40% Off These Portal Cube Cookie Cutters

Portal - Cube Cookie Cutters

At Aperture Science, there’s a good amount of joking amongst test subjects and occasionally, if you’re lucky, you can joke around Cave Johnson himself. Just do not, under any circumstances, bring his mother into the mix. Got it? No “your mom” jokes. No “Yo Mama” jokes. Not even a “That’s what she said.” Cave’s very sensitive about those.

The penalty for joking about Cave’s mom? No cookies. That’s right, you’ll find your Aperture Science Holiday Gift Package is missing the sandwich baggie of Mrs. Johnson’s Made From Scratch Science Cookies. Then you’ll have to watch everyone else enjoying delicious frosted sugar cookies in the shapes of familiar faces around Aperture Labs.

Product Specifications

* Set of 8 cookie cutters based on Valve’s games, Portal & Portal 2
* Made of bent metal, dishwasher safe, and packaged in an awesome Companion Cube tin
* Shapes: Portal, Turret, Running Test Subject, Falling Test Subject, Companion Cube
* You may be thinking, that’s only 5 shapes!”
* You are so good at counting! The Companion Cube is a layered cookie, which requires 4 cutters to create (but still only one mouth to eat).
* Officially licensed Portal collectible

Was £24.99, now £14.99, saving you 40%!

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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