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Rubik's Companion Cube

Posted on Friday, August 19 @ 09:30:17 PST by

Why is that almost everything cool on the internet has to do with Portal? Last week we had that amazing Wheatley puppet, and now this? 

What you're looking at above, is a real, working Portal-inspired Rubik's cube that's been altered to look like a Companion Cube (thanks, Captain Obvious!). Very fitting that the ultimate puzzle has been mashed up with the ultimate puzzle game. Here's what Chris Myles, aka ammnra, aka guy who made this awesome creation, had to say about his awesome creation:
  • Fully Funtional/Solveable
  • Made with an old Rubik's cube, Sticker Remover, SolidWorks, a 3D Printer, super glue, paint, and clear coat.
  • 6 Heart Pieces
  • 8 Corner Pieces
  • 12 Edge Pieces
  • 6 "Ring" Pieces (Dremeled into 9 section/ring after glueing to cube)
The above pic shows it jumbled up, here it is in its solved form. 

[Image Credit: ammnra on Flickr]
Related Games:   Portal, Portal 2
Tags:   Goodies, Portal, Portal 2

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