Counter Strike 1 6 is free
Counter-Strike: 1.6 can be played for free in the browser
Counter-Strike is undisputedly one of the most popular representatives of the shooter genre. The popular team matches of version 1.6 are still popular these days. If you want it to be even easier and more convenient, you can now play the game for free in your browser.
The popular version 1.6 of Counter-Strike is unbeatable. Now even playable in the browser!
Counter-Strike: Play in the browser without installing it
Even if CS: GO is getting more attention and most players should be familiar with it, the original Counter-Strike still has a lot of fans. Up until now, a Steam account was necessary for the nostalgic shooter experience, but a browser version now helps.
You can also see Counter-Strike's 20 years in the web browser.
The latest version of the game, i.e. 1.6, was adopted. So if you fancy a few quick rounds of shooter tactics with a nostalgic factor, you can do so on this website.
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Did you play Counter-Strike when it was released? Are you going to try it out in the web browser now and then? Write us your experiences and opinions in the comments!
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