Valve successfully ported Counter Strike: Condition Zero (CS:CZ) to Linux. CS:CZ is initially released as a beta, and should be available for free. It should show up in the "Library" list of Steam for Linux clients, from where it can be clicked to install. CS:CZ is Valve's 5th title to be ported to Linux, the studio plans to port more. Originally released in 2004 as a successor to Counter Strike 1.6, the game continues to be widely played online.
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