It's very unlikely we're ever going to get a proper third entry in the Portal series.
As its title suggests, Bridge Constructor Portal is a crossover between Bridge Constructor and Portal. While everyone is waiting for Valve to release another sequel, Headup Games has announced 'Bridge Constructor Portal'. You'll build bridges across Aperture Science-like testing areas, utilizing seemingly every element from the Portal universe from Companion Cubes to the orange and blue goo from Portal 2.
Valve may have an aversion to making games with the number 3 in them, but that doesn't mean franchises like Portal are dead.
For the past year we've been working in our underground labs on the next iteration of the million-selling Bridge Constructor series. Bridge Constructor Portal will blend the gameplay of creating physics-accurate bridges with the wacky sci-fi setting of the hugely popular Portal puzzle games.
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This week is influenza awareness week and with three months of flu season left the goal is to stop those numbers from going up. The cost of adult flu vaccine is $25.00. "There's still some protection against all flu illness in Australia last season".
One of the most unexpected game mashups ever will be released on December 20 for Android and other platforms.
I admit, I've never really understood the enduring popularity of bridge-building sims, but this is at least a somewhat interesting use of the Portal license. I honestly couldn't tell you. And while Headup Games has not issued an official press release yet, you can find below its first in-game screenshots.
Warriors star to miss at least two weeks
He played in 26 games during that lockout-truncated season, undergoing surgery on his right ankle in May 2011. Let's be honest, the Golden State Warriors would still be insanely good, even without Steph Curry.
Police Suspect 'Foul Play' in Lincoln Woman's Death
The pair claimed their innocence in Loofe's disappearance, saying they were getting wronged and shamed by authorities. The couple had lived in close-by Wilber, yet left Nebraska after Loofe vanished, as indicated by the daily paper.