Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.
Title screen and main menu
Starting the game. There is the source of the music.
The first test room
The elevator with dissolving grid
I guess the other room was test 00.
There is the blue portal in test 01.
The Main menu
Approaching the first orange portal
The exit of the first level
The device in the center will allow us to create blue portals
We got the device and can choose the spot for the blue portal
Level 5 (Introduction level)
Out task: How do we get the box on the red buttons?
Well, here we got the solution
The device on the ceiling shoots energy balls that have to be diverted by the portals
Looks difficult at the beginning
An energy ball diverted through the portals
This device will allow us to place orange portals as well
And here we have the upgrade
Exiting a lift to enter a new test chamber.
You will have to fling yourself for this one.
You will have to guide the Energy Pellet to the port.
Here you jump on the platforms.
These turrets shoot at you, also they sound cute :)
A test subject went insane and left all sorts of hidden messages.
This is my personal favorite puzzle.
Oh, there I am.
It's usually a good idea to observe the environment before blasing random portals.
These walls can't hold portals.
A more advanced test chamber
Helpful symbols before entering a level.
Your lovely weighted companion cube
The test chambers look perfectly clean, but there is a lot of mess behind the scenes.
The promise of cake is overwhelming.
A narrow escape
Now you find yourself in a run-down factory looking area, with GlaDOS taunting you.
Inside one of the transportation tubes
A more advanced turret
Deep inside the Aperture Science complex
Look for these tags indicating the right way
Me, myself and my portal gun
Take down these cameras to complete an achievement.
Maybe Black Mesa... Ha ha fat chance!
Play advanced bonus maps after finishing the game.
Meet GlaDOS. You don't like her. Her feelings are mutual.
The Cake is a lie
Radio which plays the ending theme jingle.
You've been watched
Messages from previous test subjects?
"Wanted-The Big Bad Jelly Fish" ?
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