|Portal: The Flash Version – Flash Games Download – Overview
This Portal: The Flash Version side scrolling puzzle platformer flash game is based on the first person puzzle game Portal back in year 2007. Originally posted in this blog with the title “Fun with Portal: The Flash Version” back in 26 November 2007. Time flies as almost 10 years have passed since then.
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Portal: The Flash Version – Pre Loading Menu!
Something to look at while waiting for the game to load. Not quite really relevant in the offline downloadable version found here though.
Portal: The Flash Version – Valve!
Just a short message saying that the creators of this flash game did not contact Valve Software before or during the development of this flash game.
Portal: The Flash Version – Title Menu!
Main menu with a portal gun in the background! Click new game to start playing!
Portal: The Flash Version – Tutorial ?
The first few levels contain some tutorial text at the top, teaching you how to play.
Portal: The Flash Version – Story ?
Some sort of story may be up there along those short lines of text as well.
Portal: The Flash Version – Portals!
Left click to open portals while the Q and E key to open blue or yellow portals.
Portal: The Flash Version – Dark?
Portals cannot be opened on darker platforms and you must work around them.
Portal: The Flash Version – Hard?
The first real challenge in the game. A Portal: The Flash Version Level 15 guide is available for those who need help with this first hard level in Portal: The Flash Version.
Unpack the .zip file and run the .html file with a web browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc) to play the above mentioned flash game.
Flash Game Authorship Disclaimer
Please take note that I did not make the above mentioned flash game. The above mentioned flash game is made by other people and not me. I only downloaded the .swf file off some flash games portals and then repackaged the .swf file together with a .html file into a .zip file. In other words I only did some repackaging of the .swf files.