Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 0.01m
Platform: Microsoft WindowsAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Mac OS X
Developer: Valve Corporation Genre: Puzzle

Total Units

Europe: 0.00m 85.9%
+ Rest of the World: 0.00m 14.1%
= Global 0.01m

Release History

The Orange Box CyberFrontJapan09th October 2007Retail
The Orange Box Valve CorporationNorth America09th October 2007Retail
The Orange Box Valve CorporationNorth America09th October 2007Steam
The Orange Box Valve CorporationEurope09th October 2007Steam
Portal Valve CorporationEurope10th October 2007Steam
Portal Valve CorporationNorth America10th October 2007Steam
Portal Valve SoftwareEurope18th October 2007Retail
The Orange Box Valve CorporationEurope18th October 2007Retail
Portal CyberFrontJapan04th April 2008Retail
Portal Valve CorporationNorth America09th April 2008Retail
Portal Valve CorporationJapan11th April 2008Retail
Portal Valve CorporationEurope11th April 2008Retail

Game Overview

Portal is a story-driven puzzle game, developed by Valve and released as part of The Orange Box and stand-alone for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. A sequel, Portal 2, was released in 2011.

In Portal, the player is challenged by an artificial intelligence, GLaDOS (Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System), to complete a series of puzzle rooms in the Aperture Science Enrichment Center testing laboratories, with the promise of receiving cake when all of the puzzles have been completed. Puzzles revolve around the use of a Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device, or Portal gun, which can create inter-spatial portals between two flat planes; a gameplay concept first utilised in the game Nerbacular Drop.

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Mordred11 (on 30 September 2011)
timeless classic.
theRepublic (on 27 September 2011)
Cool game and great story telling. It is
really short though, and I don't have
any desire to play it anymore.
Smeags (on 24 September 2011)
Very interesting game with a lot of
personality and solid gameplay elements.
Glad I was able to play this. ^_^
morenoingrato (on 17 September 2011)
Loved it! And the best part: For free!!
Mordred11 (on 04 September 2011)
One of the best games this
generation,and all time on PC
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