Portal: Flash review.

At first, I thought little of it. Just another flash game, platformer style, trying to do what was out of it’s league. I was wrong. Portal: The Flash Version is an incredibly well rounded game for hours of fun.

My first thought when I began playing it was, ‘Wow, what doesn’t this have?’. A video walkthrough, great level design, plenty of length, autosave, in-game console, nice art, and some of the most advanced options I think I’ve ever seen in a flash. And you can move with either the arrow or WASD keys. Simply mindblowing. The game plays like a 2D version of Portal should play, and it feels great. All the same tactics and manipulations are there, and more. And it’s a blast from beggining to end.

However, the game does lack some minor things. For example, in certain parts of the game, I would experience heavy lag, making the game almost unplayable. It resolved after a couple of seconds of ‘stand still and hope for the best’, but still made the game a nuisance at parts. Another big problem was the bugs. Along my crusades I fell countless times to the fault of bugs. Once the bug actually helped me, but regardless it is a problem. It’s good to know the designers have noticed and are taking action about it.

Portal: The Flash Version is easily one of the best flash games to grace the internet as of recent. With its well done platforming and incredible features, you’ll be hooked from beggining to end.

95% / 100%

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