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Developer Ports Counter Strike To Android

Counterstrike Android

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One of our fondest memories back in college was playing Counter Strike 1.6 with our friends in LAN cafes, and head shotting the crap out of anybody foolish enough to try and counter snipe us. While those wasted days in Netopia can’t be brought back, we can fuel our nostalgia on the go with Counter Strike on Android.

Yup, someone has managed to port over Counter strike 1.6 to Android, though the setup is not ideal. The game requires absolute precision from players when it comes to controlling your chosen avatar, so the on-screen controls isn’t the best solution. Still, you can probably plug in a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse for it, though installing the game is a little fiddly since it’s not an official release. If you are brave enough to take on the challenge, grab the APK here.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.


  1. With those out of the way, here’s how to (unofficially) install and run Counter-Strike on Android:
    1.Download and install Omarov’s CS16Client app here. Do note that there are separate apps for single-core and multicore devices.
    2.Get the latest Xash3D app here and install it.
    3.Create a folder named “xash” in your device’s SD card directory.
    4.Copy the “cstrike” and “valve” folders from your Steam installation on your PC (usually under C:\Steam\steamapps\common\Half-Life), then transfer them to the “xash” folder.
    5.Run the CS16Client app to launch the game.


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