In November 2013, Indie developer Christopher Bischoff launched a Kickstarter for what would be a very successful point and click adventure game, Stasis. The game was launched on 31st August, 2015 to critical praise, and now Bischoff is promising to "blow people's minds" with his next title; Cayne.
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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.