Handsome, enigmatic first-person puzzler The Turing Test comes out on Xbox One and PC on 30th August.

This is the next game by Pneuma: Breath of Life developer Bulkhead - that game also being a first-person puzzler, so plenty of practice n' that. In his review Edwin said Pneuma: Breath of Life was, "A serene yet unnerving first-person adventure born of sustained philosophical inquiry, let down by inconsistent puzzle design."

Well, tonally, The Turing Test seems to tread a similar line. The set-up involves the player reaching a facility governed by some kind of AI, and exploring it. Squint and it looks a little like an eerie Portal without, um, the portals - but there is a fancy gun that interacts with door controls and bridge controls via a beam of light.

The Turing connection comes from this Alan Turing quote: "A computer would deserve to be called intelligent if it could deceive a human into believing that it was human."

Ooh, mysterious.

It's priced at £14.99, as per the game's Steam page.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Jump to comments (10)

About the author

Robert Purchese

Robert Purchese

Senior Staff Writer

Bertie is senior staff writer and Eurogamer's Poland-and-dragons correspondent. He's part of the furniture here, a friendly chair, and reports on all kinds of things, the stranger the better.

More articles by Robert Purchese

Comments (10)

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading

Related