Counter-Strike: Condition Zero achieves Linux compatibility
The single-player red-headed stepchild of Counter-strike, known as Condition Zero, has joined Valve’s slowly growing list of first-party titles that can be played through Steam’s Linux platform.
It joins up with the original Counter-Strike, counter-Strike: Source, Half-Life 1 and Team Fortress 2. Eventually, all Valve games will make it to Linux since the Steam Box will be a Linux machine. But for now those five are what you get.
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