Portal 2

Portal 2

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May 22, 2012 @ 8:17pm
May 27, 2012 @ 11:56am
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Am I supposed to use that lightbridge as a shield or a walkway? Why not both!? This is a somewhat challenging albeit short puzzle that explores the concept of toggling a light-bridge between both vertical and horizontal mode.

Note: The challenges in this puzzle are primarily a test of logic and thinking. There are no ninja skills required, and you do not need to brute force your way through the turrets.

Note 2: The images for the map (including the main level editor diagram) are out of date. I built this map mostly in the in game level editor, but had to modify the rest of it in Hammer so that I could overlap the two light bridges. As such, I took the level editor photo manually and haven't bothered updating the photo since.
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Petutski Oct 14 @ 3:20pm 
Nice logical challenge! Thanks!
dv8skp Mar 20 @ 10:33pm 
Very nice indeed
dan Jan 17 @ 9:22pm 
Very much liked this.
otahitie Apr 6, 2015 @ 3:37pm 
not too hard but pleasant
ThisIsHughYoung Oct 18, 2014 @ 6:12pm 
clever, inventive, but also incredibly simple.
Chelliste Sep 22, 2014 @ 7:51pm 
I think turrets are so popular for their cuteness... and because people like toppling or frying them. I have seen only a handful of puzzles where they presented much of a threat or challenge. These turrets are more difficult than many because of the manipulations of the light bridge and cube , but it's not that hard. The author even gave it away in the description.
Mask operation knife Sep 2, 2014 @ 9:59am 
角度刁钻 我喜欢
vioray Aug 12, 2014 @ 4:00pm 
very nicely done, fairly easy but fun and interesting
dmuk Jul 19, 2014 @ 2:05am 
Yes, it's a different use of a well-known mechanic. I liked that you left a way to emancipate the turrets after all (too many chambers hide them away)! p.s. I like rushing the turrets...
Whebon Jul 3, 2014 @ 8:03am 
I added this one to my favorites. I really like the idea of switching from vertical and horizontal mode. Keeping the cube in the air to prevent vertical mode was also fun to do Thank you for this test.