Video: Like first-person games that challenge you to solve puzzles in room after room? The Turing Test is one of those. We livestreamed it earlier, and you can watch the archive here. It starts with a cleverly-built puzzle that's not too tough, but then we hit one that stumps us badly. The Turing Test is from Bulkhead Interactive. It's out now on Steam for $US20 ($27). It's pretty good so far, though it suffers comparisons to the magnificent Portal, which has the advantage of having its own great disembodied voice talking to your character and its own great puzzle-solving mechanic. But, hey, we ain't ever getting a Portal 3. Game like this'll do.
42 Minutes Of The Turing Test, The New Portal-Style Puzzle Game
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