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Escape from Aperture Pt. 4 - Goodbye, Sir
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Jan 27, 2013 @ 11:08pm
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Escape from Aperture
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[READ THE NOTE SECTION BEFORE COMMENTING!]
Goodbye to the king, immortalized in pastels...and goodbye to the man who gave his body to science.

STORY: You've finally found a solution to stop Override Gamma: a core receptacle. But, Wheatley wants to do it himself, and makes a decision that ends up being terribly wrong. Will you manage to stop the facility from exploding before it's all over? And can you still escape, as that's the whole reason this adventure began?

UPDATES:
- Fixed doors.
- Tweaked physics a little.
- Added a little to the ending.

Dang it,I forgot to save the original description before updating the map again.
127 Comments
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Une fourmi chic. Jun 22 @ 8:40am 
I loved it ! You must do more map series !
Tootboy6 Jun 17 @ 6:00pm 
Loved it the end was great and enjoyed the puzzles. Please keep makeing more maps. You're much more skilled than I am. I will favorite you.
Calamitous Crystal Pony  [author] Feb 3 @ 8:32pm 
It's an old map, deal with it.
Justyn Feb 3 @ 5:04pm 
I found the invisible walls keeping me from moving during dialog very frustrating.
Klc Feb 1 @ 11:58am 
OMG. I BEAT IT. THAT IS SO GOOD. (i mean the no-existant cake)

P.S. (just joking! =D)
ThePotato Jan 30 @ 11:31am 
yea but i enjoyed it altough I nocliped the whole of designed for danger because my screen spazzed whailst walking through doors
Calamitous Crystal Pony  [author] Jan 27 @ 5:30pm 
12 Angry Tests and Designed for Danger had clever ideas and a sprinkle of custom content, as well as having been made by experienced mappers. This series, at the time, was made by a newbie Hammer user with meager ideas. The story's unclear unless you read the description, the brushwork is ugly, and it possessed no level of difficulty at all.

In other words, you're too easily impressed by rubbish like this.
ThePotato Jan 27 @ 10:21am 
i'd have to disagree this was good but those were not as good as thins in my opinion
Calamitous Crystal Pony  [author] Jan 26 @ 2:17pm 
No, 12 Angry Tests and Designed for Danger are definitely better.
ThePotato Jan 26 @ 7:21am 
this was one of the best custom maps i have ever played although the use of invisible walls were quite annoying