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Tag: Portal

Rubik’s Companion Cubes: Can’t Solve These with Portals

Rubik’s Companion Cubes: Can’t Solve These with Portals
Trademark and copyright issues notwithstanding, Chris Myles could have enough goodies to start a Portal trinkets and baubles business. After wowing the interwebs with his Personality Cores and Lemon Grenades, he’s back with a doubly geeky toy: Rubik’s Companion Cubes.

Portal 2 Proposal: The Wedding Cake is Not a Lie

Portal 2 Proposal: The Wedding Cake is Not a Lie
Who doesn’t love a good romantic story – especially when it involves Portal? Well, you can have your cake and eat it too, thanks to this tale of a guy and his very special Portal 2 proposal.
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Cave Johnson’s Combustible Lemonade: Drinkable Meme

Cave Johnson’s Combustible Lemonade: Drinkable Meme
When life gives you lemons, make a flaming drink. This geeky cocktail engineered by the Insatiable Geek will surely earn the approval of Aperture Science’s CEO. Or not. The man wanted something that could burn a house down after all.

Portal 2 Space Core Cake: Caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaake

Portal 2 Space Core Cake: Caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaake
What could be better than a space-obsessed personality construct? An edible space-obsessed personality construct, that’s what. Believe it or not, this replica of the Space Core isn’t made of metal or plastic. The core is a cake.

Relatively Portal: If Escher Worked at Aperture

Relatively Portal: If Escher Worked at Aperture
As if turrets and lasers were not troublesome enough, Kasper Filipsen adds multiple gravity wells into the equation in this dizzying M.C. Escher-inspired Portal scene. It’s a stage only GLaDOS could love.

Zelda Totally Should Have Had a Portal Device

Zelda Totally Should Have Had  a Portal Device
I’ll try and keep this one pretty short and sweet. Now that I’ve seen this video clip of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past with the small addition of an Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device, I can never envision playing the game without one.

Portal Test Chamber Necklaces: Wear One as a Constant Reminder to Keep Testing

Portal Test Chamber Necklaces: Wear One as a Constant Reminder to Keep Testing
Gamer girls, here’s something you might dig – assuming you’re into Portal, that is. Inspired by the test chambers in the games, this fun necklace features five of those generic-looking warning icons, lined up in a neat little row.

GLaDOS Potato Gets Plush, Talkative (and Still Wants You Gone)

GLaDOS Potato Gets Plush, Talkative (and Still Wants You Gone)
Remember that part of Portal 2 where GLaDOS turns into a potato? How could you not? And if you need something to remind you about the all-knowing-all-seeing Aperture Laboratories testmaster in spud form, how about a soft and squishy plush version?

Portal Instruction Stickers Turn Any Space into a Proper Test Chamber

Portal Instruction Stickers Turn Any Space into a Proper Test Chamber
Whether you work in a doctor’s office, behind the counter at the Post Office, in a cavernous warehouse, in a fast food restaurant kitchen, or as a restroom attendant, you’ve got to get a sheet of these stickers and transform your space into an official Aperture Science test chamber.

The Cheese is a Liederkranz

The Cheese is a Liederkranz
Portal fans, here’s another clever t-shirt to add to your growing collection. It features a tiny mouse (Chell, is that you?) with an even tinier Handheld Portal Device, making it’s little mouse hole with it. Here, I’ll start off with the back of the shirt so as not to ruin the surprise:

Treadmill Computer Plays Portal 2 Theme Song: For Health and Science

Treadmill Computer Plays Portal 2 Theme Song: For Health and Science
GLaDOS is that you? YouTube member evi1wombat made waves on the Internet a few years ago when he hacked a busted treadmill computer that had been discarded at the back of his school’s gym and made it play Still Alive, the soundtrack to the first Portal game.

Portal Earrings: In One Ear and Out the Other

Portal Earrings: In One Ear and Out the Other
Gamer girls, do you dig Portal? I thought so. Well if you’re one to wear your fan-girlism on your sleeve (or on your ears), you should check out these fun Portal-inspired earrings.

Geeky Characters Look Great in Paper Collage

Geeky Characters Look Great in Paper Collage
deviantART member Botjira makes amazing collages of video game, TV show, anime and other geeky characters. Even though the individual pieces that are patched together to make each work are not that small, they’re still quite detailed.

Weighted Companion Cube Sweater Can Accompany You Through the Rest of the Test

Weighted Companion Cube Sweater Can Accompany You Through the Rest of the Test
Sure, the turrets and robots of Portal have been getting more attention out of late, but we should never count out the charm of the Companion Cube. Just take a look at this Weighted Companion Cube sweater.

Kronos Props’ Portal Turret Doesn’t Hate You

Kronos Props’ Portal Turret Doesn’t Hate You
Portal-mania continues to sweep the land, and I have to give mad props to Ryan Palser of Kronos Props for his entry into the Portal fray – an accurate replica of the turret from the games.

Amigurimi Portal 2 Playset Needs More Wheatley

Amigurimi Portal 2 Playset Needs More Wheatley
A while back crafter Nerdigurumi made up a fun Big Daddy amigurumi yarn figure while she had Bioshock on the brain. Now that she’s knee-deep in playing through Portal 2, it was time for a new creation – the Portal 2 amigurumi playset.
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