33% Off This Portal Companion Cube Cookie Jar

Portal - Companion Cube Cookie Jar

What could possibly make you love your Companion Cube more? How about filling it with cookies!

After a long day of testing, nothing tastes better than fresh baked cookies. But how can you eat all alone? Well now there’s no reason to feel lonely. We’ve got your cookies and your companion right here!

The Companion Cube Cookie Jar is an upgrade to the most incredible companion ever. Within this spacious cube you will find room for all of your favorite baked delicacies. The Companion Cube Cookie Jar also serves as an amazing candy bowl sure to bring your friends and fellow test subjects around to your desk day in and out.

The Companion Cube Cookie Jar is an officially licensed Portal 2 collectible, and the fine craftsmanship of this ceramic cookie jar will surprise and delight every seasoned test subject.

Product Specifications

* An upgrade to the most incredible companion ever
* Do not burninate: FILL WITH COOKIES INSTEAD!
* Officially licensed Portal 2 Collectible
* Dimensions: 7″x7″x7″
* Cookies not included

Was £32.99, now £21.99, saving you 33%!

Available at Forbidden Planet International.

About the Author

Matthew Guiste

I've been a gamer for as long as I can remember, and probably longer still. It started out with my dad's Atari, eventually I moved onto a NES, and a Sega Megadrive but the defining console, and year, for me was the PlayStation in 1999: the year Final Fantasy VIII was released. Since then I've been a hardcore gamer, though not competitive in any way. I started out with JRPG's, and these days I usually play RPG's and FPS's. There are two things I really look for in a game: good character customisation, and an open world. So it should be no surprise that my favourite game series is Fallout. A game with a really good story, like Bioshock or The Last of Us, will bypass my usual requirements, but those types of games are few and far between these days. I'll play games on anything: Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, iPad, or PC, but I spend most of my time on PC thanks to Steam.

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