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"Portal: Awakening" is a modification for Portal 2, which aims to establish a clearer resolution of the interval that seperates the first and the second story of the series. It introduces the character of Miranda, once an individual of no particular interest - now a test subject at the disintegrating facilities. Where you then, take the role and through it, fight in the name of the past, present and the future, exploring the decaying ruins of the facility, and meeting it's lost, hidden and immenseful secrets.

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RSS Report Testing Element: High Energy Pellet Storage Cube
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TheMarshmallowBear
TheMarshmallowBear

Will the energy ball be there for ever or is it like BP's Light Cube?

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Groxkiller585
Groxkiller585

For the most part the energy ball stays in the cube forever.

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Cam4
Cam4

Nice idea! Hope theres gonna be really hard puzzles with this and the trigger_push thing!

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AmaroqDricaldari
AmaroqDricaldari

Note: when the cube goes through an emancipation field and is containing an orb, it will explode and vaporise you.

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DevinShadowV
DevinShadowV

wow that's interesting

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Light_Kill
Light_Kill

That feature looks cool.

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XDmarcsyoXD
XDmarcsyoXD

wow so proffesionally presented ^^

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griefmaster_00x1
griefmaster_00x1

gives me some crazy puzle ideas!

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Decimae
Decimae

Nice. But why is it Quantum? Would Aperture Science Weighted Energy Storage Cube make more sense?

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Prigle
Prigle

Whoa...

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ap3rtur3sc13nc3
ap3rtur3sc13nc3

That's an awesome testing elmement. Why didn't I think of that.

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The_zxeno_prophet
The_zxeno_prophet

Pretty nice idea and nice realisation too

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sappy_nirv_bg
sappy_nirv_bg

nice idea, looks promising.

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LPFreak
LPFreak

Nice!

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Mr.Walrus
Mr.Walrus

That's a really good idea, great job in the development and presentation!

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Killbunny
Killbunny

You should allow the ball to be shot out again, using Mouse1 while holding the cube.
Reep did something like this; he has cubes that shoot gel. Ask him how he did it.

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TriBeaT
TriBeaT

писька залупа

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-=Hgrunt=-
-=Hgrunt=-

Why did you have to remove all the media, someone's butthurt?

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*All rights reserved to Valve*.

This video was recorded to present one of the earlier versions of aperture testing elements. This was long before the "major malfunction" of GLaDOS.

We will be trying to release big chunks of media in the coming days! But for now, please just enjoy the video, also please note that though we do try to not copy much from portal 2 we did feel we needed a way to present our elements as a little bonus to all of our followers.

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