Counter Strike: Source arrives for Mac, gets discount and update

By Joe Anderson, Thursday, 24 June 2010 10:36 GMT

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Valve’s Counter Strike: Source has arrived on the Mac for $6.80.

The game, which launched today, comes with an update offering new stats, game summary screens and more than 140 achievements. There’s also a new end-round MVP and a death cam.

Counter Strike offers the ability to play against others on either format, meaning Mac players can shoot PC friends, or visa-versa.

This price is a saving of around $15, but is only available for the next few days.

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