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Summary: CSPromod v1.09 BETA
Date: 12 Dec 12
Filename: cspromod_b109.zip
Size: 206.3MB (216,277,591 bytes)
Downloads: 4
Last Download: 43 days ago
More info: http://changelog.cspromod.com/
CSPromod (CSP, for short) is a 100% custom-coded Source engine modification. Its goal is to bring the gameplay, feel, and competitive spirit of the original Counter-Strike to the Source engine, along with improved graphics and new features.

What do I need to play CSPromod?

A legitimate, Steam-based copy of Counter-Strike: Source or a (free) copy of Team Fortress 2 both by Valve Software and run it at least once. You will also need to download "Source SDK Base 2007" from the "Tools" tab in Steam.

MD5 Sum: c97ec8d188774659b0ff9cd985afff8a
SHA1 Sum: 107484c57042af44666157b37f218955261a9a35