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Moonbase Luna-C 03: One Small Step
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Jun 24, 2012 @ 4:04am
Jul 5, 2012 @ 11:12pm
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Moonbase Luna-C
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Hello, and again: welcome to the Aperture Science Volunteer Employee Gravity Liberation Testing Program. Congratulations on completing the absurdly easy mandatory acclimation tests--you will now begin proceeding through the standard testing track. By this point you should have gained a tolerably adequate understanding of low-gravity jumping and basic puzzle-solving, of the sort which children in the Luna-C day care program can generally master within minutes.

If you have somehow made your way here without completing the tutorial test chambers, please proceed to the nearest security camera and wave your hands until someone notices that you are waving your hands rather than solving this test. An Aperture Science Interloper Redirection Associate will be by shortly to escort you to the first two tutorial tests, which can be found here:

Luna-C 01: Intro to Lunar Gravity
Luna-C 02: Featherfall

If after completing the training courses you are still having difficulty adapting to and solving tests in Lunar gravity, please request that the Redirection Associate instead redirect you to the day care center--conveniently located next to the northwest airlock--where you can acclimate to Lunar gravity with the assistance of your intellectual peers and future replacements.

Warning: this test chamber may involve voluntary exposure to laser security barriers. Please avoid contact with them under most circumstances. Concerns regarding the safety of this test chamber should be brought to the immediate attention of the Human Resources department, which is conveniently located within the northwest airlock right across the hall from the day care. For maximum efficiency and to ensure a swift response, your completely groundless concerns should be written double-spaced on an index card and submitted to Human Resources using the activation switch on the Aperture Science Atmospheric Emancipation Egress.

When you have completed this test, please proceed immediately to the next test chamber:
Luna-C 04: Newton's First Law

Revision 2:
- Removed placement helper causing some people to have difficulty with the laser barrier fling.
- Added some security cameras for test subjects to wave their hands at.
- Added a clipping brush to prevent an exploit that mostly occurred by accident.
Revision 3:
- Added a backstop panel that deploys when the catapult is activated to prevent bouncing the player up to the second floor.
- Added a fizzler to the second gap to prevent an exploit.
- Miscellaneous small details and improvements to playability.
Revision 4:
- AIR CONTROL! You kept asking for it, and I've been doing a lot of testing to ensure that re-enabling "air strafing" won't break the puzzles.
- Tweaked HDR lighting.
- Added some signage.
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stephen.slater Feb 17 @ 10:36am 
That was a really nice change Thanks for you time and effort i loved it.
devlinv1 Jan 28 @ 4:22pm 
That was awesome! :D
Le Tatoué Dec 26, 2014 @ 6:56am 
dr777099 Nov 26, 2014 @ 2:25pm 
Easter egg? What Easter egg. I didn't get an Easter egg! And while we're on the topic, what's all this about cake? I'm still waiting for cake!
...but a really kewl moonbase test chamber. Thanks!
Horse N. Buggy Nov 6, 2014 @ 5:47pm 
I hate the changed physics in these chambers. I cannot figure out how to jump-float to get across pits. It's really frustrating.
allgamebestfan Nov 2, 2014 @ 11:15am 
in screenshot 4 if you look closeley you can see weathley and space core
haticoooTheGaming Oct 11, 2014 @ 12:39am 
aQ Sep 15, 2014 @ 10:35am 
there is an edge you can stand on (screenshot). you can avoid the catapult and get the cube to the button with it.

27lettuce Sep 6, 2014 @ 10:36am 
That was so cool! SPAAACEEE!
Trading wife for Dragon Lore Aug 25, 2014 @ 11:45am 
Nice idea.