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When Portal meets basketball, things can get a bit out of hand, literally. Let’s just say that whoever you’re playing against shouldn’t trash talk, or else they may end up being transported through the hoop, rather than the basketball. Continue reading for the video.

Portal may not be the world’s most popular game, but that hasn’t stopped these cosplayers from imitating their favorite characters from the game, notably Chell. If you’ve never even heard of this game, the player essentially “controls the protagonist, Chell, from a first-person perspective as she is challenged to navigate through a series of rooms using the Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device (portal gun or ASHPD).” Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video.

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Ever wonder what a real-life portal — based on the video game — would look like in real-life? We’ll probably never know, but this incredible 3D chalk art masterpiece gives you an idea, or so we’d like to think. Click here to see more of today’s most popular images. Continue reading to watch an amazing Portal short film by fans.

There’s nothing like combining two amazing games into one, and these Portal mashups prove it. First up, we have an incredible Portal and Super Mario Bros. mashup that can’t be missed. Continue reading to see five more.

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Art credit: Alex Zemke

If Disney Pixar made an animated Portal movie, this is how Chell might look. The creator of this image, Alex Zemke, is working “on a new animated short, based on the Portal games called “Companionship_”, a tale of love, loss and cubes.” Continue reading to see another Pixar / Portal mashup.

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“The Cake is a Lie” from Portal has become a popular meme amongst gamers, but that is just one of the many currently making their rounds online. These internet users were crazy enough to get some of them as permanent tattoos. Click here to see more. For those who missed it, continue reading to watch the live-action Portal: No Escape fan-film.

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No, this isn’t yet another parody, but rather a real Super Mario Bros. meets Portal game by Maurice Guegan and Saso Smolej. It features “a simultaneous multiplayer option and a level editor, and all the source code will be made available after release.” Video after the break.

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