Portal 2

Portal 2

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Ray of Enlightenment

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Ray of Enlightenment

Follow the light to the end of the tunnel! A study in puzzles and logic.
Warning! This is a very difficult test.

If you get stuck, take a peak at the official solution.
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lord_dhaf  [author] Jan 26, 2014 @ 6:58am 
Thanks for playing, I'm glad you liked it!
raycelbelmond Jan 26, 2014 @ 5:18am 
Not an easy one but rewarding. I had to restart a couple of time but, in the end, i made it. Great job. I liked it.
lord_dhaf  [author] Aug 5, 2013 @ 1:28pm 
Thank you for playing and for your kind words! And good work solving it!
Andi Aug 5, 2013 @ 12:21pm 
WOW! That was an ordeal. It took me the better part of two and half hours to finish this one. I got all the way to the end... the very end... and I couldn't figure out what to do with the two reflection cubes in the last couple of rooms. The rest I figured out without too much pain. It took almost an hour in the last couple of rooms before I finally figured it out. One of the best chambers I've played in awhile. Made me think and think hard. I love a challenge and this one was a challenge. Thumbs up.
lord_dhaf  [author] Jul 9, 2013 @ 2:21pm 
Btw, REVELATION411, in the official solution, I do not get hit by any laser!
lord_dhaf  [author] Jul 7, 2013 @ 3:08am 
I decided to record an official solution. Here it is:
lord_dhaf  [author] May 25, 2013 @ 7:59am 
Well, the intended solution is not very hard to execute. Maybe you found another way? Thanks for playing it anyway!
buckfuts1 May 20, 2013 @ 5:30pm 
Oof! I'm surprised I actually bothered finishing this! It was extremely difficult to solve and to execute (more the former than the latter). I wouldn't consider the execution ninja (which I'm awful at!), but it was still pretty hard!
I got to the upper level of it last night and, after trying to look around, I decided I needed to go to sleep and F6ed it. When I went back, it still took me at least twice as long to solve and execute the rest.
@hannoman, I agree that the rating system could use some tweaking. It would be nice if you could use a, say, 1 to 5 rating for: difficulty of execution, of solution and possibly even length of play, as well as whether you liked it. I do enjoy a longer puzzle, but sometimes I want to get in a quick one before I have to go to work or sleep and it would be nice to know before I play it, what I'm looking at. I knew this one wouldn't be quick, but I had no idea just how long it would take, let alone the difficulty.
Nice work, but a little vague for me.
sentientcloudwastaken Apr 4, 2013 @ 4:25pm 
Well, the reflection cubes can be replaced, anyway. The regular cube doesn't appear to have a dispenser. Of course, it would take deliberate tomfoolery to destroy it. Otherwise, great puzzle!

@Revelation411 I had the same problem with the laser redirection cubes and I figured out what causes it. It's gel on the floor. If a cube sits on gel, it will slowly shuffle until it's out of position. Try to keep a clean, dry space for your cubes.

@toncica Nice technique. I rotated the cube by dropping it through an upside-down floor-to-wall portal, but your way doesn't need portals or appropriate surfaces. Very useful.
lord_dhaf  [author] Feb 12, 2013 @ 4:54am 
@hannoman: I have made an update. If you lose a cube, it is now recreated, and there are ways to get back to the beginning if you should get stuck. Hope it helps!