• Oh, it's got a password, I'll just hack it really quick... Let's see... "aaaaaa" Oops, that's not it. "aaaaac" Nope. Wait did I miss one? - Five Fives
  • Oh hi how are you holding up because im a potato. - A very angry ORC
  • "Are you writing these down?" - TavarinSeven
  • I name her... LeGOS! - Bren926
  • "The easiest solution is the best one, and killing you is hard." - TavarinSeven
  • where is the button? - 8-brick
  • ........ - droobey
  • Cool fig! - JayJay7531
  • Is that a Potato? - JayJay7531

GLaDOS' Chamber

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GLaDOS' Chamber

Primary Designer: Evan
Chell is trapped in the Aperture Science complex!
Lead through test after test by GLaDOS, Chell has finally found the psychotic robot's lair!
Will she succeed in destroying her nemesis? The final battle and the fate of Aperture lies in your hands!

Includes three minifigures, Chell, Wheatley, and the famous potato.
Features battle platform, portal gun, and GLaDOS
GLaDOS can swing a full 360 degrees and is able to rotate her head in all directions
Perform a core transfer with Wheatley and GLaDOS!
Battle platform is over 5" (15cm) long
GLaDOS is over 9" (22cm) wide, and over 12" (30cm) high
Parts count: 499+

"I hope you brought something stronger than a portal gun this time. Otherwise, I'm afraid you're about to become the immediate past president of the Being Alive Club, haha."

Rendered by Brickthing/Nick V, built and completed in LDD by Evan B/LJ.

Thanks to the awesome staff at Cuusoo who gave Portal a second look, this project is now on Cuusoo and 100% suportalable! If you'd like to see Portal LEGO sets become a reality, support it now at the Cuusoo project page!

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  1. -[STORM]- 34 months ago | reply

    This is really good. =)

  2. The Brick Guy 34 months ago | reply

    Trying to bring back teal? ;)

  3. [The Admiral] 34 months ago | reply

    Great build and that turquoise = <3

  4. ScriptKitt3h 34 months ago | reply

    You know, it's rediculous that LEGO would license sets based on the PG-13 and T for Teen installments if Star Wars, and yet not want to make sets based on a E10+ rated game that even some kids play!

  5. The Brick Guy 34 months ago | reply

    Even though Firefly/Serenity is TV-14/PG-13, Lego still didn't accept it because of Inara being a prostitute. They probably have a reason for not accepting Portal, but I can't imagine what. :P

  6. The Original Dalegofreak [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

    Indiana Jones had Nazis, brain-shredding violence, and underage drivers, but they made a video game out of that. :P

  7. The Brick Guy 34 months ago | reply

    But notice how the Nazi flag was never shown throughout the game, and the soldiers were simply called "Enemy Soldiers". :P

  8. The Original Dalegofreak [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

    I guess. But giving them blue eyes and blond hair kind of hinted it. :P

  9. KingBrick 34 months ago | reply

    Damn man, right on time too. Only 72 hours after the teaser.

  10. Sorcerer1089 34 months ago | reply

    If I can explain a geisha (Lego mini figure) to my son, I can explain Inara. Lego's reasoning on that is rendered invalid.

  11. Doodstormer 34 months ago | reply

    In Lego's/Cuusoo's defense (also because I like painting targets on myself), I believe the reasoning behind the decision lies with the limited variety of things to make sets of in Portal. Yes, it's a great game, and it has some great characters, but it's ultimately a puzzle game, where the greatest parts of it are not battles, beautiful architecture, or weird and wacky contraptions, but the puzzles themselves. While they're very rewarding to complete (especially in those "a-ha!" moments where you finally figure out a really hard puzzle), they don't exactly make for the best sets.

  12. Haystack Hair 34 months ago | reply

    That's an excellent point... I'd never seen it that way before

  13. Brickthing 34 months ago | reply

    I agree with you there - the critical component of working portals would also be missing from the playsets, but that's more of a marketing issue than a licensing one, which was the reason this project was rejected. We were working on a miniature puzzle set as well though, which we'll still hopefully finish regardless of the project being on Cuusoo.

  14. Five Fives 34 months ago | reply

    That is a problem with Portal sets, but that was not the reason they gave for declining it.

  15. The Original Dalegofreak [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

    I'm sure it would make a great theme for the Lego Games category, though.

  16. Thomas W. Andrews 34 months ago | reply

    Now you're thinking with Legos. Awesome work!

  17. pasukaru76 34 months ago | reply

    Yes. Now this needs a sound brick with GlaDoS quotes ready to play.

  18. Owen_S. 34 months ago | reply

    I think there's plenty of stuff. Look at Portal 2. There could be an old Aperture set, a set for the beginning with Wheatley, destroying the neurotoxin generator...

  19. 8-brick 34 months ago | reply

    this NEEDS to become a set.

  20. 8-brick 34 months ago | reply

    exactly what i was thinking

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