Portal: Slow motion Mini Modification

This mod uses simple Source console commands and binds to create a Bullet-Time-ish Mod. Computer too slow to pass those triple-Portal Jumps?...

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This mod uses simple Source console commands and binds to create a Bullet-Time-ish Mod. Computer too slow to pass those triple-Portal Jumps? Wish you could finish the chambers faster? If installed correctly, just press "V" in game to activate/deactivate "Slow-Mo". There are two versions in this release, one for those who like a little more visual queue. The Bloomless version does not alter any visuals in the game, so if the Bloom version seems too bright, you can use the Bloomless.

BUG WARNING:
Do not touch the end of the operational device. Do not look into
the end of the operational device. Do not submerge the device in
water, even partially. And, most importantly, don't...

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Portal
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TITLE: Portal Mod - Slow-Mo (Bloom and Bloomless) v1.0
AUTHOR: Shiro Wantami
E-MAIL: shirowantami@gmail.com
WEBSITE: http://shiro.quarkfactor.com

FILESIZE: 392 kb 
DATE RELEASED: 17 October 2007

DESCRIPTION: This mod uses simple Source console commands and binds to create a Bullet-Time-ish Mod. Computer too slow to pass those triple-Portal Jumps? Wish you could finish the chambers faster? If installed correctly, just press "V" in game to activate/deactivate "Slow-Mo". There are two versions in this release, one for those who like a little more visual queue. The Bloomless version does not alter any visuals in the game, so if the Bloom version seems too bright, you can use the Bloomless.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: UnRAR the Mod, and place the /sound/ folder into C:\Program Files\Steam\Steamapps\Your Profile\Portal\Portal\.
Choose a version (Bloom or Bloomless) and place the /cfg/ folder in the same directory. (C:\Program Files\Steam\Steamapps\Your Profile\Portal\Portal\)

BUGS: Do not touch the end of the operational device. Do not look into the end of the operational device. Do not submerge the device in water, even partially. And, most importantly, don't...

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