The Turing Test comes to Windows PC and Xbox One next month

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Bulkhead Interactive  finally announced a new first-person puzzle game named The Turing Test for release on Microsoft’s Xbox One and Windows PC come August 30.

The game will be playable during Gamescom this August and its developer will be available to talk to as well. Howard Philpott, the Creative Producer at Bulkhead Interactive, said that in The Turing Test you will use your brain to discover the truth about humanity’s research base on Europa. Philpott added that you will use the EMT (Energy Manipulator Tool) to transpose power out from one object to another, power up and take control of artificially intelligent machines, and manipulate giant structures.

According to the developer, the team has been working on this game for over a year in order to refine the game and received positive feedback during events like GDC in San Francisco, E3 in Los Angeles, and EGX Rezzed in London.

Below, you can see the trailer for The Turing Test:

If you like games that make you think, then The Turing Test is surely one of the games that you will love playing. The game will be available on the Xbox Store for Xbox One consoles and on Steam for Windows PCs, on August 30, 2016.

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