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You might remember Penny from her previous appearances on Kotaku. Previously she was helping her Dad (Australian game developer Lance E. McDonald) play, but now she’s struck out on her own. Her first ‘Let’s Play’ video is a humdinger: watch Penny play Portal 2 and feel your ovaries throb in response.
You may remember Lance E. McDonald is the creator of the upcoming game Black Annex, the modern game built completely in Basic, but Lance has now reinvented himself as a YouTube superstar. Actually, the real star is his three year old daughter Penny. Earlier this week they played Dark Souls II together and it was the cutest thing ever. Now they’re playing Portal 2, or as his daughter calls it, ‘ORDAL’!
Thinking With Time Machine is a new and grammatically dubious Portal 2 mod that lets you record and play back time loops to solve puzzles. Considering the trouble some people had with just the portals I’m imaging a few Scanner-style head pops here.
The Hulk, Hawkeye, Iron Man, Nick Fury, Black Widow, Captain America and Thor (poor Thor) all transformed into Valve characters. With the Scout and the Soldier from Team Fortress 2 and a zombie from Left 4 Dead, teaming up with Gordon Freeman, this team probably wouldn’t function smoothly.
Considering the fact that it’s a fan-made short put together for under $500, Portal: Survive has some truly incredible moments. Based on both the game and its tie-in comic, “Portal 2: Lab Rat”, it tells the story of robot science’s triumph over human science, for the sake of science.