Portal 2

Portal 2

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Oct 3, 2012 @ 9:46pm
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Designed to highlight the acrobatics nature of mobility gels, 1971 is an old-Aperture science sphere featuring long-distance flings, steep drops, and puzzles centered around repulsion and propulsion gels.

All comments and criticism are appreciated.
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81 Comments
WK2Trailhawk Jul 11 @ 11:55pm 
For me, this is almost a perfect map. I give it 9.5/10 only because of the angled portal in the last room. It seems quite obvious but everytime I used it I would either come up short or hit my head on the ceiling and end up in the drink. I ended not using it to get across which leeds me to think that I must have missed something.
z34chris Jul 5 @ 6:18pm 
nice job, i got stuck in the middle but found my way eventually
Rydellfd May 14 @ 8:29pm 
awsome map but the exit jump was a bitch for whatever reason. walking off the cat walk did not work ofcorse but jumping was a jerk kept getting out of line with the portal and landing on the edge of it or nicking it and just falling straight down. but the map was awsome great work
vallibus Apr 11 @ 8:47am 
Very nicely done.
jccreszMC Feb 22 @ 12:31pm 
Random crow is random. there are several areas where strict physics flings can be messed up, specifically the exit bounce. Also an unintended solution that I used was the speedgel office and the flat wall portal surface in the final "chamber".
Turrets turret Feb 11 @ 12:10pm 
i rememer..
favorite!
dire.fcs Feb 11 @ 6:50am 
Great work with both gels and portaling.
tu7650x Nov 24, 2015 @ 4:48pm 
Beautiful map, great puzzle! Had some really interesting challenges along the way. BTW I DID loiter for more than 20 minutes...
Volka Kostylkov Jun 18, 2015 @ 9:31am 
Good
wildgoosespeeder Feb 9, 2015 @ 1:18am 
I remember this map when it was released on ThinkingWithPortals.com before the Workshop went public! Nice to see an old favorite resurface from the "olden" days. :P

Here's the old file:
http://forums.thinkingwithportals.com/downloads.php?view=detail&df_id=1481