Several hundred years after Portal 2 co-op, GLaDOS is working her way through the Test Subjects from the Preservation Annexe. You are Amy, one of these Test Subjects. As you make your way through the Enrichment Centre, you encounter many new testing elements, and even visit the lower levels. But as you progress, you begin to wonder what plans GLaDOS really has for you. In ancient tests far below the Centre, which Chell might find familiar, you encounter Taylor the Core. With his help, will you ever return to the modern Enrichment Centre and defeat GLaDOS?
Portal 2: Aperture Enhancement is a feature-rich mod. Among the features in Aperture Enhancement are:
We have developed Aperture Enhancement after discovering the cut Sticky Gel and realising we could make a mod with cut features, as well as our own ideas.
Hey guys. Sorry for the long period of inactivity, but I have been working with a number of projects and trying out a number of maps. Since Portal 2: Aperture Enhancement is a mod set many hundreds of years after Portal 2 co-op, the old Portal test chambers have been moved into the depths of the facility. Unused by GLaDOS, these ancient chambers have rotted and decayed. Amy, the Test Subject in the mod, will end up in these chambers. I have begun work on one of these chambers - a decayed version of the old Test Chamber 15. It is currently WIP and I am running tests in a decompiled version of Valve's original Portal map (sorry, Valve!) which is posted in the screenshots.
More news as well: Enhancement will feature the Futbol! This glass ball was originally intended for a coop game, and breaks when it hits the ground. It has a dispenser and a catcher. Also, I have found that the Futbol testing elements are the only ones that can be painted purple with Sticky Gel. Interesting... I wonder if they were intended to work with it.
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