Counter-Strike is being redesigned for Nintendo DS


A French programmer documented their progress in recreating Valve’s Counter-Strike for the Nintendo DS on their YouTube channel.

A huge fan of Valve’s first-person shooter Counter strike recreates the game for the Nintendo DS. The project has been underway for several months, and there is still a lot of work to be done before it is completed. However, the creator says the team would like to release the source code when it’s complete.

The original Counter strike the game started as a mod for Valve Half-life. The company then hired modders Minh Le and Jess Cliffe and secured the commercial distribution rights for the game. It was a huge success both critically and financially, with a sizable esports scene surrounding it. The series has spawned many sequels, the most popular of which is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, one of Valve’s biggest silver producers.

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Fewnity, a French YouTuber, documented their construction progress Counter strike for the DS. In their most recent video, they highlight a new aiming system using the DS touchscreen. The footage also reveals that some of the iconic weapon sounds from the original are back. Naturally, the video takes place on a reconstruction of Counter strikethe most famous card of: de_dust2.

Fewnity has posted other videos showing the build progress, primarily focusing on including bots. The graphics are still quite primitive. Since this is both a work in progress and the graphics capabilities of the DS are limited. In their most recent update on progress on Twitter, Fewnity said they have added several new features to the game. These range from minor additions such as new sounds and screen shaking to major features such as headshots, a weapons store and news. control options.

Of course, Fewnity has other projects than just porting a classic FPS. They are also the developer of several indie games, such as The adventure of Poipoil and Exa Zombies. Their most successful titles are the Planet race series, with Planet Run 2 available on GameJolt, Google Play, and soon PlayStation Vita.

It’s hard to categorize exactly what this Counter strike recreation is. It’s not technically a demake, as the graphics and combat will theoretically be one-to-one. Additional screening regimes might qualify it as an improved port, but that’s unofficial. It is clear, however, that Fewnity is putting a lot of care and energy into this project, and the results speak for themselves. It might not be an official portable version of one of Valve’s bigger IPs. What it is is a testament to the popularity and popularity of these early PC games with so many people.

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Source: Fewnity (Twitter/Youtube)

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