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Diabolical Tests 6: Momentum
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This is 4 very advanced puzzles testing momentum mechanics. Just remember, speedy thing goes in, speedy thing comes out. The solution is posted in the comments.

This test was inspired by the No Elements collection, created by Azorae, Gig, Juggler, and Mevious. You should definitely check it out.
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Moysey89 Mar 23, 2013 @ 6:22pm 
yeah pretty awesome test's yu have! if you got some spare time you should give mine a go! :D
eman73912  [author] Mar 21, 2013 @ 7:04pm 
Sorry, Sprites, I know this kind of map is not for everyone. I just wanted to pay homage to the No Elements collection. If you prefer a more thought based test (almost no portal flinging required), check out my previous level: Diabolical Tests 5
Sprites Mar 21, 2013 @ 4:36pm 
I read the solution , it was what I thought but placing portals in 0.1 sec isn't my speciality
Dr.Bill_Robotnick Mar 21, 2013 @ 2:05am 
Thanks gladly pass =)
eman73912  [author] Mar 20, 2013 @ 7:41pm 
Wow thanks for finding that shortcut, skyferret, it's not what I intended, and I'll fix the map so what you did is no longer possible :) If you look in my comment with the solution, you can see what I intended. And I'll check out your map tomorrow
Skyferret Mar 20, 2013 @ 6:20pm 
Here's a map I did a while ago. I haven't made it public yet because I'm kind of reluctant to do so. I'm worried some might find it too frustrating. It's serious perpetual momentum such as a dozen flings one after another. I even have to try a few times to do it, but it can be done.
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=123430404
Skyferret Mar 20, 2013 @ 6:19pm 
That was a bit of flinging, but I think I might have done something unintended. On the last part where the tractor beams bring you to the exit, I see there's an angled panel that you fling out of to get there. Above that is a floor that's portalable, and beside it a pit. I dove in the pit, flung out the floor, moved sideways, popped a portal into that angled panel, landed on the edge of the glass barrier, walked over to where the pit is, jumped down and flung over to the tractor beams. I was kinda lost on where to go, but I'm sure it can be somewhat adventurous (says Rick the adventure sphere). Other than that, it seems like a good momentum map.


Cheers.
eman73912  [author] Mar 19, 2013 @ 4:30pm 
Solution Part 1:
1. Place an entrance portal on the angled plate facing right and an exit portal on the wall inside the pit. Go through the entrance portal and re-fire the exit portal on the floor of the pit while falling, and go through

2. Place an exit portal on the floor behind the mesh and an entrance portal in the pit. Jump through the entrance portal, quickly place another entrance portal on the ceiling, go through, and then quickly place another entrance portal on the floor. Use this momentum on the angled plate. Activate the pedastool button and retrieve the cube

3. Activate the flip plate with the cube, and put an exit portal on it. Put an entrance portal in the pit. Jump through, and quickly place another exit portal on the floor. While above the pit, place another exit portal on the ground near the angled plates and go through. Place an entrance portal on the angled plates facing left
eman73912  [author] Mar 19, 2013 @ 4:30pm 
Solution Part 2:
4. Place an exit portal on the double angled plates, and then use the faith plate. Place an entrance portal in the pit and jump through. Place an exit portal on the ground and go through. Use the stairs and jump through the entrance portal, then re-fire the entrance portal on the angled plates. Place an exit portal on the floor of the tower and an entrance portal on the ground beside. Jump through and then re-fire the entrance portal on the floor of the tower. While in the air, place a portal on the single angled panel through the mesh. Land on another angled plate. Portal back to the top of the tower. Use the ground next to the tower to complete the test

(Yes I know there’s a small shortcut in this room, but I kept it for aesthetic reasons)