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The Material Redemption Initiative: Frantic Factory
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Due to an overabundance of mass-produced testing materials, the Aperture Science Enrichment Center has created a series of mechanisms intended to efficiently dispose of unneeded resources. However, recent budget cuts due to the lack of living test subjects require that the machine be optimized for maximum cube-destruction output. As a result, one consenting* test subject has been locked in the room containing the mechanism and will not be released until it becomes cost-efficient.

In other words, shrink the cycle. Once you've done that, stand on the button for evaluation (the tutorial is the exception to this rule). The funnel on the right will kill you, the funnel on the left will confirm your victory. Take your time to figure things out; this is not a quick challenge for the faint of heart.
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Frantic Factory Prequel
Created by Ravoria
An optional intro to the principles of Frantic Factory, the remote-control Rube Goldberg series. Your goal here is to trim away parts of the machine you see so that the cube is destroyed as quickly as possible, but since it's a tutorial I'll forgive you m...
Frantic Factory Part 1
Created by Ravoria
Due to an overabundance of mass-produced testing materials, the Aperture Science Enrichment Center has created a series of Rube Goldberg mechanisms intended to efficiently dispose of unneeded resources. However, recent budget cuts due to the lack of livin...
Frantic Factory Part 2
Created by Ravoria
That last machine is now working so well that we only have a single Frankencube left. It would be a shame if anything were to happen to it.

Speaking of that, it can sometimes get stuck, but I find firing a portal at it will solve the problem. If this per...
Frantic Factory Part 3
Created by Ravoria
Since abusing Franken Cubes is no longer an option, this next machine is almost devoid of violence... almost. Let's just say it's a bit... tempremental. Unsurprising really, since Wheatley helped design it... well, all we let him do was test the ball trac...
Frantic Factory Part 4
Created by Ravoria
It seems that enough cubes have been destroyed already. Why don't you just stop this machine and take the rest of the day off?

Thanks for playing my series :)...