailer to get us in the mood for its blend of moody horror.
The game's set on a seemingly abandoned spacecraft, where astronaut John Maracheck awakes from stasis sleep and discovers lots and lots of dead things. I'm sure everything's fine, though.
Christopher Bischoff's isometric sci-fi horror game Stasis made its final $140K stretch goal via Paypal contributions. The game had been successfully funded late last week.
It would seem John Maracheck's point-and-click adventure Stasis aboard a derelict ship in a decaying orbit around Neptune may well come true, as the sci-fi horror adventure game has achieved $100k in pledges.
It's a 2D isometric game with a rich and mature themed story, taking its gameplay mechanic cues from the likes of Space Quest, Kings Quest and Monkey Island. There are 4 more days to go.
South African developer Christopher Bischoff has started a Kickstarter for his 2.5D isometric sci-fi adventure game, Stasis. He has also put the game on Steam Greenlight and has released a full alpha demo of it.