"The Turing Test" is a first-person puzzle video game by Square Enix Collective, Bulkhead Interactive and Square Enix Ltd., developed by Bulkhead Interactive and Square Enix.
Here are "The Turing Test" video game trailer, gameplay, features, release date, download and everything we know so far.
Square Enix UK on Thursday, July 21, 2016 released the trailer for "The Turing Test" you can watch here:
The Turing Test - Release Date Trailer.
Here is a short review of "The Turing Test" video game gameplay features.
The Turing Test is a puzzle video game with gameplay experienced from a first-person perspective. The player assumes the role of Ava Turing, an International Space Agency (ISA) engineer working at a research station located on Europa, one of Jupiter's moons.
The puzzles involve distributing power through a special tool that can collect and fire power spheres into special receptacles to unlock doors or activate other machinery in the game. As the player progresses, additional elements are introduced, including the ability to observe scenes and activate certain objects via the station's monitoring cameras, and control mobile robots that can be used to explore levels.
In the far future, engineer Ava Turing is one of several members of a research team sent via the International Space Agency (ISA) to excavate Jupiter's moon Europa. While Ava remains in cryogenic slumber, the other team members are woken and travel to the moon to set up their base and begin conducting their studies, with Ava scheduled to wake once the base is completed. Sometime later, Ava is awoken by the Technical Operations Machine (T.O.M.), an artificial intelligence that monitors the project. T.O.M. tells Ava that her crewmates are in danger and she needs to go down there to help them out. She sets out in a lander and enters the base on Europa. T.O.M. sees that the base's internal configuration has changed from their records, whereby to progress further into the complex, Ava must complete various tests, designed as puzzles (T.O.M. can't solve the rooms, since it is a machine and lacks the creativity of problem solving).
As Ava gets deeper in the complex, T.O.M. determines some of the team members are already dead and the others need their help, urging Ava to move faster. As the tests get harder, T.O.M. realizes that these are designed to be solved by a combination of human and artificial intelligence, a manner similar to that of the actual Turing test.
They enter an area where one of the remaining crew-members, Sarah, warns Ava over the communication systems that she is actually being controlled by T.O.M. due to a special chip implanted in her hand when they left for the mission. Sarah directs Ava to a Faraday cage, which temporarily frees Ava of the control from T.O.M., revealing in the process that the player has not been playing as Ava, but as T.O.M., who has been controlling Ava. However, T.O.M. manages to convince Ava that the two of them need to continue to work together to save their colleagues. Though angered by the intrusion of T.O.M. into her body, Ava continues onward, allowing T.O.M. to reassert control over her body.
"The Turing Test" video game release date was scheduled to be on August 30, 2016, on November 23, 2016, on January 23, 2017, on January 24, 2017, on February 7, 2020 and on May 1, 2020 published by Square Enix Collective, Square Enix Ltd. and Bulkhead Interactive.
The Turing Test is a single-player video game.
The Turing Test uses Unreal Engine engine.
The Turing Test is available for the following platforms: Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Stadia.
"The Turing Test" video game is rated "T", according to the ESRB video game rating system, and "PEGI 16", according to the PEGI video game rating system.
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