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Aperture Science is still alive with Bridge Constructor Portal

Aperture Science is still alive with Bridge Constructor Portal

While this certainly isn't a Portal 3, which undoubtedly will leave some fan's disappointed, I think the a full-fledged Portal game on iOS really wouldn't work that well.

"Hello and welcome back to the Aperture Science computer-aided enrichment center".

Bridge Constructor is a series that tasks players with-you guessed it-constructing bridges in order to move the flow of traffic from one end of the level to the other.

Bridge Constructor: Portal is a collaboration between Bridge Constructordeveloper ClockStone Software and Valve. They can fail due to weight and physics etc, so you can also purposefully cause crashes and bridge collapses to witness some havoc.

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Valve's ultra-smart, interdimensional puzzle-platformer Portal celebrated its tenth anniversary this year, and its equally intelligent sequel is somehow nearly seven years old.

How Portal came to be involved is now a mystery, and it seems as if news of the game was leaked early and this was actually meant to be an announcement at The Game Awards tomorrow. Feast your eyes on these screenshots, JUST LOOK AT THEM! And even if there was a game called that none of the original three writers still work at Valve, so it would never be the same.

The game will launch in two weeks, starting with the PC versions (Windows, Mac, and Linux) and Android/iOS devices on December 20.

At last, we're getting more Portal.