You know what happens when the middle of the month comes? Yep, that’s right – new Xbox One and Xbox 360 games get given away for nothing to all Xbox Live Gold subscribers. And guess what? It’s the middle of October!

Available for nothing right now is The Turing Test on Xbox One. Normally priced at £15.99, The Turing Test is much more than just your bog standard puzzler. Instead it is something that explores the phenomena of consciousness and challenges the meaning of human intuition – you know, as you do.

Filled with tests to solve and puzzles to interact with, The Turing Test will most definitely be something to push your mental capabilities to the max. But at least you won’t have to pay for it. That’s because the Xbox Games With Gold scheme for October is giving all those who hold a valid Xbox Live Gold subscription the chance to download The Turing Test for nothing. All you need to do is head on over to the Microsoft Store, hit the download button and then begin to enjoy what unfolds. You’ve got until the middle of November before that price goes straight back up.

If you wish to know more about The Turing Test, then you could do worse than take a look at our full review. We’ve also got an article which tells you more about the Xbox Games With Gold titles for October 2017 too.

Don’t forget to let us know your thoughts regarding The Turing Test by posting in the comments below.

Game Description:

The Turing Test is a first person puzzler that explores the phenomena of consciousness and challenges the meaning of human intuition. Take control of Ava Turing, an engineer for the International Space Agency (ISA), and progress through a narrated story of introspection and morality whilst uncovering the hidden mysteries of Europa. Delve into The Turing Test’s human interaction puzzles and arm yourself with logical and methodical thinking. Take on tests designed in such a way that only a human could solve them. In an evolving story based on mankind’s inherent need to explore, protect and survive; players search deeper into Europa’s ice crusted core and transcend the line between man and machine.

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