The Turing Test [Online Game Code]
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- Harness the ability to transfer power between machines using your ‘Energy Manipulation Tool’ providing a unique twist on gameplay mechanics and puzzle logic.
- Learn the significance of player control as you switch between multiple perspectives to solve The Turing Test’s most challenging puzzles.
- Discover a story with multiple layers of depth and conspiracy; challenging concepts of human morality and giving freedom to players to form theories about the fate of ISA's crew members.
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The Turing Test is a challenging first-person puzzle game set on Jupiter’s moon, Europa. You are Ava Turing, an engineer for the International Space Agency (ISA) sent to discover the cause behind the disappearance of the ground crew stationed there.
Upon arrival a series of puzzles awaits you – tests which, according to the station’s AI, Tom, can only be solved by a human. These puzzles have apparently been set by the missing ground crew – but why have they created them and what are they hiding from?
In an evolving story based on mankind’s instinctual need to explore, protect and survive, you’ll delve deeper into Europa’s ice crusted-core and discover that the lines between man and machine begin to blur. Armed with the Energy Manipulation Tool (EMT), solve puzzles to open the way forward as you learn the true cost of human morality.
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While some have compained that the philosophy ideas were not complex enough, I personally think it was precisely clever of the devs not to go farther than where they did, because it means their teaching can't fall into the pit of religious supertitions, but neither into the desert of atheist narcissism, the later which other games usually do (ahem The Talos Principle). For once, we have a science-fiction game about AI that doesn't obsess on nihilism or ideological debates; no, here what is presented are agnostic, purely logical facts. And after everything has been said, what remains is the player, forced to pass judgment on the events and the deeds of the characters, both human and machine.
Except that passing judgment is much more tricky than expected.
I'm picky about fictional AI and philosophy, but The Turing Test is all in all, a very elegant and poetic piece who provide the most accurate and tragic illustration of what would make a high Artificial Intelligence able to pass the Turing Test today.