Portal 2
Attunement Advanced
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11 opmerkingen
temporarymanwastaken 27 sep 2013 om 11:37vm 
Wait, so you can just throw the cube over the glass? So I went to the trouble of falling onto the fizzler emitters, walking to the edge and holding the cube safely clear of the fizzlers, and turning on the way down so the cube doesn't wind up on the wrong side of the glass for nothing?

I will try to find the intended solution later, I just have other things to do right now.
-=GBH=-Haggis 23 sep 2013 om 1:40nm 
Lol, that was the best Aha moment i have had. I was a whisker away from solving it for hours, when i stumbled on to the last move. I thought, wait a miniute, i've just solved it, brilliant map.
1980 29 mei 2013 om 7:23vm 
Those who solved the original version may feel this one is rather easier. So do I. But the entire solution process was more enjoyable.
AgentFire 12 mrt 2013 om 12:38nm 
Easier (intended) than ogirinal azorae's.
Gigopler  [auteur] 25 jan 2013 om 1:07nm 
Yh I know :)
BlueTepig 10 dec 2012 om 5:16nm 
easy unintended

portal to the first button crouch and shoot portal to the top floor grab the cube throw it over the glas portal above to get to it place it on the button and go back around again and exit
MoRpH 5 dec 2012 om 1:21nm 
Again another map from you gig that took me a while to solve. I like that, keep up the good work :) I'm not sure if you're supposed to be able to shoot at the portal plane above that cage from crouching on that button though.
NiclO (- - ) 25 nov 2012 om 6:27vm 
Great map! Brilliant solution!
p0rtalmaster 16 nov 2012 om 10:19nm 
1) That could be what makes the test better.

2) Probably, but this one reminds me even more of Piston due to the way I solved it.
Gigopler  [auteur] 16 nov 2012 om 7:36vm 
1. I was just trying to get rid of the annoying step in Azorae's puzzle where he uses an orange funnel, then doesn't use it again.

2. Part of original is like piston.
p0rtalmaster 16 nov 2012 om 5:36vm 
Lacks the verticality of the original test...but somehow it feels improved. Part of the solution reminds me of the solution of Mevious' Piston.