The Turing Test is bringing some challenging puzzling to Switch in February

Square Enix Collective has revealed it is releasing the first-person puzzler The Turing Test to the Switch this February. In fact there isn’t that much of a wait with the release date set as February 7th. Bulkhead Interactive’s game places players in the shoes of Ava Turing who is sent to Europa to find out why the ground crew there disappeared.


Howard Philpott, Lead Designer of The Turing Test had this to say about the Switch release:

“Seeing the all the love from players for the original release of The Turing Test was overwhelming for our small team – and now 3 years later being able to bring that experience to a host of new players in their homes (and on the go!) is extremely exciting for us. We can’t wait to share those moments of puzzle, exploration and discovery with a totally new audience on the Nintendo Switch!”

The Turing Test released back in 2016 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. At the time Dave reviewed the game and wrote:

It’s easy to say that The Turing Test gets a passing grade. Lots of thought has clearly gone into how the story plays out, while the puzzles are designed to teach the player without overtly telling you how a new gameplay mechanic works. Little details at the end of each zone and side puzzle flesh out just what’s going on, while the puzzles will test your logical thinking. It’s not without its flaws, but it’s certainly worth a look at for those wanting to scratch that First Person Puzzle itch.

You can read the full The Turing Test review here. The Turing Test will be priced £14.99/$19.99/€19.99 but will have a launch discount of 10% until February 21st.

Source: Press Release

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