Portal 2

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Yin And Yang
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Jun 18, 2012 @ 3:20am
Jun 22, 2012 @ 7:20pm
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Yin And Yang

Easy map featuring ancient chinese Yin Yang symbol which has nothing at all to do with the puzzle. Just looks pretty, hope you enjoy because wow hammer put up a fight with the weird geometry.

For anyone having trouble with the map; kevansevans has made a youtube video of him solving it.

All advice and feedback appreciated.

*numerous bug fixes related to func_noportal_volume to prevent portal bumping
*updated to improve greenhouse puzzle clarity, I had to swap the glass to shattered glass mdl so it's hopefully unmissable with all the neat refraction effects. Unfortunately I couldn't exactly match it for colour and the hole is a little smaller now. Please tell me if people think the hole is too small.
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Jan 24 @ 12:17pm
You can use cheats too
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JD the Fish 4 hours ago 
it would be better if you make that glass thing more cleare like this one:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=490334571 ]here [_http]
Mathey2009 Jul 27 @ 3:45pm 
What a fantastic map, thumbs up!
I've got some maps that I'm trying to get out there a bit, try it and leave a comment :)
Cubelessness 3: Perpetual
MonoPortal 1: Singularity
MonoPortal 2: Inside
MonoPortal 3: MonoMentum
TerraCraftGuy Jul 9 @ 9:34am 
it took me so long to figure out that the glass was broken. =P But it was still pretty cool
A Random Brick Jun 27 @ 7:52am 
6 puzzles for the price of 1. Great work :D
clea.charpagne1 Jun 23 @ 1:19pm 
il est genial !!
Wilmilcard Jun 14 @ 5:32pm 
its Amazin and Beautifull Map
[AD]Booker Dewitt Jun 8 @ 4:08pm 
awsome dude its the best of the world
Hall Seeing Eye May 20 @ 1:59pm 
Best one I've played so far. Good job!
Robm1434 (ala Goldblum) May 16 @ 3:30pm 
very beautiful design, and not too challanging
gbaughman May 5 @ 6:01pm 
Most challenging puzzle I've done in a looooooong time! Loved it! Subscribed imediately after finishing it! I'm still a little new to these build-your-own puzzles, so I'm curious about how you got the broken glass and trees in there.