A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

You were invited to participate in a so-called Turing Test. You just have to answer some questions and that's it. Or is there something else...?

Controls: WASD for movement, E for interaction, ESC for cancel

StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rating
Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars
(14 total ratings)
Authordunkelgrau
GenreAdventure
Made withBlender, Audacity, Godot, GIMP
Tags3D, Atmospheric, Exploration, First-Person, Horror, PSX (PlayStation), Psychological Horror, Retro, Short, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse

Download

Download
the-turing-test-linux.zip 55 MB
Version 6 Oct 08, 2021
Download
the-turing-test-windows.zip 49 MB
Version 6 Oct 08, 2021
Download
the-turing-test.zip 50 MB
Version 6 Oct 08, 2021

Comments

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the most creepy part is that the starting screen has "The death of Talos". I'm from the city where the Greek Pot with that painting was found.

Wow, that's amazing that you recognize it. I tried to tell a story about AI and responsibility here. Did you also have a look into the Devlog after finishing the game? :)

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hello, is this game actually rated m? i just need to know lol

yes, but no. I rated it myself. :P

i see! ok!

mine just said admin instead of my name. nice game tho

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I tried to troll the test but i got out trolled lol Yooo! i loved your game man.

Thanks for recording. I like the fact that everyone is ignoring the non-disclosure agreement. ;P

lol sorry about ignoring the non-disclosure agreement :D, but on a serious note the game was awesome and thank you for watching the video no one really watches my content so thank you!

For MacBook, it says that the game is damaged.

Sorry for this. It seems that the Mac version is not signed. A workaround for this one can be found here: https://github.com/godotengine/godot/issues/48076#issuecomment-824947090

Basically the following command:

xattr -dr com.apple.quarantine AppName.app

it keeps saying the file is corrupted or something and i can't open it on macbook

:((((

HOW DID IT KNOW MY NAME D:

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i left when i saw some black dude looking at me

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I love this style and genre of gameplay, Really kept the creepy uneasy feeling going.. Great Job

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I loved this, the concept is deceptively simple but just perfect for a short experience because you want to find out who's the AI, the pacing was great and you really know when and how to be spooky, this was a joy to play and now I have to look if you have other cool horror games that I can play. 

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Thanks for playing my game. :) And I have the strange feeling that you can speak German. :P

It's the bane of my existence that I do :D

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This the atmosphere the nervousness the scary at the end amazing horror game 

  

Linux version isn't working :(

Strange. I tested and developed it on a Linux machine. Can you send me the Exception? You can find my Discord name on my profile.

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Alright, sent a friend request, i'm Aly

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Interesting game with a fun twist. The keyboard sounds made it hard to hear some of the creepy sounds happening around me but I could still pick up on it a bit. Thanks for posting!

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It's really interesting and it taught me a little bit about the actual test itself. Great job there.

Here's my channel for other games I have played. https://www.youtube.com/c/Levont

11:52. Best moment. :D Thanks for playing my game!

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An interesting take on the survey horror genre, a bit creepy, and the staff provided everything I asked for.

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I really enjoyed this! Reminded me a lot of Start Survey, but with its own twists and quirks that made it even creepier. I love games like this with unassuming tests or quizzes that turn into something creepy, and this is one of my favorites! Great work!

Thank you so much for making a video about my game. I really enjoyed it! :)

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Gave it a Let's Play, a nice short horror game :) 

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This is a cool game. The atmosphere was awesome. I was constantly looking over my shoulder! Loved the PS1 aesthetics.