Aperture Science Cube Button

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| name = Aperture Science Cube Button
| affiliation = Aperture Science
| type = Aperture Science Weighted Storage Cube|Storage Cube receptacle
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The '''Aperture Science Cube Button''' is a testing element used in the Aperture Science Aperture Science Enrichment Center|Enrichment Center that only calibrates Aperture Science Weighted Storage Cube|Weighted Storage Cubes.

It is only featured throughout the cooperative campaign of ''Portal 2'', to counter the fact that with two players, one could stand on a normal button while the other continues to solve the puzzle. This way, the players still have to obtain a cube in order to weigh down the button.

== Overview ==
* Cube Buttons serve as the successor to the cube-and-button based testing purpose of the 1500 Megawatt Aperture Science Heavy Duty Super-Colliding Super Button|1500 Megawatt Super Button, which calibrated both Test Subjects and testing elements.

* The buttons are used in locations where the Storage Cube is never intended to be removed once placed. By comparison, most button-based tests with the 1500 Megawatt Aperture Science Heavy Duty Super-Colliding Super Button|1500 Megawatt Super Button require the button to be triggered multiple times.

== Gallery ==

FileCubeReceptacle.png|A Storage Cube placed into a cube button.
FileP2 pressure plate activate.jpg|Pressure plate in active state.
FilePressure plate blue.jpg|Pressure plate model, inactive state.
FilePressure plate yellow.jpg|Pressure plate model, active state.
FilePeti box socket.png|Aperture Science Cube Button icon in ''Perpetual Testing Initiative''.

== List of appearances ==
* ''Portal 2'' {{C|–°ooperative campaign only}} {{1st}}
* ''Peer Review''
* ''Perpetual Testing Initiative''

== See also ==
* Edgeless Safety Cube Receptacle

CategoryAperture Science technology
CategoryPortal 2
CategoryAperture Science testing elements