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By MistaX88 (See more)
4th August, 2017

Counter-Strike
Hosted Externally - BSP
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The Terrorists have discovered the Counter-Terrorists secret vacation home in Hollis, NH!

After cracking open a cold one with the boys, the Counter-Terrorists got wind of the impending attack and readied themselves on the back porch to mount a defense!

The Terrorists two main targets are a bedroom containing filing cabinets full of top secret intel gathered on their activities and the kitchen which contains all of the Counter-Terrorists beer, cider, and snacks.

The Counter-Terrorists must defend their intel, beer, cider, and snacks!

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This map is dedicated to Phil A.K.A. Deadmeat [COF]
Rest in Peace

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This map was inspired and partially based on a similar log cabin styled house in New Hampshire.

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One or more textures on this map have been created with images from Textures.com. These images may not be redistributed by default. Please visit www.textures.com for more information.

Other textures in the map include stock textures from CS and Half-Life as well as a few textures by MistaX88.

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avatar Stojke says: 3rd December 2017, 22:33 PM
Needs more atmosphere on some areas of the map. Also it is obvious as CT, but as T it is irritating that it seems you can go down but you cant. I would move the ground up to the fence level or some how integrate a bottom floor as well.
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