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Post by Dan @ 11:28am 17/08/12 | 6 Comments
While the user-friendly Perpetual Testing Initiative had produced 170,000 player-created single-player testing chambers for Portal 2, the tools weren't yet available for creating co-operative challenges; until today.

Valve has announced that the puzzle make now includes co-op test chamber support, with the latest update also introducing a new "Quick Play" function, that allows players easy access to the top-rated user-created maps.

In celebration, the developer has also awarded every Portal 2 owning Steam user with a 75% off coupon that can be given away to friends to purchase their very own discounted copy of the game and share the love. For more details, head over to the official site.



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thermite
Posted 11:32am 17/8/12
170,000 player-created single-player testing chambers for Portal 2


It's actually more like 50 test chambers, and 169,950 piles of s***
scuzzy
Posted 11:51am 17/8/12
thermite
Posted 11:53am 17/8/12
your link confuses me scuzzy

a bunch of randomly indented comments in the totally wrong order?

in german
Winston
Posted 12:10pm 17/8/12
Cool.
scuzzy
Posted 12:32pm 17/8/12
your link confuses me scuzzy
http://i.imgur.com/xfaUB.jpg
skythra
Posted 12:45pm 17/8/12
Thermite's first visit to reddit?
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