Counter-Strike: Condition Zero has finally made it to Steam for Linux, a little while after Valve released a lot of related titles.
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero was released a few years after the original game. It featured an improved graphics engine and a single-player campaign in which the players would team up with bots and fight terrorists.
This particular title is one of the most successful mods ever released for the Source engine and almost 3 million copies were sold.
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero features an extensive Tour of Duty campaign, a near-limitless number of skirmish modes, updates and new content for Counter-Strike's multiplayer game play, not to mention over 12 bonus single-player missions.
The system requirements are quite low and most of the computers in use today will be able to run it without any problems.
More details about this title can be found on the official Steam website.