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Dilapidation: Part 4
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Jan 9, 2013 @ 4:32pm
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Dilapidation
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Very Hard Difficulty

The malfunctioning lift is taking you deep into the dark ruins of Aperture Laboratories...

Playthrough by Selyp
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xxtern Sep 29 @ 11:32am 
Awesome chamber! Very nice and interesting puzzle.
quaternary Sep 1 @ 2:16pm 
Hint for people stuck at the end - can you get the laser box again with a funnel instead of a bridge? there's 3 main areas and you solve five of them...
Freeman|TR Aug 13 @ 7:50am 
spent hours. even me myself don't know if I used special ninja trick to spoil the map. seems not.
TS_Mind_Swept Jul 25 @ 3:53pm 
well i was absolutely stuck, and i watched Selyp's playthrough and i was all "omt DUH!" that last part, you've dooped us all man! 8.5/10
YUKI_67 Jun 30 @ 7:04am 
Résolu. Mais il faut vraiment bien connaitre le fonctionnement des funnels pour trouver la fin. Bon difficile test, merci !
tu7650x Apr 30 @ 5:45pm 
What a great puzzle!!... Kept me thinking for a while.Thanks a lot, this is high quality work. BTW the lighting at the beginning of the map is absolutely exquisite
Fawty.Two Apr 5 @ 9:01am 
Excellent. This is definitely the my favourite of the dilapidation series. You're a very talented map designer and test chamber creator. It took me days to work out the final piece of this puzzle.
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LoneWolf2056  [author] Mar 31 @ 5:35am 
@TheDarkMuffin - Thanks, glad you enjoyed and congrats on solving, its definitely the toughest in the series :)
TheDarkMuffin Mar 30 @ 6:36pm 
Wow, this happens to be one of those puzzles that has a sort of...strange, intuitiveness to it while still being difficult enough to make the solver feel like they're special and unique. I absolutely love it.
rob Mar 19 @ 12:08pm 
Very, very clever. The last part was brilliant and very difficult. How do work theses things out? Great work!