The Enrichment Center

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EDIT 4/20: 8th on top entries...not bad for first game. thanks guys!! and front page...holy shit tom.


Finally here is the FINAL VERSION of the Enrichment Center (our first game). We added several of mechanics into the game. Remember: this was just us testing the waters of flash. Something entertaining, yet simple. for now at least.

Same story as the Beta:
This is a fan based game off of Valve's Portal. This is another part of Aperture Science. This takes place before the portal gun was completed, so this game is like Portal .5.

You're an Aperture Science employee starting to think that you will never going home again. So you start to escape from the Enrichment Center.

and remember, there's 2 different endings!
Hope you Enjoy!

Additional Note:
WE KNOW THAT IT'S SHORT. We had 1 good day of planning out the puzzles, and then no more ideas came...so we just went with it. Our apologies. If enough of you guys want a sequel, once we have ideas for at least 19 puzzles, we'll work on it. Thank you


I'm not sure how I feel

I like it and I don't ya you can spend time to figure out the puzzles to get through faster or just click like a made man in by trial and error in various orders, regardless it seems like you have more then enough time for both methods. So I would suggest maybe shortening the time, force poeple to think and think quickly...although from previous reviews it seems some are not able to think at all...

My other suggestion is I found the True exit but it took some time to find the key, so I dont ruin it perhaps put it where it doesn't blend in easily and all that cause I blew past it several times then took the time to scan (and tab) to make sure what I thought was the key was infact the key.

Production wise good, some background music could have been nice but I liked the odd silence as well at times b etween the computer talking. So 9/10 just mainly for the first issue I found that either method of puzzle solving was pretty much a win method cause I got out with at least a minute and a half to spare just clicking like crazy. But thats minor . GJ can't wait for a sequel.

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RAWowner333 responds:

hmmm. I might shorten the time after all.

also, we thought that if the real exit key is clearly visible, it would've made the "final puzzle" easier. so we went with a guy just dropping it accidentally, but i do see what you're saying.

and there is bg music...it's just kinda soft most of the time.

and thank you for the review


A rather random game.

I'm still alive...not

I loved portal... I liked this.
Actually takes a tiny amount of brain. Fun tho, but I somehow failed to find the second ending.

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Bad Portal Fangame

Not a good game.
As said below, I quickly found myself clicking random doors, having gotten no or only bad hints.
The gameplay is monotone and repetitive, the design is very very simple. Copying the voices and designs from the original Portal game does not make this a good fangame, instead it seems a feeble attempt at turning a boring game idea into something interesting by incorporating elements from a good game. It fails at that.

Well done

good game, actualyl requires the use of a brain, that voice scares me, badly

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3.28 / 5.00

Apr 18, 2009
9:26 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click