Stasis: Bone Totem Reviews

Stasis: Bone Totem is ranked in the 79th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
Иван Бышонков
Top Critic
8 / 10.0
Jun 24, 2023

The Brotherhood for the third time managed to tell a strange, sometimes nasty story, based on the ancient genre of point'n'click. The small studio is gradually developing and growing above itself - Bone Totem can be called its best game at the moment.

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8 / 10.0
Jun 26, 2023

Stasis: Bone Totem is a point-and-click graphic adventure that exploits the classic mechanics of the genre in a modern and appealing technical setting, although the game was made almost entirely by only two people. Its strength lies in its horror-tinged sci-fi atmospheres and in its narrative which presents interesting reflections on ethics and corporations. The writing style is verbose: this might be a limitation for some, but it is an indispensable ingredient in the creation of a world that winks at cosmic horror.

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80 / 100
Jul 22, 2023

With a great underwater setting and an interesting story featuring lots to uncover, Stasis: Bone Totem's mix of horror and puzzles mean it is a veritable sunken treasure.

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8.5 / 10.0
Aug 18, 2023

It's one of the best adventure games of recent times, with challenging puzzles, an immersive atmosphere of horror, great visuals, and a great voice acting.

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8.1 / 10.0
Apr 8, 2024
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8 / 10.0
Apr 8, 2024

While Stasis: Bone Totem is at its best with a keyboard and mouse, the clunky controls didn't take away from my enjoyment of this point-and-click horror with its compelling story, absolutely brilliant characters, and challenging puzzles.

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Az Elias
Top Critic
7 / 10
May 2, 2024

Stasis: Bone Totem's challenging puzzles may cause a headache and bring progression to a halt on more than one occasion, so it is best to be prepared for critical thinking and a little trial and error. The excellently written characters and superb voice acting really drive the desire to progress, and the sci-fi horror plot is backed up by immaculate prerendered backgrounds that sadly take a dip in quality on Switch, especially on the puzzle screens. Although not without its faults and the odd bug here and there, this point-and-click adventure has still transitioned greatly to console, and the effort to bring such a title to Switch is hugely appreciated.

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