Counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2

counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2

The Terrorist Mission Mission Pack - A Mod for Counter-Strike: Condition Zero. This is version 0.2, released on 05/06/04. Here is the changelog: v0.0. Storyline[edit]. These are the missions that were included with the retail version of the game. Counter Terrorist Training · Recoil · Lost Cause. Description: Basically a CT pack with new missions, but the same maps as in the Turtle Rock campaign. In-Game Name: National Insecurity Tour of Duty Terrorist.

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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

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Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes

Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes (DS) is an expansion for Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, developed by Ritual Entertainment, making up a series of eighteen unconnected single-player missions.


Main article: Development of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

After Gearbox Software failed to reach its late 2002 deadline, development of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was passed to Ritual Entertainment. Early reviews averaging 60% were presented to Valve Corporation, causing them to drop the current version of the game and restart development with Turtle Rock Studios. Upon release, most of Ritual Entertainment's version was packaged alongside the final game as an expansion of sorts.


Several weapons from the "lost contents" have made an appearance in Deleted Scenes, including the M72 LAW Light Anti-Armor Weapon, and the M60. Some are limited to the AI terrorists, such as the machete and Rogue Entertainment's controversial suicide belt. Some reconnaissance weapons including the blowtorch, radio, fiber optic camera and RC bombs. Players can also carry up to three HE grenades instead of the usual one. Moreover, the power of players' Kevlar Armor is boosted, better protecting players from many projectiles and bullets.

Some weapons were completely reanimated. This includes the Maverick M4A1 Carbine, Clarion 5.56 and IDF Defender with the exception of the Krieg 552 which uses its "beta animations". Weapon textures are also slightly modified. The weapons are colored a bit differently from their Counter-Strike counterparts, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2, such as the Magnum Sniper Rifle which is now brown instead of green, the Bullpup and the M4A1 are now two-tone police black instead of the usual colors. It initially came with twelve missions, but later Steam updates added six additional missions that were cut from the initial release. There is a small community for Deleted Scenes, and a few custom maps have been released.



These are the missions that were included with the retail version of the game.


These are the missions that were cut from the retail version of the game, but later added through Steam updates.

They are not connected to the storyline missions, crystal reports error 13001 they can be chosen from the World Map.

Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes

The sequel to the first Counter-Strike, Deleted Scenes is what was left over from Ritual Entertainment's dropped share of development.


Loads of unused dialog and other sounds, appropriate for a game with the suffix Deleted Scenes.
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Unused textures of all sorts, including product placement for other games that Ritual Entertainment worked on previously.

Unused Weapons/Equipment

  • Gas grenade: A smoke grenade. Worldmodel, viewmodel and HUD icons are in the game's files.
  • Machete: Used but has viewmodel animations and a worldmodel so perhaps it could be used by the player at one time replacing the Knife.
  • Medkit: Is used but has an unused viewmodel that shows purple C4.
  • Syringe gun: May have been either a gun that poisons you or a scrapped healing item. A view model, world model, HUD icons, zone icon, and console error messages still exist.
  • Zipline: Name says it all. It can be spawned by typing give weapon_zipline or give trigger_zipline in the console (enabling cheats is mp fail, error code. However, the equipment is buggy.
  • Gas Grenade's worldmodel.

  • Gas Grenade HUD icon unselected.

  • Gas Grenade HUD icon selected.

  • Stabby, stabby, stab, stab, stab.

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    Syringe gun HUD icon unselected.

  • Syringe gun HUD icon selected.

  • Getting clipped onto the zipline.

  • Unreachable Items

    Downed Pilot 1
    A FAMAS floating in mid-air is hidden beneath the helicopter. It can be seen by enabling third person mode.

    Hankagai 1
    With the use of noclip, a kevlar vest can be found in the alley where you fight the terrorists in Hankagai 2.

    CSDS Hankagai1Armor1.png

    Hankagai 2
    The secret area in Hankagai 4 is present here. It can be reached by adjusting the gravity or using noclip. The area is blacked out and contains a single medkit.

    • The same room in Hankagai 4.

    Secret War 5
    Counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 the tunnel and noclipping northwest reveals a huge hidden area with assets left behind from counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 previous map. Touching the ground in this area teleports the player back to the truck.

    • Assets connected to the truck.

    • The commander and ammo pickups.

    Turn of the Crank 2
    An armor pickup lies just on the edge of the map. It can never be reached during normal gameplay.

    • Another view showing the armor's position relative to the actual map.

    Developer Messages

    Alamo 2
    If the player noclips into the empty area to left of the stairs in the end, the following message pops up.

    CSDS AlamoDevMes.png.png

    Secret War 3
    The top of the missile is decorated with a smiley. It cannot be seen during normal gameplay.

    Turn of the Crank 1
    Three big box copies of SiN, one of Ritual Entertainment’s previous efforts, is present in the room to the right of the entrance.

    Motorcade Assault
    In cz_motor1.seq, the attack and subsequent fire exchange have names that suggest the developer had other things on mind while working on it.

    i_like_french_toast (first phase, getting in position at the bridge) with_syrup_and_krispy_bacon (second phase, after blowing up the jeep) i_live_in_a_bucket (third phase) pancakes_are_good_too (fourth and last phase) did_i_mention_the_krispy_bacon (VIP escapes the scene) yer_such_a_n00b (mission failure, did not complete mission objectives)

    Thin Ice 2
    The sequence file for the second part of the mission, cz_thinice2.seq, contains a string with nonsense text.

    %Squigy_cat { // #text="My CaTS Are FuZZY!!!!!" }

    The texture scroll_text02.bmp, an unused texture found in cz_training.wad, contains a message from ”Rich” (most likely Rich Fleider, co-founder of Rogue Entertainment), counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2. Line breaks are added for readability.


    The unused sequence file for the first part of Fastline, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2, cz_fastline.seq, contains a list of credits, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2. At one point, these were meant to play at the start of the mission before the bomb goes off. The list is edited for readability.

    Bill Schofield Charles Tinney Chris 'kanaeda' Voss David Demaret Doug Service Eric 'ArchV' Fowler Jason Sallenbach Jay Halderman Jay Hawkins Jay 'Fross' Counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 Joe Waters Ken Harward Kevin Steele Kevin Wright Levelord Luke 'weasl' Whiteside Michael Porter Michael Tarwater Nick Pappas Rich Fleider Robert Atkins Rungy Singhal Russell 'Castle' Meakim Spike T. Dog Stephen Hornback Steve Maines Steve Nix Steven Peeler Thearrel 'Kiltron' McKinney Todd Rose Tom Mustaine Travell McEnTyre Wyeth Johnson Zak Belica

    Events Folder
    Opening any files (ex: inside the events folder with a text editor greets you upcase table incorrect error#1627 the following message:

    // Hi :+)

    Error Messages

    A great number of error messages related to missing sounds are printed to the console. Unless noted, all sound files listed here does not exist in the sounds folder, including subfolders.

    Map Error Message Notes
    Every Map Warning: Unable to open sound/weapons/syringe_use.wav for transfer
    Worldmap Warning: Unable to open sound/items/mapdown.wav for transfer

    Warning: Unable to open sound/items/mapup.wav for transfer

    Recoil Intro S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /recoil/_period.wav
    Recoil 1 Warning: Unable to open sound/ambience/mutter1.wav for transfer Wrong filename. File exists as ’’radio_mutter1’’.
    Warning: Unable to open sound/ambience/mutter2.wav for transfer Wrong filename. File counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 as ’’radio_mutter2’’.
    S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /ambience/ag_fire1.wav Points to a remnant from Half-Life.
    S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /t/t_arn_ar.wav
    Recoil 2 Warning: Unable to open sound/recoil/bsold_gl.wav for transfer
    Lost Cause 1 Warning: Unable to open sound/sound/ambience/lost_walla.wav for transfer Wrong folder, should be ’’sound/ambience/’’.
    Secret War 1 Warning: Unable to open sound/ambience/silo_truckdrive.wav for transfer
    Secret War 2 Warning: Runtime error 217 delphi 7 to open sound/ambience/explosion_ceiling.wav for transfer
    Building Recon 3 Warning: Unable to open sound/ambience/explode.wav for transfer
    Warning: Unable to open sound/doors/brecon2.wav for transfer Wrong filename. File exists as ’’door_brecon2.’’
    Building Recon 4 Warning: Unable to open sound/ambience/explode.wav for transfer
    Warning: Unable counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 open sound/ambience/rain_undershelterlookingintorain_loop.wav for transfer
    Druglab 3 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /h/h_m_pain4_am.wav
    Motorcade Assault 1 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /mcade/shitvip.wav Wrong filename. File exists as ’’gsg9tl_shitvip’’.
    S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /mcade/gsg9p_roger .wav Spelling error.
    Motorcade Assault 2 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /fastline/dog7.wav Wrong folder, should be ’’sound/ambience’’.
    Motorcade Assault 3 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /ct/cr_rog2_ge.wav
    Thin Ice 3 Warning: Unable to open sound/ambience/Vessel_sonar_loop.wav for transfer
    Downed Pilot 1 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /ct/cr_rog2_ge.wav
    Downed Pilot 2 Warning: Unable to open sound/ambience/damage_sp_debris.wav for transfer Curiously, ’’damage_sp_debris2’’ exists in the same folder.
    Downed Pilot 4 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /h/h_m_pain4_ge.wav
    Turn of the Crank 1 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /weapons/briefcase_draw.wav
    Turn of the Crank 2 Warning: Unable to open sound/turncrank/eldinero.wav for transfer
    Rise Hard 2 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /ambience/bw_far5.wav
    Training 1 Warning: Unable to open sound/sound/turret/tu_active2 for transfer Wrong folder, should be ’’sound/turret’’, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2.
    S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /h/h_m_death4_am.wav
    Training 2 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /ambience/training_conv2 .wav Spelling error.
    Fastline 1 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /fastline/fastline_girllaugh1.wav
    Fastline 2 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load opensolaris dd disk i/o error
    Miami Heat 2 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /miami/miamih9_injured.wav
    Run 3 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /ct/cr_rog2_ja.wav
    Sandstorm 2 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /ambience/hawk.wav Wrong filename. File exists as ’’hawk1’’.
    S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /sandstorm/cnc_bloodyhe.wav Wrong filename. File exists as ’’sass_bloodyhell’’.
    Truth in Chaos 3 S_LoadSound: Couldn't load /truth/cnc_makehostages.wav Wrong filename. File exists as’’cnc_makeshostages’’.


    Alamo 1
    A water tower is hidden in the upper-left corner of the first courtyard. Only a small fraction of the top can bee seen without using noclip. This tower is used in several other maps.

    The office terrorist is actually set to sleep. This animation is very rarley seen because he usually wakes up once the player enters the air duct to gain entry to the room.

    CSDS AlamoSleepingGuard.png

    Building Recon 4
    The CT that ducks and hides in fear has a gasmask and a desert camo helmet, which is out of place considering the location. This is hard to see during normal gameplay since you can’t get close enough.

    • Seen from a distance, normal gameplay.

    Hankagai 1
    The alley in Hankagai 2 is present here. The door texture changes from one map to the other (cem_wall_w8 in H1, Mdoor018 in H2).

    Hankagai 1 Hankagai 2
    CSDS Hankagai1Door.pngCSDS Hankagai2Door.png

    Hankagai 3
    A bike is added to the map just after the transition to Hankagai 4. It's leaning against some wooden planks in the downward slope toward the last area in Hankagai 3. The bike might be present in Hankagai 3, since you can stand on a invisible object in the same spot.

    Hankagai 3 Hankagai 4
    CSDS Hankagai3NoBike.pngCSDS Hankagi4Bike.png

    The secret area where you acquire the P90 holds a medkit and two 5.56 ammo pickups in Hankagai 3, instead of one ammo pickup as in Hankagai 4. The P90's position is also slightly adjusted so that you counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 have to jump on top of the crate to pick it up.

    • Two ammo pickups instead counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 one.

    • The slightly misplaced P90.

    Hankagai 5
    The terrorist who falls on the rickshaw after you kill him has his head misplaced on his shoulder.

    • Something is missing here.

    Motorcade Assault 1
    The yellow house to the right of the bridge changes geometry later in the mission.

    Motorcade Assault 1 Motorcade Assault 3
    CSDS Motor1Building.pngCSDS Motor3Building.png

    Motorcade Assault 3

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    If you noclip the wall and enter the room where the VIP is taking cover, he will throw a grenade at you and blow up the whole room, including himself.

    Pipe Dream 1
    A portion of Pipe Dream 3 is present in the map. The geometry changes significantly and reveals how the map looked in a earlier stage.

    Pipe Dream 1 Pipe Dream 3
    CSDS Pipedream1Yard.pngCSDS Pipedream3Yard.png
    Pipe Dream 1 Pipe Dream 3
    CSDS Pipedream1Fence.pngCSDS Pipedream3Fence.png
    Pipe Dream 1 Pipe Dream 3
    CSDS Pipedream1Graffiti.pngCSDS Pipedream3Graffiti.png

    Pipe Dream 2
    The transition area between the first and second part of the map changes door textures.

    Pipe Dream 1 Pipe Dream 2
    CSDS Pipedream1EndDoor.pngCSDS Pipedream2Door.png

    Pipe Dream 3
    The final door in the hostage building is closed off. Interestingly, another door texture is hidden behind it, here seen by noclipping the adjacent wall.

    CSDS Pipedream3HiddenDoorTexture.png

    Recoil 2
    Beneath the first set of stairs is a small room with a tiny square floating in mid air. This square is connected to a lamp above ground at the top of the stairs. This means that it’s possible to shoot through the ground with a high caliber weapon (deagle for instance) and remove the light source completely.

    • The mysterious cube just below the ground.

    • Same area with nightvision enabled.

    Sandstorm 2
    Just as you enter the garage, a firefight in the courtyard breaks out. Despite CNC telling you that they are down, both CT:s who engage in the fight have infinite health and will never die.

    Secret War 1
    The truck doors have a brighter texture that seems out of place. It can be seen by enabling third person mode, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2.

    CSDS Silo1DesertDoor.png

    Secret War 2
    Just near the end of Silo02, two blood splatter decals are present. These decals do not carry over to Silo03.

    Secret War 2 Secret War 3
    CSDS Silo2BloodDecals.pngCSDS Silo3BloodDecalsGone.png

    Secret War 5
    The tunnel walls are in fact not solid. This means that you can fire through the ”wall” and hit the helicopter during the blast sequence, destroying it a lot quicker than intended.

    Thin Ice 2
    One of the dead NPC’s in the pantry has his head turned 180 degrees. This anomaly is corrected in Thin Ice 3.

    CSDS Thinice2HHead1.png

    Turn of the Crank 2
    After the bust is initiated, Moses takes a run for it. Interestingly enough, he is not completely removed from the map and is standing out of bounds to the north-right. He can be reached by adjusting the gravity and is surrounded by a hurt trigger, causing instant death to anyone who gets close to him. Killing him here and returning to the map does not alter the course of the mission.

    • Defying the laws of physics.

    • Different angle showing the map in the background.

    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

    autobuyAutomatically buys the best gun for your team. AK-47 for T and M4A1 for CT.quitAutomatically ends the game and quits Condition ZerodisconnectAutomatically ends the game but doesn't quit Condition Zeromp_hostagepenalty <value>Automatically kicks the bot/player if he kills so many hostages according to the value. Put 0 to disable.bot_sniper_onlybots only buy snipersbot_knives_only 1Bots only use knivescl_levellocks 16382Bring down the All Deleted Scenessv_clienttrace #Bullets fired on walls will get through walls. Effective if the player is hiding.-graphDisables the litte information on the bottom right corner when you have +graph on+commandmenuDisplays commands for faster use on the left side of your screen.bot_allow_rogues 0Dissables rogue bots, they will all follow your commands.impulse 101Doesn't give you more weapons. Instead gives you full money.mp_autoteambalance <0-1>Enables auto-team balance. 0 = Off. 1 = On.gl_spriteblend <0-1>Enables blood thickening on or off. 0 = Off. 1 = Onsv_cheats 1Enables cheatscl_righthand <0-1>Enables player to be Right-Handed. 0 = Left-Handed. 1 = Right-Handed.mp_autokick <0-1>Enables the local player to automatically kick other players. 0 = Off. 1 = On.decalfrequency 0Enables unlimited sprayingFlyenables you to flycareer_end_roundEnds the round, and you lose.notargetenemies do not see you-commandmenuEnter this code if you have "+commandmenu" activated only.clearErases all the whole messages in the console.alias "<letter>" "<command>"Executes the command by just entering the <letter> in the console.mp_freeztime <value>Freezes time for the set ammount, the player can still walk around.mp_startmoney 16000Gives you the highest ammount counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 money you can have.noclipgo through wallsvInstant Max MoneygodInvincibilitykick <bot´s name>kick the botsbot_killKills all bots allowing you to win if the bomb is not plantedlistLists available servers to participate in.bot_goto_mark #numbermake the bot go to specific placesbot_zombie 1make them just stand therebot_stop 1Makes the bot's stand still.timerefreshRefreshes time on the console.mp_friendlyfire #Replace "#" with 1 or 0 to change Friendly Fire. 1=On 0=Off.bot_knives_only 1#Replace "#" with 1 or 0 to make the bots only use knvies. 1=Only Knives 0=Not just knives. Deaf is 0.bot_zombie #Replace "#" with 1 or 0 to make the bots stay still or move. 1=Moving 0=Non-Moving.sv_gravity #Replace "#" with a number and change the gravity. Deaf. is 800.mp_startmoney #Replace "#" with a number to change the starting money. Deaf is 800.mp_c4timer #Replace "3" with a number to change the C4 timer. Deaf. is 45.career_restartRestarts your the round.jointeam 6 ; jointeam 2Revive as a Counter-Terroristjointeam 6 ; jointeam 1Revive as a Terroristbot_difficultyset the bot´s difficulty levelbot_difficultySet the BOTS difficulties.sv_gravity <value>sets the gravity, lower #'s mean you can float alont, high numbers mean you take more damage for falling.maxplayers <value>Sets the maximum players when creating a new multiplayer game. Only works before you start a match.+graphShows a little information on the very bottom right of your screenkillSuicidebot_defer_to_human 0The bots will not wait for you to rescue hostages, plant or defuse the bomb.bot_pistols_onlythe bots will only buy pistolssv_restartround 1The game restarts after 1 secondsv_restart 1The game restarts after 1 second similar to sv_restartround 1.restartto restart the map without losing any goalsmp_tkpunish <0-1>When enabled, bots/players who kills their teammate(s) will die on the next round. 0 = Runtime error 713 vb. 1 = On.mp_fadetoblack <0-1>When set to 0, the screen will be black when any player from the server is dead. Switch to 1 to disable.hud_deathnoticetime #You can see the last deaths of players on the specified seconds.


    Video game series by Valve

    This article is about the video counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 series. For the 2000 game, see Counter-Strike (video game). For other uses, see Counterstrike.

    Video game series

    Counter-Strike (CS) is a series of multiplayerfirst-person shooter video games in which teams of terrorists battle to perpetrate an act of terror (bombing, hostage-taking, assassination) while counter-terrorists try to prevent it (bomb defusal, hostage rescue, escort mission). The series began on Windows in 1999 with the release of the counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 game, Counter-Strike. It was initially released as a modification ("mod") for Half-Life that was designed by Minh "Gooseman" Le and Jess "Cliffe" Cliffe before the rights to the mod's intellectual property were acquired by Valve, the developers of Half-Life, who then turned Counter-Strike into a retail product released in 2000.

    The original Counter-Strike was followed by Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, developed by Turtle Rock Studios and released in March 2004. A previous version of Condition Zero that was developed by Ritual Entertainment was released alongside it as Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes. Eight months later, Valve released Counter-Strike: Source, a remake of the original Counter-Strike and the first in the series to run on Valve's newly created Source engine.[4] The fourth game in the main series, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, was released by Valve in 2012 for Windows, OS X, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Hidden Path Entertainment, who worked on Counter-Strike: Counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 post-release, helped to develop the game alongside Valve.[5]

    There have been several third-party spin-off titles created for Asian markets over the years. These include the Counter-Strike Online series, Counter-Strike Neo, and Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio.


    Counter-Strike is an objective-based, multiplayerfirst-person shooter. Two opposing teams—the Terrorists and the Counter Terrorists—compete in game modes to complete objectives, such as securing a location to plant or defuse a bomb and rescuing or guarding hostages.[6][7] At the end of each round, players are rewarded based on their individual performance with in-game currency to spend on more powerful weapons in subsequent rounds. Winning rounds results in more money than losing and completing objectives such as killing enemy players gives cash bonuses.[6] Uncooperative actions, such as killing teammates, results in a penalty.[8]

    Main series


    Main article: Counter-Strike (video game)

    Originally a modification for Half-Life, the rights to Counter-Strike, as well as the developers working on it, were acquired by Valve in 2000.

    The game received a port to Xbox in 2003.[9] It was also ported to OS X and Linux in the form of a beta in January 2013. A full release was published in April 2013.[10][11]

    Condition Zero

    Main article: Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

    Counter-Strike was followed-up with Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, developed by Turtle Rock Studios and released in 2004. It used the Half-LifeGoldSrc engine, similar to its predecessor. Besides the multiplayer mode, it also included a single-player mode sip error 503 asterisk a "full" campaign and bonus levels. Gta 4 error 2000 game received mixed reviews in contrast to its predecessor and was quickly followed with a further entry to the series titled Counter-Strike: Source.[12]


    Main article: Counter-Strike: Source

    Counter-Strike: Source was the first publicly released game by Valve to run on the Source engine. Counter-Strike: Source was initially released as a beta to members of the Valve Oki c5750 230 fatal error Café Program on August 11, 2004.[4][13] On August 18, 2004, the beta was released to owners of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero and those who had received a Half-Life 2 voucher bundled with some ATIRadeonvideo cards.[14] While the original release only included a version for Microsoft Windows, the game eventually received a port to OS X on June 23, 2010, with a Linux port afterwards in 2013.[15][16]

    Global Offensive

    Main article: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

    Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was the fourth release in the main, Valve-developed Counter-Strike series in 2012. Much like Counter-Strike: Source the game runs on the Source engine. It is available on Microsoft Windows, OSX, and Linux, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2, as well as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles, and is backwards compatible on the Xbox One console.



    A Japanese arcade adaptation of Counter-Strike, the original Half-Life multiplayer modification. It is published by Namco and runs on a Linux system.[17] The game involves anime-designed characters in a futuristic designed version of Counter-Strike. A selection of single-player missions, mini-games, and seasonal events were added to prolong the game's interest with players.[18]

    Online series

    Main article: Counter-Strike Online

    Counter-Strike Online is a free-to-play spin-off available in much of eastern Asia. It was developed by Nexon, with oversight from Valve. It uses a micropayment model that is managed by a custom version of the Steamback-end.[19] Announced in 2012 and aimed at the Asian gaming market, a sequel titled Counter-Strike Online 2 was developed by Nexon on the Source game engine and released in 2013.[20]

    Nexon: Studio

    In August 2014, Nexon announced Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies, a free-to-play, zombie-themed spin-off,[21] developed on the GoldSrc game engine.[22] On September 23, 2014, an open beta was released on Steam.[23] The game launched on October 7, 2014, featuring 50 maps and 20 game modes.[24] The game features both player versus player modes such as team deathmatch, hostage rescue, bomb defusal, and player versus environment modes such as cooperative campaign missions and base defending.[25] Reception from critics was generally negative with criticism aimed at the game's poor user interface, 500 internal server error wiki and dated graphics.[22] On October 30, 2019, Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies was renamed to Counter-Strike Nexon: Studio.[26]

    Competitive play

    Main article: Counter-Strike in esports

    Counter-Strike has had nearly 20 years of competitive play beginning with the original Counter-Strike. The first major tournament was hosted in 2001 at the Cyberathlete Professional League. Cyberathlete Professional League, along with World Cyber Games and Electronic Sports World Cup were among the largest tournaments for the Counter-Strike series until 2007. Since 2013, Valve have hosted Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Championships with large prizes. These have become the most prestigious tournaments in CS:GO.[27][28]


    Counter-Strike is considered one of the most influential first hwk unexpected exception box_auth_error 1111 shooters in history. The series has a large competitive community and has become synonymous with first person shooters.[27] As of August 2011[update], the Counter-Strike franchise has sold over 25 million units.[29]


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    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero


    Microsoft Windows
    Mac OS X

    Release date(s)

    March 23, 2004 (Windows)
    March 7, 2013 (Mac OS X, Linux)


    First-person shooter




    ESRB: Mature
    PEGI: 16+

    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (CS:CZ) is a first-person shooter video game and the sequel to the original Counter-Strike. The game was released in 2004 via both retail stores and Steam and uses the GoldSrc engine. Condition Zero features a multiplayer mode, which features updated character models, textures, maps, and other graphical tweaks. It is bundled with a copy of Counter-Strike regardless of how you purchase it.

    Unlike other Counter-Strike games, Condition Zero also contains a single-player mission pack with the player unlocking maps and more efficient bots as they pass certain requirements for each map while playing as a Counter-Terrorist. These requirements include objectives such as "kill 3 enemies with a Clarion 5.56" or "win a round in 45 seconds". This game mode is called Tour of Duty.

    There is another single-player mission pack called Deleted Scenes. So far, Condition Zero is the only game in the franchise that features a single-player campaign.

    Condition Zero is known for introducing the Counter-Strikebot, although the Xbox version of Counter-Strike was actually the first game in the series to include it.

    As of April 15, 2009, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is one of the ten most played Half-Life modifications in terms of players, according to GameSpy.[1]


    Main article: Gameplay

    Game modes

    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was originally designed to introduce a single-player Counter-Strike experience and therefore it has more in-depth single-player modes available than other entries in the series. In addition to two different single-player modes, the error 86 01hpdesignjet 500 multiplayer mode is also available.

    Single-player — Tour of Duty

    Main article: Tour of Duty

    The Tour of Duty single-player mode is the main single-player mode in the game. It allows players to play regular multiplayer maps in an windows xp stop error 218 single-player experience. The basic setting is very similar to a regular multiplayer game as the game utilizes the new bot AI to enable the possibility of having team mates and enemies in the game. Each map has a certain amount of objectives which include killing a certain amount of enemies or rescuing hostages. Usually, some restrictions such as achieving the objectives with a specific weapon or within a certain time frame accompany the objectives. When these objectives are completed, the player earns a reputation point. Reputation points are needed counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 unlock the next set of maps and they are also used to recruit new or better team mates.

    Starting with version 1.1, the game supports the possibility of creating custom campaigns for the game mode. Since the release of this support, numerous unofficial campaigns have been released online.

    Single-player — Deleted Scenes

    Main article: Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes

    The Deleted Scenes part of the game is included as a separate bonus game. This part consists of major parts of the work done by Ritual Entertainment for their iteration of the game. There are major differences in game mechanics and weapon balance in this game mode compared to a Counter-Strike multiplayer game or the Tour of Duty mode. This game plays more like a traditional linear shooter like Half-Life than a multiplayer game of Counter-Strike.


    While it was originally planned to have cross-compatibility between online players of Counter-Strike and players of Condition Zero,[2] the two games feature completely separate multiplayer communities in a much criticized move. For the most part, the multiplayer game itself is identical to that of the original Counter-Strike.

    One major difference is the ability to add bots to servers. These bots function much like any other player taking up regular player slots. The server admin can freely choose the amount of bots they want to include in a server, thus it is also possible to play a multiplayer game solo without other human players using bots.


    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero includes support for all the scenarios from the original Counter-Strike (hostage rescue, bomb defusal and assassination). It is also possible to play the escape scenario, but no such maps are included by default and no effort was put into enabling support for this scenario for the bots or the Tour of Duty game mode.

    Hostage rescue

    Main article: Hostage rescue

    When Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was originally released, the hostage rescue scenario was identical to that of the original Counter-Strike. Starting with version 1.2 of the game, some quite major changes to the scenario were made.

    The basics of the scenario still remain the same with Counter-Terrorists attempting to rescue the hostages (4 in all new Condition Zero maps) by bringing them to the hostage rescue zone and Terrorists attempting to foil their plans. Victory can also be attained by eliminating the opposing team.

    However, the hostage AI was updated in version 1.2 to utilize some of the same routines as the bot AI does. Using these routines, hostages have gained the ability to find their way to the hostage rescue zones by themselves, that is unless a terrorist approaches them in which case they will run back to their counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 location. They also show emotions and react to their surroundings, signaling approaching Counter-Terrorists whether any Terrorists are nearby. In addition, hostages also have the ability to climb ladders. Since this updated logic is based on the bot AI, the absence of a bot navigation file for the map will revert the hostage logic to that of the original Counter-Strike.

    The hostage models also received a make-over in version 1.2, coinciding with this major hostage rescue scenario update. These models were likely created by Turtle Rock Studios,[3] but they were based on hostage models created by Ritual Entertainment. As these updated models are hard coded to override the hostage models specified by the map file,[4] it is no longer possible to use map specific custom hostage models following this update. error lnk2019 unresolved external symbol wchar_t const also fully support this scenario with Counter-Terrorists properly trying to rescue the hostages and Terrorists attempting to defend them. The Tour of Duty game mode also has several scenario specific tasks available for hostage rescue.

    Bomb defusal

    Main article: Bomb defusal

    Bomb defusal functions exactly like it does in the original Counter-Strike. One player on the Terrorist team starts off with a bomb which has to be planted at one of two bombsites. Once planted the bomb will detonate after a specific amount of time and successful detonation will lead to victory for the Terrorist team. Counter-Terrorists may attempt to defuse the bomb and successful defusal yields victory to the Counter-Terrorists. Victory can also be attained by eliminating the opposing team.

    Complete bot support for 1603. fatal error during installation adobe scenario is available and the Tour of Duty game mode also offers tasks specific to bomb defusal scenarios.


    Main article: Assassination

    While no new assassination maps were introduced with Condition Zero, the fact that all maps from the original Counter-Strike are included means that the lone assassination map Oilrig is part of the game. Gameplay remains identical to the original game, but other updates were made to support the scenario. To complement the new player models, an upgraded player model is introduced for the VIP.

    The official bots also support playing this scenario, but it can be argued that this support was mostly an afterthought. Bots that take the role of the VIP will properly strive to reach escape zones in maps. However, they play like any regular bot making no additional efforts at keeping oneself alive. This is especially apparent when a bot VIP runs out of the limited pistol ammunition, as it will attempt to charge at any encountered enemies armed only with a knife.

    With the introduction of custom campaign support for the Tour of Duty mode, a scenario specific task for the assassination mode, which entailed killing the VIP, was also introduced.[5] However, despite this task getting implemented it doesn't work properly and can in fact never be achieved.[6] Additionally, starting an assassination map via the Tour of Duty game mode will incorrectly identify the map as a hostage rescue scenario during the loading screen, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2.


    For the missions included in Deleted Scenes, see Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes § Missions. Most of the maps sas winlogon.exe application error in the game were maps taken from previous work on the game by Ritual Entertainment. In addition, the remakes of classic Counter-Strike maps created by Ritual for the Xbox port of Counter-Strike were also made part of the game, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2. In fact, the only new map originating from the time Turtle Rock Studios was working on the game was Sienna, which was a collaborative effort error auto-sensing hdd on sata port a veteran Counter-Strike level designer David Johnston, Valve Software and Turtle Rock.[4]

    A total of four maps were added to the game post-release via game patches.

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    Downed, Condition Zero exclusive map

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    Dust2, remake of the classic

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    Fastline, another return from Counter-Strike (Xbox)

    List of maps

    In addition to the new maps included with Condition Zero, all maps from the original Counter-Strike are also playable via Condition Zero. There is out-of-the-box bot support included for all the new and original maps. The listing below only includes the maps (or versions of them) that are part of Condition Zero.

    *Some of these maps have been worked on by numerous people and companies. This lists the original author of the map only; the person mainly responsible for the general geometry of the map.

    Weapons and equipment

    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero features exactly the same arsenal of weapons and equipment as the original Counter-Strike. The possibility of weapons exclusive to Deleted Scenes being introduced was mentioned,[7] but this never happened.

    Back when Ritual Entertainment was working on Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, they had remade all of the weapon models in the game. However, some people felt that some of these models looked too different from the original Counter-Strike weapon models. Therefore the models originally created by Ritual were slightly modified and then introduced into Condition Zero starting with version 1.1.[8]

    Factions and player models

    When Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was initially released, it had the same factions as the original Counter-Strike. In version 1.2, two new factions were canon pixma 870 error 5100 the American Terrorists Midwest Militia and the Russian Counter-Terrorists Spetsnaz.

    Condition Zero was supposed to use the player models that Ritual Entertainment had created, but due to technical difficulties with these models the game was initially launched counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 the original Counter-Strike models.[9] However, in version 1.1 of the game the enhanced player models originally made by Ritual were added to the game. Owners of Condition Zero can also choose to use these enhanced models in the original Counter-Strike.

    List of factions

    Each team has five available factions that players can choose as their third-person model.


    This section focuses on the development of Condition Zero by Turtle Rock Studios. For more information about the development before development was headed by Turtle Rock Studios, see development of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero.

    The development of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero originally started in 2001 with Rogue Entertainment working on the game, but development was overtaken by Gearbox Software relatively quickly due to concerns with the financial stability of Rogue Entertainment. After about a year of development, Gearbox Counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 decided to withdraw from the project and in mid 2002 Ritual Entertainment took over development before the game finally landed in the hands of the relatively young Turtle Rock Studios in mid 2003.

    Turtle Rock Studios had already been involved with development of the game when Ritual Entertainment was in charge of its development in the form of the official bots.[10] Internal playtests at Valve Software and early reviews of the game developed by Ritual Entertainment had revealed some serious short comings in its design.[2] On the other hand, the official bot created by Turtle Rock Studios had been very well received by the community and the press, which is why Valve Software decided to give Turtle Rock the responsibility of redesigning the game from scratch in around June 2003.[11]

    The design by Turtle Rock Studios drew some inspiration from sports games,[7] and due to the success of the bots it became possible to build very flexible arcade-like missions for hih 4000 datasheet error game.[12] While the design of the game by Gearbox Software was never officially mentioned as a source of inspiration, the similarities are quite obvious. Instead of completely scrapping the work done by Ritual Entertainment, the decision was made to package it up as a bonus game of sorts with the title Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2.

    On October 8, 2003 the version of the game designed by Turtle Rock Studios was unveiled to the public and it was to go gold by October 10, 2003 and be available at retail and via Steam on November 18, 2003.[12] Only a day after this version of the game had been announced, it would end up getting leaked coinciding with the Half-Life 2 leak.[13]

    By the time November 18, 2003 came around the game was nowhere to be seen. According to Jess Cliffe, the game had been delayed due to work needed to be done by the publisher in finalizing international versions of the game.[14] Soon, Valve Software would also drag this into their on-going lawsuit with the publisher Vivendi Universal Games claiming that Vivendi purposefully delayed the release of Condition Zero which made it miss the 2003 holiday season.[15]

    Despite the lack of a release date for the title, Valve Software decided to organize a launch party for the game on December 16, 2003. The event was announced to be open to anyone over 21 of age and was held at the House of Shields in San Francisco. Attendees were supposed to be able to play the final version of the game at the event.[16] However, accounts by non-employees that tried to join the event indicate that it was in fact invite only and others were turned away at the door.[17]

    In a further move of bad luck, Condition Zero was leaked for the second time in early January 2004.[18] However, the following month on February 25, 2004 publisher Vivendi Universal Games announced the long awaited release date of March 23, 2004 for the game.[19] This time the game would no longer slip, and after almost 3 since the game was initially announced it was finally released on March 23, 2004.[20]

    Post-release, the game was updated with substantial new content including higher quality character and weapon models, new maps, a new radar/location system and a major change to the hostage rescue scenario.

    On February 21, 2013 a beta of the game was made available for Linux and Mac OS X and on March 7, 2013 support for these platforms was officially released.[21]

    Music and sound effects

    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero utilizes some of the music originally composed by Zak Belica when Ritual Entertainment was working on the game. In addition to music featured in the main menu, error code 52. laser-scanner error pieces are used within the Tour of Duty game mode.

    Enhanced sound effects were introduced to the game in version 1.1. While enhanced sound effects had been created by Zak Belica of Ritual Entertainment for most of the old sound effects (including ambience and map specific sound effects), only weapon firing sounds and player actions sounds were replaced with enhanced versions. Not all of these were taken directly from the work by Belica as it was felt that some of these sounds deviated too far from the original sound effects, thus many of these sound effects were remade.[5]


    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero introduces an extended help/tutor system. This provides real-time assistance to new players of the game based on events that occur in the game. These include instructions on how to win bomb defusal and hostage rescue maps and the usefulness of special equipment such as the defusal kit. When spectating, the tutor will provide random hints regarding general gameplay. To prevent experienced users from getting annoyed, the tutor can be disabled. Curiously, having the tutor enabled disables the kill feed.

    A major update was also made to the buy menu in version 1.1 with the introduction of buy packages. Players can configure a total of four different buy packages that include primary and secondary weapons and equipment. There is also the possibility of configuring fall back weapons/equipment that will be purchased in case the player is low on funds.

    Another major change to the interface is the introduction of a location system to the radar, introduced in version 1.2. This system uses data stored in the bot navigation files to name different areas of the map. When chatting, messages automatically include which area the players are in. Bots also utilize this information to provide voice feedback on e.g. where they have encountered enemies. Because the location data is completely separate from the map itself, it is possible to add support for place names to custom maps without having access to the map source. Condition Zero ships with navigation files including the place name information for all new maps and the original Counter-Strike maps.


    The most important piece of new technology introduced with Condition Zero to the PC platform were the bots. In order to provide some enhancement to the dated look of the GoldSrc engine, detail texture support was also introduced.


    Main article: Bot § Counter-Strike: Condition Zero

    The bots that are included with the game were developed by Michael Booth of Turtle Rock Studios and development on the bots was started when Ritual Entertainment was still in charge of development on the game.[10] While a bot had already been developed by Gearbox Software for their iteration of the game, this bot was scrapped and Booth started from scratch as he had a quite different approach for creating the bot.[10] Unlike any other bot until the release of Condition Zero, this bot has the capability of automatically learning new maps, making it possible to use it on most custom maps without requiring intervention by the user.[10]

    This bot was beta tested by the public in the original Counter-Strike between June 5, vray error loading dlls 127 and September 9, 2003.[22][23] However, major advances in the behavior of the bots were made after this beta test. As said by Michael Booth, the beta tested bots were "version one" and the bots introduced in Condition Zero were "version one-point-five".[24]

    Due to the delayed release date of Condition Zero, the original plan for the bot to be drm radeon dvi detect error hdmi in Condition Zero didn't hold and it was in fact first released as part of the Xbox port of Counter-Strike.

    Detail textures

    Coinciding with the release of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, Valve Software added support for detail textures to the GoldSrc engine. This support was enabled by utilizing code originally created by Ritual Entertainment for the Xbox port of the game.[25] Detail textures function by having map specific text files which specify detail textures for each regular texture that are blended on top of the regular textures, providing a simple and relatively inexpensive way of boosting the texture quality of maps. All the new maps included in Condition Zero ship with support for detail textures.

    Mapping, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2, modding and editing tools

    As the map format used by Counter-Strike: Condition Zero is identical to that of the original Counter-Strike, tools previously released to enable designing of maps for the original game can also be used to design maps for Condition Zero.

    Custom campaign support for the Tour of Duty game mode was added in version 1.1 of the game via what was referred to as the Mission Creation Kit. This included an update to the game mode that added support for new tasks to allow the creation of Terrorist-based missions and the inclusion of assassination maps. It also became possible to create campaign specific bot profiles and to assign custom models player models for bots.[5] Shortly after the release of custom campaign support, a document was added to the game which serves as a tutorial for creating new campaigns and customizing bots. This document also covers usage of the new tasks that are not used in the official campaign.

    On August 31, 2013, coinciding with the release of the Half-Life SDK on Steam,[26] the SDK was updated to include various prop models that had been created for Condition Zero during the development of the game. Some of these prop models had not been previously released as part of either Condition Zero or Deleted Scenes.

    Content delivery and anti-cheat

    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was released via retail and via Steam. In either case, the game utilizes Steam for updates as retail copies of the game include a CD key which allows the game to be activated on Steam. In addition to providing a means of updating the game, Condition Zero also utilizes the Valve Anti-Cheat technology provided by Steam to combat cheating.

    Marketing and merchandise

    As substantial amounts of marketing material had already been created for Counter-Strike: Condition Zero when Ritual Entertainment was counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2 the title, little new material was produced and most marketing material was reused. The final box art of the game looks pretty much identical to the box art revealed for the earlier version of the game, which is likely why the logo of Turtle Rock Studios was absent from the box art of the game.

    The series of 20 trading cards originally created to promote the version of the game designed by Ritual Entertainment were now included as a pre-order incentive for the game,[19] despite the fact that material seagate hdd smart errors on them was exclusively part of the game designed by Ritual Entertainment.

    Possibly in an attempt to increase the appeal of the game for Half-Life fans, it had been announced back when Ritual Entertainment was still developing Condition Zero that new "exclusive" footage of Half-Life 2 would be bundled with the game.[27] This footage was also included with final retail copies of the game.[28] However, the footage actually originated from the E3 2003 showcase of Half-Life 2,[29] meaning that it was in fact neither new nor exclusive and it was very outdated by the time the Condition Zero was finally released.

    In addition, Prima Games had previously completed the official strategy guide for the version of the game designed by Ritual Entertainment.[30] It would seem that this guide was modified by adding information pertaining to the Tour of Duty game mode, and information pertaining to the six missions that were initially absent from the release of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Deleted Scenes was removed. This would explain some oddities in the guide such as mentions of the Kidotai faction, the General MG 60 and the LAW Rocket.


    Counter-Strike: Condition Zero received a mixed reception by the press, scoring an average of 67/100 and 65/100 by GameRankings and Metacritic respectively.

    The main feature of the game, the bot AI was generally praised, with PC Zone stating that the bots are "so intelligent they make your average online player look like a baboon who's been dropped at birth". GameSpot thought actions performed by the bots like breaking windows to reach certain areas more quickly were remarkable, counter strike condition zero terrorist missions v0.2.

    Reception for the Tour of Duty game mode was quite mixed, with PC Gamer criticizing the structure of the game mode and thought there was too little replayability. PC Zone on the other hand applauded the decision to change the design of the single-player mode to the more arcade approach reminiscent of the type of gameplay originally promised from the game when Gearbox Software was developing it.

    The Deleted Scenes portion of the game was considered a nice bonus, but GameSpot stated that the decision to purchase the game shouldn't be made based on them as the missions were so heavily scripted that they didn't feel like Counter-Strike at all.

    However, the dated engine of the scheduled tasks error site was particularly criticized with reviewers stating that the game arrived too late and that the visuals were no match against other shooters released at the time.

    Reviewers that had previously reviewed the version of Condition Zero designed by Ritual Entertainment praised the decision to redesign the game. In the end though, comparing the review scores of that version to the final version shows only marginal improvement in the scores.

    Generally, reviewers concluded that Condition Zero was a good purchase for people who had yet to play Counter-Strike, but that people who already owned Counter-Strike should pass on it since they already had access to the most important part: the multiplayer component.

    Despite the mixed reception by the press, the game would be quite a success in terms of sales. As of 2008, the game had sold 2.9 million copies via retail, outperforming Counter-Strike: Source in retail sales.[38] This may not directly correlate to actual sales volume as Steam was more mature by the time Counter-Strike: Source was released, suggesting that compared to Condition Zero a larger share of Counter-Strike: Source sales were digital (via Steam) instead of retail.

    Behind the scenes

    An older build of the game, known as "cstrike_trs" (Counter-Strike: Turtle Rock Studios), was leaked with several other mods and the Half-Life 2 Beta in 2003. This build includes the multiplayer and offline portions of the game with bot support, and spots several differences:

    • The game files include the bot voices before they were processed with a radio filter.
    • Cut maps are included within this build, along with a folder containing many community and test maps. Some maps differ from their final versions.
    • The Tour of Duty campaigns features 7 tours instead of the released 6, all of which included some of the cut maps.
    • Bot of higher levels were not restricted to a certain amount of points. A player could hire a 5 points bot early on in the campaign.

    Just like in the initial release of Condition Zero the following features were not yet implemented:

    • Counter-Strike's models are used for players, bots and weapons.
    • Equipment sets were not yet implemented.


    External links

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