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Portal Theme Done on 8080 and C64

If you've played Portal then seeing this video brings everything full circle. The retro computers inspired the closing song "Still Alive" which has then inspired someone to recreate the song on retro computers. It's geektastic and was done on an Intel 8080 with a C64 sound chip.

If you haven't played Portal yet and you're even remotely into games, then beg, borrow, or steal a few hours on a machine to play it. It's lovely.



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Tomcat947 years ago
So... Much... Win.... :')
What's with the aperture picture?
In the game, the company that developed the portal gun is Aperture Labs, or something like that. I haven't even gotten to play Portal yet, and even I know that!
Ah...I just heard of Portal today =]
play it, play it, play it
I wanna!... I wanna make a real portal gun, care to help me?
Finish the cotton candy gun first.
I'm playing a newgrounds version right now.
royalestel9 years ago
I'd like to get my hands on Portal. I've played Narbacular Drop a couple times, but not Portal yet. Brilliant concept and execution, though. I think some of the first players of Narbacular Drop inspired the tougher puzzles in Portal. Those players really pushed the physics engine to its' limits. I'm glad 8-bit music is getting a second wind. I've always liked the sound of it myself. By the way, I'm working through the last bosses on Psychonauts. The meat circus level where I'm avoiding the rising water has got me stumped. I went on the internet to cheat and it said "Yeah, that level is really hard." Gee, thanks internet! :)
Cool, I recently downloaded Narbacular Drop and by the end of the week had "won". The journey was intriguing but the End was a disappointment in my eyes *sigh*.
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