Fraggles brings you the Aperture Science Weighted Companion Cube.
For anyone whom has played Portal, or even read about it in some form; this item will be somewhat familiar to you. The Weighted Companion Cube appears in the video game previously mentioned, outside the game itself; the Cube has become somewhat of a popular icon along with the phrase 'The Cake is a Lie.'
So for any Portal fans, this will most likely be appreciated. Who knows, you may even come across one in a map at some point..
See the readme for further information and installation instructions.
This is a prefab for mapping in Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force of the Aperture Science Weighted Companion Cube from the epic game called Portal. I'm not sure what anyone will use this for, but it could be used. To view this prefab, put the .pk3 file enclosed into your BaseEF folder. That should be, by default, C:/Program Files/Raven/Star Trek Voyager Elite Force/BaseEF (unless you're using a Mac or Linux or something). You must then go to Elite Force and type /map aperturescienceweightedcompanioncube. To put this in your map, put the shader and texture files in the .pk3 file into your map's .pk3 file and bring the .map file to somewhere convenient where you can use the "Import" button in the Radiant of your choice. So long as you use this, just credit one "Lee Wolfgang" in whatever readme.txt file you're using. The Enrichment Center reminds you that the Weighted Companion Cube will never threaten to stab you, and, in fact, cannot speak. Aperture Science, Portal, and the coolest video game character ever are copyright to VALVe. The game I made this prefab for is copyrigth to Raven and Activision and Paramount and stuff. This prefab is copyleft to me. Thank you for participating in this Aperture Science Computer-Aided Enrichment Activity. Goodbye, Lee Wolfgang
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