Portal is back…as a Bridge Constructor spin-off


You can see the first gameplay and screenshots down below if you're interested. 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. That game featured a new slice of story with McLain and other returning stars set after the events of Portal 2 - and which is canon in my head until Valve says otherwise.

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

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The YouTube description states that: "Bridge Constructor Portal will blend the laws of structural engineering and technology straight from Aperture Laboratories into an exciting new game experience, all under the demanding gaze of GLaDOS".

So instead there's Bridge Constructor Portal. Also, GLaDOS will be around, probably to fuck with you.

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In the Portal version, there will be more puzzle-like elements, as you would expect from any game involving the famous Portal gun. Or Valve doesn't make games anymore. The adaptation of the Bridge Constructor physics puzzle series launches December 20 for Mac, Windows, Android and iOS.

Headup Games is a German studio known for Runbow, Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic, and 2013's Bridge Constructor, which this new game is a spin-off of. After that it'll be headed to consoles (that includes PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One) "early next year".

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Portal's last full game was 2011's Portal 2, though its characters have since cameoed elsewhere.