Portal is a first-person puzzle game. Players must solve physical challenges by opening portals to maneuver objects, and themselves, through the enigmatic Aperture Science Laboratories.

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What tools you need to Start, Including VTFEdit, GFCScape, Paint.NET or GIMP, Portal, and the Source SDK!

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Welcome to my New Tutorial Series, Making a Portal Mod For Noobs!

---Tutorial #1, The Tools---

These are the tools you need to make your first Portal Mod!

1: GFCScape (To Export Models and Sounds for editing)
Nemesis.thewavelength.net

2: VTFEdit (To Make your Texture into a .vtf)
Nemesis.thewavelength.net

---Choose One Of These!---
3a: Paint.NET (For Image Editing!)
Getpaint.net

3b: Gimp (For Image Editing!)
Gimp.org
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4: Portal on Steam (No Duh!)
Buy It Here: Store.steampowered.com

5. The Source SDK
Go-to Your Library, Click Veiw, Click Tools, Find Source SDK and Install it!

Once You are Finished Move on to The Next Tuturial!

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Chilius03
Chilius03

I HATE STEAM (I CANT DOWNLOAD MODS CAUSE WHEN I RESET STEAM I DONT SEE MY MOD PS:thanks i started portal 3 Demo

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kaipol
kaipol

When I install mods I have to restart my computer before it shows up.

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Shining.Wing
Shining.Wing

The next tutorial? Now where would that be, hmmm?

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Chilius03
Chilius03

Tutorial: Two years later... Still nothing...

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