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Reconstruction: Part 2
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Oct 10, 2013 @ 12:12pm
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As GLaDOS powers up the facility you continue testing, looking for an escape.

Thanks to Josepezdj for custom signage and Lpfreaky90, tmast98, Mevious and VampireSausage for testing.
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quaternary Jun 19 @ 5:21pm 
Dang. I noclipped to get the second box up there because I'm pro. Coming back later to solve it like a normal person.

Just FYI, one of the boxes is a lot dirtier than the other, if that helps you figure it out in the end.
robin_z Jun 6 @ 9:55pm 
Figured it out. This was a great map, excellent puzzle.
robin_z Jun 6 @ 3:23pm 
Finally got past the turrets and up the platform, proud that I'd made it, only to see, with horror that I needed to bring the two cubes with me! Argh! Back to the drawing board.
ASkinnyWhiteGuy Apr 26 @ 7:43am 
That awkward moment when you find the secret* room at the end, and your name is Ben...

*I use the term 'secret' very loosely.
christian_saw Apr 9 @ 3:08pm 
nice chamber, very clever, yet simple, took me 20 minutes to solve, what looks impossible, is very easy, so nice job, and congratulations for the ending secret writings, i hope this don't sound like a spoiler, i'm saying WHERE to find it. Add me if you want, i build chamber too.
Very large ones.
TheDarkMuffin Mar 31 @ 11:03pm 
Also, @Instantiation

I totally just ran at them. I also fell once or twice, and the save happens right before I kill them, so I did it each and every time, so it wasn't luck. I killed them by knocking them over a total of 9 times altogether, 3 times I had to do with with 3 turrets (so, 3x3).
TheDarkMuffin Mar 31 @ 10:59pm 
Incredibly, I spent about 30 minutes thinking about it in the beginning and getting nowhere. Once I invited my ex-girlfriend over, however, I found myself thinking aloud a lot more and solved it fairly quickly and nearly prematurely (perhaps why she's an ex).

If anyone's having trouble, use the Rubber Duck method. Computer programmers often sit a Rubber Duck by their computer to talk to out loud so that they can verify that the logic of their program actually makes sense. Having someone or something to talk out the reasoning is very helpful. Try talking aloud, even without someone or something.
Konke Mar 22 @ 7:22am 
Excellent visuals, perhaps a little bit laggy on my computer but still looks good. I see you've put a lot of work into the layout. I found the puzzle quite difficult, but that's just me. At the end of it, well done.
литейный цех Mar 17 @ 3:45am 
это было очень тяжело
dues Feb 6 @ 12:54pm 
Ya, i also feel like i cheated with angled cubes. I didn't look at the solution, but my way didn't seem like your style. Still, a nice confidence booster level. I hope the next one crushes me.