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Jul 21, 2013 @ 11:48am
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Difficulty: Very Hard.

Put your skills that you learned in the no elements collection to the test.
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Talisac Dec 15 @ 4:02am 
Great puzzle, happyly we only have 2 portals for the last jump :p

I'm not sure about one part: I jumped from the top of angled panel in front of the exit into pit to get 5-height and get over the grate.

@Portalmaster: challenge accepted 8-)
Polux Dec 14 @ 5:03am 
This puzzle is a real masterpiece .. with to cap it all a fantastic grand finale.
Really good job.
Requiemsoul Nov 25 @ 2:34am 
Superb puzzle. I allways prefer "no elements" + "one element". For example, a laser. But this puzzle really is well thought and not easy. the last secuenze is fantastic and a lot of fun. Very well done.
Sloi Oct 3 @ 9:54pm 
Gotta admit, that was a tough one. Love the "no elements" series. :)
TonToE Sep 21 @ 8:05am 
@p0rtalmaster is right, there is only so much you can do with only portals, but when combining tricks like these with the game's elemets, that is when a puzzle becomes very tricky. I really liked this one, dispite not being one in the collection of puzzles.
quaternary Sep 17 @ 4:39pm 
I love it! Especially the "throwing from one panel to another"
ɹəʇsɐɯlɐʇɹ0d Apr 16 @ 12:27pm 
I've said it before nd I'll say it again: the difficulty of any "no elements" test really can't get harder than medium.

That said, I found this test quite refreshing for a "no elements" test.
Juggler Sep 23, 2013 @ 1:41am 
Awesome map, in terms of most complicated single fling I think this wins the prize. Thank god for F7.
toncica Aug 27, 2013 @ 1:27pm 
It sure is. :)
And the bumping is just a minor issue. It's amazing how you got everything to work so accurately with that kind of elaborate solution.
Toothless2603  [author] Aug 27, 2013 @ 1:18pm 
Thanks toncica. Your way of solving it is about a 100% intended. I was trying to remove the way of just bumping against the angled panel but after about an hour of fiddling around I just gave up and kept it like it is now. It's challenging enough :)