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Enter the Aperture Science Enrichment Center and experience Bridge Constructor Portal – the unique merging of the classic Portal and Bridge Constructor games. As a new employee in the Aperture Science test lab, its your job to build bridges, ramps, slides, and other constructions in 60 test chambers and get the Bendies safely across the finish line in their vehicles. Make use of the many Portal gadgets, like portals, propulsion gel, repulsion gel, aerial faith plates, cubes, and more to bypass the sentry turrets, acid pools and laser barriers, solve switch puzzles, and make it through the test chambers unscathed. Let Ellen McLain, the original voice of GLaDOS, guide you through the tutorial, and learn all the tips and tricks that make a true Aperture Science employee. The bridge is a lie! Features: - The merging of two worlds: the first Bridge Constructor with an official Portal license - Create complex constructions in the Aperture Science labs - Let GLaDOS accompany you through tricky physics adventures - Use portals, aerial faith plates, propulsion gel, repulsion gel, and much more to master the complicated tasks - Evade dangers such as sentry turrets, emancipation grills, laser fields, and acid - Help your Bendies cross the finish line – on their own or in a convoy
Clear recommendation. If you like to work on a solution for a long time, this is the right place. The scope is clearly ok for the price. Despite this, there was a small damper for me. Almost ridiculous, because the number of levels is clear from the...
beginning, the end came a bit abrupt for me. Since you can see how high the virtual costs for the respective construction are, but they are not limited, I was sure that after the completion of all levels you should finish them again with now defined funds. Unfortunately, that was not the case. Maybe there'll be another update. Until then, the display of funds is redundant and irritating. In the higher levels, however, the financial constraints would certainly be frustrating. The levels are sometimes very large and complex. Whoever runs out of funds and has to watch where he can make savings elsewhere may lose his motivation, but that's what this genre is all about for me.
I hope I could spare this little disappointment to those who would be like me.
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