Scott Klintworth

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'''Scott Klintworth''' is conceptual artist, 3D artist and game tester.http//www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=1682829&authType=name&authToken=qdGy&pvs=pp&trk=ppro_viewmore LinkedIn profile

==Biography==
Klintworth attended https//www.digipen.edu/ DigiPen where he developed the video game ''Narbacular Drop'' as part of the http//jeepbarnett.com/nuclearmonkeysoftware/ Nuclear Monkey Software team, which was later hired by Valve to adapt the ''Narbacular Drop'' portal technology to ''Portal''.

He later left Valve to become game tester for Microsoft.

==Complete gameography==
*''http//www.phackett.com/rumblebox/ Rumble Box'' (2005)
*''Narbacular Drop'' (2004)
*''Half-Life 2 Episode One'' (2006)
*''Portal'' (2007)

==Work for ''Portal''==
*The 1500 Megawatt Aperture Science Heavy Duty Super-Colliding Super Buttonhttp//nekorb.com/ Official website
*The Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device's Teleportation|portals
*The Aperture Science High Energy Pellet
*The Aperture Science Material Emancipation Grill
*The Aperture Science Security Camera
*The Aperture Science Sentry Turret
*The Aperture Science Vital Apparatus Vent
*The Aperture Science Weighted Storage Cube
*The Relaxation Vault's clock

==References==
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==External links==
*{{Fb|url=people/Scott-Klintworth/579120943}}
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*http//nekorb.com/ Official website

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