LunchHouse Software is planning to release a video series called, “Exposure,” which will explore the canceled prequel to Valve’s hit Portal franchise.
As seen above, the game seems to utilize a camera, as opposed to the portal gun used in Portal 1 and 2. The camera is used to make a copy of the item it photographs, which allows the player to manipulate and resize said item to solve puzzles.
Valve’s canceled Portal game was originally known as F-STOP, but had its name changed to Aperture Camera some time later. On the Exposure website, the following is revealed:
“Exposure is a documentary-type archeological journal of F-STOP from LunchHouse Software. The mechanics are not based on speculation or heresay. Instead, Exposure uses the original, official code from Valve’s own F-STOP, or as it was properly named, Aperture Camera. We look forward to sharing more in the near future.”
The series has no release date as of yet, but if you’re interested in keeping up with the documentary, following LunchHouse Software’s Youtube channel wouldn’t be a bad move.