after 20 years in stasis, you awake to find out that the facility of h2f laboratories, the brother company of aperture science, has been abandoned for almost as long as you have been asleep, and the only voice you hear is an un-familiar one, not quite human, yet not quite machine. you are test subject 865, and it is time for the test you signed up for, to forward the technological advancement of the united states.

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laakkone Jan 14 2013 says:

You can see vacuum tubes just clipping through wall. Add tube entrance model so it looks more natura, I don't remember models name exactly, but I'm sure you'll find it. Skybox is empty. Add something there, nature, wherever that facility exists. Floor could use different texture, or just white tiles if player doesn't have portalgun yet.

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tile Jan 14 2013 replied:

i'll do that with the tubes, as i agree. i can't really say anything about the skybox without giving stuff away. and i agree about the floor. thanks for the feedback!

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Ciirulean Jan 14 2013 says:

Rather than a sky box, beyond that glass should be some BTS things. Tubes transferring cubes and turrets, that sort of stuff.

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tile Jan 15 2013 replied:

alright, who leaked that design idea lol? we were actually planning to have some windows in test chambers leading to bts along side the skylights, which i still can't say much about without spoiling a certain storyline-related suprise.

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Jan 13th, 2013
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