Just finished The Turing Test, thanks @elrodiel
it was fun, possibly because it wore its Portal influence proudly on its sleeve. The narrative was engaging, and the puzzles had enough variety, but never got complex enough, which was a shame, it sometimes left me with a ‘oh, is that all?’ feeling.
There were a couple of points however, where the narrative jarred heavily with the need to explain something to the player. At one point the protagonists is asked if she knows what a Turing Test is, it’s then explained to her, even though her surname is… Turing.
Also, she is part of the team on this complex mission, and the story, as told through, text and audio logs makes it clear that the other members are discussing the intricacies of consciousness, self-awareness, syntax vs semantics and what constitutes thought. The protagonist, meanwhile - for the player’s sake - has to have some very basic concepts explained to her step-by-step. She comes across as a dunce. I wouldn’t have sent her on that mission.