Poster or Presentation Title

Portal 3

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

April 2019

Department

Computer Science

Abstract

“Portal 3” is an 3D first-person game in which the player shoots portals used to teleport throughout the map level. The portals can be placed on walls within specific block areas. Within this game, realistic physics may be used to catapult your character. In some levels turrets shoot at your character and block off paths, unless you can find a barrier. This is a three level game, with each level increasingly more difficult. The key to beating “Portal 3” is to think of it as a giant abstract puzzle piece.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Briggs, Will

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Portal 3

“Portal 3” is an 3D first-person game in which the player shoots portals used to teleport throughout the map level. The portals can be placed on walls within specific block areas. Within this game, realistic physics may be used to catapult your character. In some levels turrets shoot at your character and block off paths, unless you can find a barrier. This is a three level game, with each level increasingly more difficult. The key to beating “Portal 3” is to think of it as a giant abstract puzzle piece.