Medal of Honor: Airborne and The Turing Test are now free through Games with Gold
The day many Xbox Live subscribers have been waiting for is finally here: Games with Gold! Medal of Honor: Airborne and The Turning Test are now free through Games with Gold.
Take to the skies in Medal of Honor: Airborne, where your choices can turn the tide of World War II. The game is a thrilling Xbox 360 shooter which holds up well even all of these years. Starting with your jump from a Douglas C-47 Skytrain, every choice you make can seal your fate. An important mechanic is your control of your parachute which allows you to land in positions which offer you the most advantage. The multiplayer component is quite robust too, but it's unclear if you'll be able to find enough people to play with due to the game's age. Either ways, it's still a lot of fun and it's a shame that we don't get more Medal of Honor games anymore. Just like all Xbox 360 Games with Gold, Medal of Honor: Airborne is backward compatible so be sure to check it out on your Xbox One.
The Turing Test is a first-person puzzle game which feels a lot like Portal. Aside from the puzzles which revolve around moving energy from one switch to the next, the title deals with a lot of philosophical questions that explore topics like consciousness and the meaning of human intuition. You play as Ava Turing, an engineer for the International Space Agency, and progress through with the help of an AI construct. Throughout your journey you discover the the hidden mysteries of Europa and the reason for your crew's disappearance. The Turing Test is a challenging game which requires a lot of thinking. According to the developers the puzzles are designed in such a way that only a human can solve them. Or maybe that's just marketing. Be sure to give this one a go because not only does it look great, but it also gives you an immense sense of satisfaction when you solve a room.
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