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Space Warping Would Be Awesome for Portal 3

Posted on Friday, July 1 @ 09:21:59 Eastern by
Username alpha new on Vimeo has created the following demo of a gameplay prototype called Torsion that allows the potential player to shoot two warp anchor points that pull two objects closer together. Kinda lika a Wrinkle in Space-Time brought to life.

Torsion (Space Warp Gameplay Prototype) from alpha new on Vimeo.

As the video shows, pulling two objects together isn't only for grabbing two platforms together, but can distort physics enough to get a ball rolling due to gravity. Now certainly, this entire concept doesn't need to be strictly for Portal 3 (if Valve can count to 3), but the idea of shooting two objects and having something awesome happen has already taken up a certain space in my brain.
Related Games:   Portal 2
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