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Counter-Strike (full name: Half-Life: Counter-Strike) is a multi-player first person shooter game series officially released by Valve Software in 1999, whose founders are Minh Le (AKA: Gooseman) and Jess Cliffe. It was originally just a game module for Half-Life, and finally became an independent game after being acquired by the developer of Half-Life – Valve. Its game development engine is from the original GoldSrc engine to now Source engine.
Counter-Strike is a game where the main role is played by the whole team. One team plays the role of terrorist, and the other team plays the role of counter-terrorist. Each side can use different guns and equipment, which serve different purposes. Each map has different objectives: rescue hostages, assassinations, defusing bombs, escapes, and so on. It’s so popular that most of the content in this game has become the essential elements that other later shooter games scramble to imitate.
Counter-Strike divides players into two sides: Terrorists and Counter Terrorists, both of which will fight many rounds on the same map to determine the final winner. The way to win a turn is to reach the target required by the map, or to eliminate all opponent players. As of writing this post, there are 4 main works and 3 spin-offs, including the Counter-Strike: Source that was remade using the Source engine, and the brand-new work Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that was completely revised.
Counter-Strike features seven game modes: Bombplant & Defuse, Hostage Rescue, Assassination, and Escape, plus the later added Beginner Training and Arsenal modes, as well as the plot missions from Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. The game originally offered 4 different character skins, and later two were added into Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. But in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, players are not allowed to choose character skin any more. Instead, the character style will vary depending on the map the player chooses.
// All Games List //
|Counter-Strike: Condition Zero||2004|
|Counter-Strike: Global Offensive||2012|
|Counter-Strike Online 2||2013|
|Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies||2014|
// Major Version Updates //
|Half-Life: Counter-Strike||Beta 1.0~7.1||The update began on June 19, 1999 and ended on September 13, 2000. It mainly improved the main body of Counter-Strike, and its balance design and others were also established in this period.|
|v1.0~v1.5||The update started on November 8, 2000 and stopped on June 12, 2002. It improved the details of the game, and when it came to the version 1.5, the game has been very playable. But at this point Counter-Strike was still a game module other than an indie game.|
|Counter-Strike||So-called v1.6||It was released on September 15, 2003, and started to support online game via Steam platform.|
|Counter-Strike: Condition Zero||v1.6||This is a expansion pack of Counter-Strike, available on March 23, 2004. It was developed by Valve and Turtle Rock Studios, and released by Valve. It offers single-player mission and tenure modes, vastly improved AI of enemies, corrected balance, and character models with higher precision.|
|Counter-Strike: Source||v75||This is a remastered edition made with the Source game engine. On October 7, 2004, it was started with the Source 2004 engine, came with new physical system, rendering system, and brand-new map. Counter-Strike: Source is a remake made with the new Source engine, which has more features than the version 2004.|
|Counter-Strike: Global Offensive||v1.37.4||It was released on August 21, 2012. This work was developed by Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment. It has new guns, new maps, and beginner training, Arsenal modes, etc.|
// Fan-Made Demo Video //
// Edition Statement //
AppNee provides Counter-Strike all game works multilingual portable full registered versions and repacked full installers for Windows.
// Prompts //
For Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, you may see this error “Fatal Error: Available memory less than 15MB!“, the solution is:
- Create a shortcut for ‘hl.exe‘
- Right click on it, enter “Properties/Compability“
- Check “Run this program in compatibility mode for:” Windows XP (Service Pack 2)
- Use this shortcut to start game
// Download URLs //
|Counter-Strike: Condition Zero||2004||v1.6||reserved||345 MB|
|Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes||v1.6||reserved||951 MB|
|Counter-Strike: Source||v91||1.90 GB|
|Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (Auto Update)||2012||v1.37.6||Torrent||8.39 GB|
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