Palmer Sturman: You’ve just awoken from stasis on a hulking spacecraft you have no recollection of ever being on. You’re alone and horribly injured, clinging to life while attempting to find answers. As you meander down the corridors you find streaks of blood, entrails, and other less identifiable fluids, all painting a graphic and violent picture of desperation, leaving you with even more questions and a terrifying sense of wonder. Welcome to Stasis, a 2D isometric adventure game that feels and plays like it was ripped directly from the late ‘90s. Reminiscent of games like Sanitarium and Crusader, Stasis captures the feel and essence of popular older titles, but presents an attention to horrifying atmosphere and detail in the way only a modern title can.