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With only five days left in its epic 33-day Kickstarter campaign, 2D/isometric/horror/adventure game Stasis has achieved full funding, edging just over its $100,000 goal. The game, developed by South African brothers Christopher and Nicolas Bischoff, takes inspiration from classic point-and-click games such as The Dig, as well as space horror films like Ridley Scott’s Alien.
Last month, we talked to Chris Bischoff about the game, its development, and the funding process. Now that it has reached its target, PC gamers can look forward to exploring the derelict space station known as Groomlake when the game is released sometime in Fall 2014. Meanwhile, supporters can look forward to the wide array of rewards, including an official soundtrack composed by Mark Morgan, of Fallout fame.
To celebrate this achievement, the Bischoff brothers have released a new teaser trailer that feautres the point-of-view of the game’s fictional Cayne Corporation.
In the November edition of our Kickstart This! column, we briefly looked at the dark sci-fi world of Stasis, an isometric adventure game from Johannesburg-based game developer Christopher Bischoff. I recently chatted with the designer to delve further into the belly of the deserted spacecraft named Groomlake, along with old LucasArts titles, South African gaming, and an unheard-of cinematic gem from William Shatner. (more…)