The Watson-Scott Test

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The Watson-Scott Test is a horror game that was developed and published by Normal Wholesome Games. It is a psychological thriller game that uses various psychological evaluations and tests to assess the player's personality and mental state. The game is set up as a mock psychological exam, where the player takes on the role of a test subject undergoing a battery of tests and questionnaires.

The game consists of a series of tests, each of which measures different aspects of the player's personality and mental state. The tests include a personality test, a Rorschach inkblot test, a memory test, and a spatial awareness test. The questions in each test are designed to be unsettling, and the player is asked to make choices that will determine the outcome of the game. The game's storyline revolves around the mysterious Watson-Scott Test, which is said to have been designed by a Dr. Watson and a Dr. Scott to test the limits of the human mind. The player is guided through the tests by an AI named The Program, which is said to be the product of a failed experiment that fused the consciousness of two researchers.

The game has multiple endings, and the outcome of the game is determined by the player's choices and answers throughout the tests. The game has gained popularity for its unique and immersive storytelling, and its ability to unsettle and scare players with its psychological tests and questions.


The Watson-Scott Test is a horror game that was released on the Steam platform in 2018. The game is designed to simulate a psychological assessment test, with the player taking on the role of the test subject. The game features a multiple-choice questionnaire format, where the player must answer a series of questions about their fears and experiences.

As the player progresses through the game, the questions become increasingly intense and disturbing, with the ultimate goal being to uncover the player's deepest fears. The game is set in a dark and eerie environment, with an unsettling soundtrack and creepy sound effects. Some of the questions are cryptic or intentionally misleading, adding to the game's overall sense of unease. Jump scares and other horror elements are also present throughout the game to keep the player on edge.

One of the unique features of The Watson-Scott Test is its replayability. The game features multiple endings that depend on the player's choices and responses to the questions. This encourages players to replay the game multiple times to see all of the possible outcomes. In addition to the multiple endings, The Watson-Scott Test also includes a second test that is unlocked after the player completes the game. This test is timed and includes trick questions. If the player performs poorly, they are jump scared by a decaying man without a nose or mouth, who is alluded to throughout the game as the player's stalker and murderer. The game has gained notoriety for its unsettling and disturbing content, including the jump scares featuring the decaying man. The Steam page for the game prominently displays the jump scare as its first and third images.


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