Dec 16, 2008
Portal - PersonGuy
These Portal themed custom PCs were created by extra tech-savvy fans:

This Weighted Compaion PC was build with scrap pieces of acrylic and a spare week.
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A month of work went into this replica of the computers terminals found behind the scenes of Aperture Laboratories.
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Here's a dedicated termial programmed in 8080 Assembler to play the Portal credits sequence complete with a chip-music version of Still Alive.
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Nov 14, 2008
Portal - PersonGuy
These crafty Portal fans have created some triumphant projects for the good of all of us:

The cake is a cookie! These deliciously moist cookies take only 15 minutes to bake and require no fish-shaped crackers, candies, or solid waste.
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This next papercraft project could take a long time. If you become lightheaded from hunger, feel free to eat the cookies you made in step 1.
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When you're ready to graduate from dolls to the real thing, you can construct your very own Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device.
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If the above projects aren’t a huge success, you can create a Companion Cube tissue box to comfort you.
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Portal - PersonGuy
Welcome to the Steam Community’s Offical Portal Game Group! We'll be using this space to announce upcoming Portal content and spotlight the growing pool of awesome Portal community contributions. To get us started, here's a slice of both:

As of today, Portal: Still Alive is available for download on Xbox LIVE! It features the entire original Portal game, as well as, new achievements and 14 bonus puzzles.
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If you're short on cash, but still looking for new test chambers to solve, give these free Portal-like browser games a try.

<A HREF="" TARGET="_new">Portal: The Flash Version</A>
This polished 2D puzzle game is based directly on Portal's gameplay and setting. Its 40 levels use all of the familiar buttons, energy balls, and turrets. (And cake.)

<A HREF="" TARGET="_new">Epsilon</A>
Epsilon uses a set of interlinked portals in each Experimental Sciences Research Facility test course. Manipulate the portals with a simple point-and-click to guide the ball to the goal.

<A HREF="" TARGET="_new">Shift</a>
<A HREF="" TARGET="_new">Shift 2</A>
<A HREF="" TARGET="_new">Shift 3</A>
The Shift series contains some sly Portal references and uses a unique "shift" mechanic that is arguably even more mind-bending than portals. Pressing the shift key turns everything upside-down and inverts the world's solid and empty spaces. (Of course, spikes are always spikes.)

<A HREF="" TARGET="_new">Fold</A>
Fold's creator, Joel Esler, cites the Portal trailer as an inspiration for his gravity anomaly orbs. Think with gravity to overcome these sharp puzzles while avoiding sharp objects.

<A HREF="" TARGET="_new">Hunted Forever</A>
Hunted Forever includes several references to Portal, from the "Loading Portal Rip-off..." text in the beginning to the "neat gun" you make if you're "still alive" by the end. Run, jump, and climb to gather gears and hide from the ever-present death lasers and chainsaw drones.

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