Portal The Uncooperative Board Game (inc Steam code for Portal 2) £34.95 @ Chaos Cards
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Portal The Uncooperative Board Game (inc Steam code for Portal 2) £34.95 @ Chaos Cards

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Found 27th Oct 2015
in two minds whether to post or not, but this has just released, it was developed by Valve, the reason I decided to post as I reckon it will make a brilliant Xmas present for any one into Portal... even though it is expensive...only one in stock though...other places is Amazon.co.uk @ £40 or Amazon.com @ £42

Hello, and welcome to this Aperture Science board-based cake acquisition enrichment activity - perfect for two to four test subjects with the intelligence and luck to ensure the failure of the other one to three test subjects.
Pick a card, get some cake, and compromise every moral you thought you possessed in order to survive this fast-paced, highly lethal test environment, surrounded by the bitter, tear-streaked faces of the people you used to call friends.
With a grinding of gears and some uneasy rumbling, Aperture Laboratories has resumed testing! Your team of Test Subjects have entered the Lab and are ready to perform all sorts of important, dignified, and dangerous testing procedures… all in the pursuit of Cake! It’s a fun and funny fast-paced fight to the finish. And by finish, we mean your team probably died.
The Lab is an ever-changing conveyor belt of death and dismemberment. But SCIENCTIFIC PROGRESS must be at the forefront of the mind of every good Test Subject. In this game of constantly shifting area control and cardplay, players move and Portal their Test Subjects to various Chambers in the Lab. At the end of each player’s turn, one of the Chambers on the end of the Lab gives way, plunging all Test Subjects on it into oblivion. But should your Test Subjects have numbered greater than all others in the falling Chamber, they earn you some wonderful parting gifts, which can include Cake.
Yet, these moist slices of industrial-grade Cake must be stored in the Lab, where they are at risk of falling into said oblivion. Not to mention that your jealous opponents can pick up your Cake and move it closer to that precipice. He who has acquired the most Cake when a team has lost its last Test Subject is the winner. Do you risk gathering Cake early for a quick win? Or do you bide your time and wait until you can protect it better? Win the game and prove the Cake was no lie.
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Edited by: "Aeschylus" 27th Oct 2015
Looks amazing! May have to wait until I can find it cheaper.
I ran it through bespoke offers last week and got it for £30 and change. I know that's absolutely no help now, but I just had to share!
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Wish they would spend their time on developing portal or hl 3. Long time since valve released a game they have just become a glorified game app store.
alera

Wish they would spend their time on developing portal or hl 3. Long time … Wish they would spend their time on developing portal or hl 3. Long time since valve released a game they have just become a glorified game app store.



​really? cos Steam OS, Steam link, the new controller, vive and lighthouse are all usual app store work. Valve are working on the experience, not just another game, and that's fantastic.
jonthed

​really? cos Steam OS, Steam link, the new controller, vive and l … ​really? cos Steam OS, Steam link, the new controller, vive and lighthouse are all usual app store work. Valve are working on the experience, not just another game, and that's fantastic.



But alera has a point. They used to make amazing games but now just focus on Steam. No one is doubting how important Steam is, just would be nice if they released some new game once in a while too.
Thank you OP, for bringing this information into my life! WANT!
Good to see Chaos cards deals are allowed on HUKD

Some of the other smaller board game sites have not been.
It's not fantastic at all if you like the games. They have got sidetracked at the end of the day pc gaming is a tiny part of the gaming business - not even 10% of the market these days. Steam is never going to be a mainstream gaming platform, even if it was they don't have the funding to make it happen. It's money and time they should have spent on making great games. Something they were once very good at.
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