Wix pays homage to Valve's iconic puzzle platformer Portal 2 with Portal 2D, a game about a really good sandwich. Like, really really good, if you're willing to plunge into a mysterious chasm after it. Suddenly, you find yourself in the ruins of a mysterious facility where the technology still seems to be functioning and you find one very familiar gun... one that can shoot portals you can use to traverse obstacles. Use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to move, [F] to pick up or put down objects, and the mouse to aim and fire portals, which can only be placed on white surfaces. The goal of each stage is to get to the capsule to take you to the next level, and getting there means figuring out how to get around obstacles using your portal gun, triggering switches, manipulating momentum, and more. After playing, there will be baked comestibles.
Wix is hardly the first to take Portal to your browser, as We Create Stuff proved with Portal: The Flash Version. Portal 2D offers a clean, polished design, subtle atmosphere, and providing its own set of tightly designed levels to get your gears turning rather than just attempting to recreate every stage from the Portal 2 game itself. As the stages progress, more and more new elements add layers of complexity, but the compact areas and flat, 2D sideview that lets you see everything at once means you're rarely left wandering around in bewilderment. The game does a great job of creating puzzles that deliver that satisfying "ah-ha!" moment that makes its source material so popular, but does unfortunately lack a lot of the snarky charm. As a result, Portal 2D is a fun, clever, well-designed diversion that isn't necessarily particularly memorable, but more than satisfies that puzzle platforming itch.