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The purpose of the Counter-Strike Wiki is to give the Counter-Strike community a place to view and contribute information about the series. The community as a whole is responsible for ensuring the information is as accurate as it is informative. Our job as admins is to make sure the information follow…Read more >
As we are pulling together our Wiki Policies, we are always on the lookout for solutions to make things simple for members of the community to add and edit content on this wiki. One of the things we noticed as we continue to edit content is the inconsistency of rarity colors. Generally, it is the r…Read more >
The primary mission of the Counter-Strike Wiki is to collect information that will be useful to people who are new to the Counter-Strike series and even those who are familiar with the games. This wiki serves as a network of user added and editable information for the main games in the series.
The Counter-Strike games are popular team-based modifications of Valve's first-person shooter Half-Life. The gameplay consists of a team of Counter-Terrorists against a team of Terrorists in rounds of competition won either by completing an objective or completely eliminating the opposing team.
They have been the most widely played online first-person shooters for the past several years. As of August 2011, the series has sold over 25 million units since the original release of Counter-Strike.