Remember earlier this week when Square Enix's indie division teased a new game for Switch? Well here it is, folks: The Turing Test is headed to Nintendo's console next month.

The Turing Test is a sci-fi puzzle game set on Jupiter’s moon, Europa. You play as Ava Turing, an International Space Agency engineer sent to discover the cause behind the disappearance of the ground crew stationed there. You'll likely notice some instant familiarities to Portal when checking out the trailer above, which probably isn't a bad thing, but it does deserve to be viewed in its own right, too.

Our friends over at Push Square reviewed the game for PS4 back in 2017 saying the following:

The Turing Test is both a thoughtful meditation on the implications of artificial intelligence, and a competent first-person puzzler. Its systems are clever, its graphics make for unambiguous play, and its mechanical focus on logic is satisfying. Structural and pacing issues are certainly present, but they aren't egregious enough to meaningfully detract from the experience.

It launches on Switch on 7th February, which is in just two weeks' time. It'll cost £14.99 / $19.99 / €19.99 but you'll be able to take advantage of a launch discount of 10% until 21st February.

So, what do you think? Will you be grabbing this one next month? Tell us below.