Counter-Strike Esque Like Game Comes to Android Devices

If you were a huge fan of the popular FPS (First Person Shooter) hit PC game, Counter-Strike, we’ve got some good news for you.  The hit game has made its way to an Android device near you and takes many of its design ques from the original game.  However, this game is a more of a port as it was built from the Unity 3D tool.  The game is a near exact replica as far as game play goes.  You’re either a terrorist or a counter-terrorist.  Plant bombs, diffuse them or just flat out kill the entire opposing team.  Counter-Strike Portable, as it’s called, is a cross-platformed multi-player game also offering options to play on both Facebook and Kongregate for those looking to get their game on in their browser.  The game is also available as a native app on your Android device.  Devices running Android 2.0-2.2, there’s the 5-series application and for devices running Android 2.3 or higher there’s the 6-series app.  Keep in mind the game is still in its early phases but is coming along rather well.  If you experience any bugs feel free to pass it on to the dev so as to improve the overall game play.  If you want to give it a go, simply point your browser towards the source link and have at it.  Xperia Play owner?  Guess what?  It’s optimized for your device too.  Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below.  Check out the screen shots below along with a quick video demo after the break.
[via XDA through Droid Gamers]

 


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  • I installed it. it works great but u can only play online, u can’t play against bots.

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