Submitted by bohangirl84 771d ago | opinion piece

Finally, A Portable Portal

Fans of the Portal series who are looking to venture through Aperture Science’s test chambers on-the-go can finally rejoice as a group of Portal aficionados are developing a homebrew adaptation of Valve’s title for the Nintendo DS aptly labeled Aperture Science. (Nintendo DS)

mcroddi  +   772d ago
That's great! Love portal.
Donnieboi  +   771d ago
Check out Quantum Conundrum if u want more/similar gameplay
PopRocks359  +   771d ago
Ooh. Very cool. Portal, one of my favorite games on a handheld from my favorite publisher... works for me!
Rivitur  +   771d ago
I remember reading about this its good to see that the dev continued to work on it and make it playable.
Someguyisawesome  +   770d ago
Cake is the most important question Julie =)! The second most important is what kind of cake it is, whether it exists or not =P.

I also am curious if new puzzles elements will be added to this game that Valve never considered.
Shoul  +   767d ago
I love creative people - they make everything so much cooler.

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