Online retailer introduces a test chamber's worth of new swag including Wheatley-styled flashlight, talking Cave Johnson portrait, and potato-powered GLaDOS.
Valve showed it can make gamers care about inanimate objects with the Companion Cube in the original Portal. ThinkGeek is hoping that affection will translate to its own inanimate objects, as the online store has introduced a new swatch of Portal-related merchandise.
Nine new products have been added to the testing-related lineup. Those with a sweet tooth might be interested in a Companion Cube cookie jar or Portal-themed cookie cutters. More practical offerings include an Aperture Science-branded shower curtain, 4-inch-by-5-inch solid metal bookends, and a Wheatley-styled flashlight.
Another plushie is also being added to the mix with the sound-making plush turret, and Cave Johnson is getting his due in picture form, complete with a JK Simmons voice-over at the push of a button. The final new addition comes in the Portal 2 PotatOS Science Kit allowing anyone to have a real potato-powered GLaDOS on hand.
All products range from $19.99 to $39.99 and are available now via the ThinkGeek website.