Counter-Strike 2D (CS2D) offers a lot more than the original Counter-Strike game. Counter-Strike is a tactical first-person shooter video game in which players join either the terrorist or counter-terrorist team (or become a spectator). Each team attempts to complete their mission objective and/or eliminate the opposing team.
In CS2D players can experience the popular multiplayer shooter in a top-down 2D perspective or accomplish new missions like capture the flag or domination! Use a huge arsenal of weapons and equipment including crazy new stuff like portal guns, lasers, RPGs, turrets and much more.
There’s also a construction mode in CS2D! Build walls, barbed wire and turrets to protect your base.
- Fast paced online action (or offline against bots).
- Chat and original Counter-Strike radio messages.
- Fog of war.
- Serverlist with sorting, filters, Internet servers, LAN servers and favorites.
- Friends system and authentication (U.S.G.N.).
- Listen servers and dedicated servers.
- Spraylogo-, map- and file transfer.
- RCon (remote control) for servers.
- Voting, kicking, banning, mapcycles and many settings.
- Server player ranking and stats (in-game and as HTML output).
- All original Counter-Strike weapons and many more, different armors, medikits and bandages, money items, close combat: machete, wrench claw, chainsaw, special grenades, launchers, mines, and much more.
- Many modes: CS-like, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Zombies, Construction…
- Many map types: Bomb defuse, hostage rescue, VIP assassination, Capture the Flag, Domination.
- Very easy to use map editor with entity/trigger system.
- Console & buy scripts like the real CS.
- Game can be modified and extended with Lua scripts.
- Many active players around the world, loads of maps and scripts.
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