With its rigidly structured puzzles, you might not think that a Portal game would be the best kind of game to trick-run. After all, there are only so many ways you can put a cube on a button and walk through a door, right?
Yeah I saw this earlier today. Pretty cool though. Like to see him do some of the gel ones with no portals ;P
Funny thing is, it looks harder to do them without a Portal, not easier. So this article is a little misleading.
lol Yeah, that was actually pretty cool, but yeah, it was kinda cheating. I was hoping he had actually pulled one over on Valve. haha Awesome game, that actually takes some brain power, unlike mindless CoD games. It's my new favorite game.
Can you cheat the system like that? I fear when you don't play by the rules, you subject yourself to death. Congratulations. You Monster.
I wonder if this was intetional even if it looked like it was a glitch..
This is what I was thinking. I expected to see a clever gamer outsmarting the developers at Valve. Instead, I was treated to a common glitch. This really isn't special at all; I'd consider it just a clip of low-down cheating.
a glitch = cheating now? hell, it doesn't even look like a glitch. He maneuvered the laser quickly between the two openings to get the door open. Sheesh.
@ZombieNinjaPanda Glitching is cheating. That's why people who glitch in multiplayer games get suspended or banned.
That's really smart. I had a tough time in this chamber WITH portals.
So portal3 will be called - Cubed. lol
thats not a glitch and looks at his other videos the dude is good
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