Portal 2

Portal 2

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Introduction of a "mechanic" I haven't seen many people do (if ever).
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Holy Crap Jun 24 @ 9:48pm 
Great, just great. +
Poison Dart Frag May 7 @ 5:44am 
A tip to make it easier to do the second chamber (the one with the toxic water: You don't have to keep looking up .
korrsi Mar 11 @ 12:06pm 
i love dis
Turrets turret Feb 10 @ 11:20am 
this whas one of my first map i play on the workshop, it whas 4 years ago but i still remember it like i play it in yesterday, good work!
Markers Jan 24 @ 11:00am 
Nice idea, but i found puzles hardly challanging.
Stryker Jan 18 @ 11:04pm 
Whats the point of the light bridge in the 2nd last chamber? Didnt need to use it
BrownieComicWriter Dec 26, 2014 @ 3:35pm 
Fine, fine. It just caused me a lot of frustration. And it could have been made a bit clearer.
Dr. Worm  [author] Dec 26, 2014 @ 2:34pm 
Take it easy, man, I'm just joking around. The intention was always to use the light bridge to grab the cube as it's bouncing around in its main cage, then travel through the "tube" section, but unfortunately it sometimes bounces straight through it. I've seen it go straight through and land on the button, something that probably happens more often than not. And not to be more patronizing, but please don't take it out on me because you didn't turn around to see a well-lit puzzle element at ground level.
BrownieComicWriter Dec 26, 2014 @ 2:08pm 
Really. Hmm. Since the light bridge was tucked away in the corner like that and (as far as I remember) wasn't used in the puzzle up until that point, and since my attention was focused solely on the cube and getting it onto the button...

I didn't see that.

Now the title of that video? That's just rude. Why yes, I had, in fact, spent several mini-chambers using the technique of grabbing the cube through metal grids. As a matter of fact, I had also seen it done in two or three other chambers before. HOWEVER, IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO GRAB THE CUBE UNLESS YOU ARE RIGHT NEXT TO IT, WHICH I CLEARLY STATED TO BE THE PROBLEM I HAD BEEN HAVING.

Man, don't you just love it when you tell somebody you need help and they're rude and patronising?