Bridge Constructor Portal now available on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch and tomorrow on the PlayStation®Store

Headup Games proudly announces the imminent release of Bridge Constructor Portal for all major current console systems. Following the release on PC and mobile systems end of last year, the unique puzzle game is now also being released for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation®4.

On Xbox One, buyers of the new game will also receive the classical Bridge Constructor game for free in the next two weeks. Well ain’t that a treat…

Bridge Constructor Portal blends the laws of structural engineering and technology straight from Aperture Laboratories into an exciting new game experience. The game is available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation™4 and Xbox One as well as PC and Mobile devices (Android and iOS).
About Bridge Constructor Portal 

Enter the Aperture Science Enrichment Center and experience Bridge Constructor Portal – the unique merging of the classic Portal™ and Bridge Constructor™ games.

As a new employee in the Aperture Science test lab, it’s your job to build bridges, ramps, slides, and other constructions in 60 test chambers and get the Bendies safely across the finish line in their vehicles.

Make use of the many Portal gadgets, like portals, propulsion gel, repulsion gel, aerial faith plates, cubes, and more to bypass the sentry turrets, acid pools and laser barriers, solve switch puzzles, and make it through the test chambers unscathed.

Let Ellen McLain, the original voice of GLaDOS, guide you through the tutorial, and learn all the tips and tricks that make a true Aperture Science employee.

The bridge is a lie!


  • The merging of two worlds: the first Bridge Constructor™ with an official Portal™ license
  • Create complex constructions in the Aperture Science labs
  • Let GLaDOS accompany you through tricky physics adventures
  • Use portals, aerial faith plates, propulsion gel, repulsion gel, and much more to master the complicated tasks
  • Evade dangers such as sentry turrets, emancipation grills, laser fields, and acid

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