Portal: Terminal is a mod that takes place in an Aperture employee's hard drive. The tests on this drive are mostly in an uncompleted state, never assembled in the real world, some with good reason. That's where you, a piece of code acting as a hypothetically perfect test subject, come in. Partway in the game, the hard drive begins failing, something your guiding AI cannot save you or itself from, leading to a journey through circuits and sentience.
Seeking members for a development team, there's a discord server set up for anyone (even non-devs) to join.
I'm quitting this mod for good. I tried to revive it once but I keep running out of motivation for it. I'd rather release something that's good and respectable than have this turn into a laughing stock like so many other mods do. Right now, things seem like they'll only lean towards the latter. I simply don't have the experience with writing, modeling or level design I think a mod like what I envisioned requires. I can hand these jobs off to other people but then I will simply be an Ideas Guy. I think this mod might have been holding me down for a while because I tried to stick to it and only it, not even bothering to do any smaller things that would give me more experience. I want to do other stuff. My advice to anyone else: wait a while before announcing your projects. Anyway, link below contains basically everything I did for the mod. Anyone else is welcome to mimic the style for their maps, finish the mod, whatever. I've provided some txt files giving details on stuff.
Oh, and those 5 screenshots are WAY outdated.
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