Portal: Stay Inside is a third-party addition to VALVe's game Portal 2. Taking place in the familiar Aperture Science facility at an unspecified point in time, the mod may veer away a little from the franchise's canon but will stay within believable bounds. The mod is expected to have roughly four main areas covering the game's clean, destroyed, and early testing environments. A primary focus for me as the developer is to create an engaging storyline with enjoyable and asthetically satisfying chambers and environments. I am considering making the mod episodic, depending on how development proceeds, but in any case it is currently still under heavy development and closed beta testing. There is currently no expected release date. Stay tuned for more information!

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Colossal
Colossal Jul 7 2010, 1:58am says:

Winston, message me on Steam next time you're on. I can help fix some stuff.

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fadi.naoum.
fadi.naoum. Jul 7 2010, 5:21am says:

wow those are cool

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cW#Ravenblood
cW#Ravenblood Jul 7 2010, 8:07am says:

cool portals.

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PaperOnFire
PaperOnFire Jul 7 2010, 8:49am says:

Looks nice

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Nilghai
Nilghai Jul 9 2010, 4:49am says:

the green one looks great, but i'm not sure about the purple one

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dhartje
dhartje Jul 9 2010, 5:11pm says:

Ooh, I like those portals!

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This is a video demonstrating some new portals I'm trying out for Portal: Stay Inside. They are modified versions of the Portal: Project-Beta portals; HUGE thanks to the entire PB team--especially Hunterbrute--for allowing me access to these resources. I'm still working on the particles and materials, obviously. And before anyone says anything, I KNOW the elevator model is oddly bright. It's an issue with texture alpha and stuff that I'm still working out. The music is and excerpt from "On Melancholy Hill" by the Gorillaz, off their new album Plastic Beach. Go buy it now! No copyright infringement intended.

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Date
Jul 6th, 2010
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01:57
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New_Portals_Test_Final.avi
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