You might not think that an isometric, point-and-click adventure game could be scary in the least bit. But you may be surprised. Stasis is exceedingly good. An engaging story about coming to in the midst of a terrible disaster may sway you. Sure, it isn’t an immediate visual representation your calamity, but there’s still a sense of haste, as if you really do have to get a move on or you’ll lose yourself, and everyone, in the methane clouds of Neptune. There are huge undertones of something sinister and eerie happening, and there’s all kinds of great artwork to represent those facts. There’s a lot going on that deserves a good long look if you’re a horror fan. This doesn’t use cheap jump-scares, but plays on something much deeper. And it’s pretty damn effective too.