Stasis: Bone Totem (Bury Thine Sins Under the Sea Bio-Horror Point-and-Click)


Stasis: Bone Totem was a game I first became aware of via MandaloreGaming, and the premise of an underground bio-horror station seemed compelling. I was not disappointed, and neither will you be. For fans of the old school, point-and-click adventure genre mixed with modern top-down isometric controls, Stasis: Bone Totem is a delightful bio-horror adventure.


Focused on a group of three adventurers that happen upon an abandoned deep sea “oil” rig, you must scrape together rinky-dinky tools by utilizing each character’s individual abilities: tinkering two items together, pulling items apart, or hacking into things. Objects can be instantly teleported to each other via an in-world explained device. The game controls fluidly, but set design is what gives Stasis: Bone Totem its edge. Note, this is a self-proclaimed bio-horror game, and if you’re squeamish to conceptual gore (it’s not an overly gory game, but some scenes are quite disturbing) then I would avoid this one. However, if you can stomach the guts, then it is an absolute yes for a playthrough.


Stasis: Bone Totem Official Steam

Written by Steve, Cleaver of Plebian Flesh

Stasis: Bone Totem
THE BROTHERHOOD (developer and publisher)
4.7 / 5