Portal to make a triumphant return as a Bridge Constructor spin-off

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Anyway, Bridge Constructor Portal will be released on December 20th on mobile devices, as well as Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

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Versions for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will follow next year, according to the announcement from Headup Games.

Valve may have an aversion to making games with the number 3 in them, but that doesn't mean franchises like Portal are dead.

In the game, players build bridges to grant safe passage to various vehicles while contending with a complicated physics system, gravity and the instability of their own creations.

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A new Portal has been announced, but it isn't quite what anyone was expecting.

The trailer concludes with a bridge collapsing, sending a truck plummeting into the void below. You also have to make sure that your bridges are well-built and won't fall apart. well, to be honest, it's kind of fun to watch them crumble in the original Bridge Constructor, so. you know - we might run some rigged tests for scientific purposes! The third game. eh.

Portal debuted as one of the stars of Valve's critically acclaimed The Orange Box compilation release in 2007.

But while Portal's mechanics were fresh and exciting, the game also won praise from fans and critics for its writing and characters. A single screenshot has appeared online, courtesy of Eurogamer.

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