- This article is about the map by Dan Haigh. For the map by Nick Coombe originally called Junglecamp, see Downed.
As the name suggests, the map bore a jungle theme. Both the Counter-Terrorists and the Terrorists started off in the jungle on opposite sides of the map. The Counter-Terrorists had to make their way to the camp in order to rescue the hostages. Inside the camp was a large building that functioned as some sort of research facility.
There were two routes for the Counter-Terrorists to the camp itself, a main route via a small cavern and an alternate route via a river (and sewers). The camp itself was surrounded by walls and there was a central watchtower for overseeing the facility.
The map made numerous media appearances during Gearbox Software's development of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, including some video coverage by GameSpot. In addition, a scripted sequence involving the Terrorists and hostages was featured in the official trailer.
- ↑ counter-strike.de CS:CZ Maps. Archived from the original on 2002-08-22.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 GameStar 04/02 (2002) IDG Entertainment Verlag GmbH.
- ↑ PC Games 04/02 (2002) Computec Media GmbH.
- ↑ Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Information Vault - Josh Jeffcoat Interview.
- ↑ Computer Games Online - Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Preview. Archived from the original on 2002-06-15.
- ↑ GameSpot - Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Video Interview. (2002). [video]. CNET Networks, Inc.