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Offline colecampbell666

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Half-Life 2 With the Portal Gun
... And any other game using the source engine.
http://www.primotechnology.com/2007/10/17/half-life-2-portal/
Gettin' back to dodgin' lasers.

 

Offline redsniper

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Re: Half-Life 2 With the Portal Gun
I won't be impressed until I see some kind of multiplayer deathmatch type game with portals.
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Re: Half-Life 2 With the Portal Gun
Now that would be crazy. Teleporting people into bottomless pits...
Fun while it lasted.

Then bitter.

 

Offline Fineus

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Re: Half-Life 2 With the Portal Gun
And when all else fails, tap both fire buttons at once to "divide by zero" as it were and open a nice little suicide black hole, temporarily sucking everything around it in and killing it. The player that opened it dies of course, but then so does every other player in the vicinity.

Sounds like fun!

 

Offline CP5670

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Re: Half-Life 2 With the Portal Gun
That would be a lot of fun, kind of like doing a black shark suicide in Descent 3.

 

Offline redsniper

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Re: Half-Life 2 With the Portal Gun
Just to be clear, I don't mean Portal multiplayer with a bunch of Chell clones running around trying to portal each other into environmental hazards. I mean something like Quake-with-Portals, where you've got the usual array of weaponry AND a portal gun.
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The future makes happy, if you make it yourself.
No war; think about happy things."   -WouterSmitssm

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