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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



But a little repetitive. The game got boring when all u had to do is find the card and the key multiple time. But the computers voice was hilarious. 2 points for the gameplay, 5 for voice.

It's cute.

As someone who's never played Portal before I thought this was pretty interesting.

This is my first time playing the game in this series, so I had to get used to the gist of the game.

It is an Escape game, yes.

The clues aren't hard, they're quite easy to figure out considering your choices.

Even though the game is timing you, you can practically take your time with it. It's when you're at the end of the game that you'll probably believe that there's an error when it's not. I'm supposing you have to wait out the time in the final part in order to actually leave.

It's either that or there really is a bug in this game.

But it's not bad. So thanks for the upload!

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That was cool!

That was nicely presented BUT all too simple. GLaDOS probably would have come up with something a bit more in depth and harder. The items weren't exactly hard to find since they stick out like a sore thumb, so they could have been smaller and hid in the rooms or something, to keep the player thinking and the clues were to obvious as well. Though the game wasn't all bad, the sound quality was top notch and the voice for GLaDOS was very nice and surprisingly creepy. The idea itself was also very cool and hey if you liked Portal and you made a tribute, then you got me sold!

Good game overall. Keep up the good work! :)

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Meh it was alright

It was kind of funny how I didn't even notice the "twenty three is number one" the first couple times I tried getting through there. Then I actually read the screen and went ooooo zelda reference..... oh duh follow the pattern, retard. :P

Really Good, but Short

As far as the puzzles go, they were pretty obvious, and the game was otherwise short. In the long run, if this was a test for a much bigger plan in the future, then I say more power to you. Don't let the bastards hassle you into releasing anything before you're ready to. Take as much time as possible to make something truly great!

RAWowner333 responds:

you nailed it right on the head.

thank you for the review

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3.28 / 5.00

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