It seems that Valve's beloved puzzle-platformer Portal could be coming to LEGO's toys-to-life debut.
That's if a supposed shop listing from US retail giant Walmart is to believed, after LEGO fan site Brick Inquirerdug out the details from the firm's product computer system.
The Portal content is said to consist of a level pack, which includes a minifig, two vehicles and a new level for the price of 28.56.
A traditional LEGO minifig of lead protagonist Chell had previously been rumoured after a blurry image of 42 confirmed minifigs in the game leaked earlier this month – with one of the figures strongly resembling Valve's space-bending hero.
Portal has long been a common request from fans to be next in line to receive the LEGO treatment, but has as-yet remain un-bricked. (The main image above is itself taken from a fan-created Portal LEGO set proposal.)
Further ‘team' packs for cartoon TV series Scooby-Doo and The Simpsons were also found among the listings.
Team packs cost 29.99, providing two minifigs and two vehicles.
Meanwhile, popular LEGO range Chima is seemingly scheduled for appearance in the form of three ‘fun' packs – 14.99 add-ons with one vehicle and one minifig – split into separate products for Cragger, Eris and Laval.