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The Turning Test comes to Switch

The Turning Test comes to Nintendo Switch Feb. 7

First-person puzzler, The Turning Test, is set to release on Feb. 7. And yes, you read that right. It’s a FPP.

Check out the trailer below.

The Turning Test is coming to Nintendo Switch Feb. 7, 2020.

The Turing Test is a sci-fi puzzle game set on Jupiter’s moon, Europa. Players 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.

Having previously launched the game on Steam, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the developer Bulkhead Interactive felt that it would be a perfect on-the-go game for the Nintendo Switch console.

“Seeing the all the love from players for the original release of The Turing Test was overwhelming for our small team – and now three 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!” said Howard Philpott, Lead Designer in a press release.

The Turing Test is available on Steam™ for £14.99/$19.99/€19.99, on Xbox One™ for £14.99/$19.99/€19.99, and PlayStation 4™ for £14.99/$19.99/€19.99.

It will launch on Nintendo Switch™ on February 7 for £14.99/$19.99/€19.99 with a launch discount of 10% that ends on Feb. 21.

  • The Turning Test Screenshots

The Turning Test from Square Enix Collective is currently rated T for Teen by the ESRB.

Written by Darius

Darius Goodman is an alumni of Martin Luther King Jr. High School in DeKalb County and a former piccolo/flute player for the MLK Marching Lions. Upon high school graduation in 2011, Goodman attended South Carolina State University on a band scholarship up until 2015 when he completed his Bachelors of Arts in Mass Communication with a concetration in Journalism. Once finished with his degree, Goodman then joined Beyond the Flag a FanSided site. From there, Goodman started his career with the Henry Herald/Clayton News Daily in 2016. Within a few years, he attained a few awards: including company wide social media awards and a Georgia Press Association Sports Coverage award. Now, while balancing Henry County, Goodman is reaching out to DeKalb County.

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