Summary: An all around solid game, it doesn't really do anything wrong. I loved the cartoony atmosphere. For some reason like others have said it just feels like it is missing something. I got bored quick.
Summary: This is a fun game, but while the combination of Puzzle and Platforming works well with the simple puzzles early in the game, things become more then just a matter of thinking as you add dimensions.
Summary: Game feels like Portal with different gaming mechanisms. So, it is quite entertaining. The timed jumps can be frustrating though, mainly due to the first person view. Sometimes, it's difficult to see how far you can go in order to jump - especially under the pressure of time - and you end up...
Summary: The first thing I have to say is I enjoy the puzzles and levels of which are in this level. And when they are accompanied by beautiful graphics and great voice overs I really enjoyed the game as a whole but there are some problems Firstly while the graphics are good and crisp it does have some...
Summary: This is a really funny game and a strong bet for any Portal fans. This is first person, physics based puzzle game. You alternate between dimensions to trigger switches and buttons to finish the stage.
Summary: This game may seem very similar to Portal, but has new game-play skills and other cool things that set it apart. Platforming is way too floaty, which makes it much harder in levels that involve platforming, but that does not make it a bad game, for it is still a great game.
Summary: What a grand disappointment this game was. This is definitely no Portal... the puzzles mostly consisted of a lot of trial and error, despite already knowing how to solve it, you constantly just have to fight with controls and the game itself to get the solution exactly right, which is annoying.
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Summary: An entertaining, if frustrating game. The cartoonish environments are unique, though they quickly become repetitive. John de Lancie's performance delivers his usual wit, though the character still manages to lack personality. Professor Quadrangle is no GLaDOS.