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Counter-Strike on Nintendo DS slaps

Fewnity is a French coder with a penchant for Nintendo DS projects, who over time has been building more and more ambitious projects. Always how it goes: you start off making Flappy Bird, and before you know it end up with an online version of Counter-Strike running on the hardware.

Counter-Strike DS (opens in new tab) was a project Fewnity began because he and a few friends liked playing CS: GO, but not everyone had suitable hardware. It’s not a port exactly but a version of the game built from the ground-up with the only map you need, the 1.6 version of Dust 2, which can be played in singleplayer with bots or online in both a private party and with randoms. This legend’s even running his own server to handle it.