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Portal Returns…. As A Bridge Construction Simulator?

08 December 2017

Valve's Portal series has a new entry - sort-of - in the form of a Bridge Constructor spin-off. It doesn't look like a canon expansion of Portal lore, but it still retains fan-favorite hallmarks like talking turrets and GLaDOS mocking your every failure, so it should feel authentic despite the extreme changeup in genre. It received a more fleshed-out sequel in 2011's Portal 2, which received even more acclaim than the original. This will be the first Portal-related game that has been released for mobile platforms.

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Typical Bridge Constructor games are already pretty fun, but with Portal elements at play, players will have portals, repulsion and propulsion gels, and GLaDOS making things is all the more interesting. It's likely that she will tell you there's a cake somewhere on your bridge building journey, but it's nearly certainly a lie. The games are also available on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and you shouldn't have much trouble finding them used for around $10 a pop. Bridge Constructor Portal will introduce a portal gun to spice up the gameplay and brings players back to the Aperture Science computer-aided enrichment center. Console versions are set to follow in early 2018 according to the developer. Yet that's exactly what Valve has just announced.

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If the game piques your interest, Headup Games says that Bridge Constructor Portal will launch on December 20 for PC, Mac, Linux, and mobile devices.

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Portal Returns…. As A Bridge Construction Simulator?