Counter-Strike: Malvinas, a remake of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, is the upcoming sequel of the popular online tactical shooting game Counter Strike. The game is powered by the new Windows Vista system, which is one of the newest operating systems to be launched by Microsoft. As compared to the previous version of Counter-Strike, this new release is different not only in the visual aspect but also in terms of gameplay. The game now revolves around a single island called Malvinas and has been developed around the idea of team work and coordination once more.
Counter-Strike: Malvinas, as you would know is a highly ordered multiplayer shooter game that can be played on-line. The game was initially introduced on the servers of the then popular game sharing site Steam, where it received an average of about 70 visitors a day. However, the popularity of the mod didn't last long, and presently, Counter Strike: Malvinas has managed to gather more than two hundred thousand visitors a day, making it the second most popular game on the servers of the popular gaming site. However, this doesn't mean that it's no good. There are several versions of Counter-Strike: Malvinas being played across the web, with each one being made extremely different from the other.
Counter-Strike: Malvinas features a new island for players to battle out the conflicts on, namely, the island of Malvinas and its surrounding region. Here, players will have to prove their tactical and military prowess against a number of international terrorists who have also decided to take up the fight against the common enemy - the globe's freedom fighters. This game can also be played as a single player game, where you'll have to eliminate a certain number of targets before the others do. The single player counter-strikes that can be engaged in will give players a chance to hone their skills in terms of using the environment, as well as learning how to properly handle and use weapons, and other aspects of the game that would otherwise be too difficult to master.