Counter Strike 1.6 fans with Android Wear rejoice! Now you can run the game on your smartwatch, thanks to an app called Xash3D. This piece of software basically enables one to run old Windows versions on Android Wear, given that you have a copy of the original. Once both are ready to go, all you need to do is make a separate Xash folder, then copy the Valve / Counter Strike folders into that, launch the client app, and you're ready to game. Continue reading to see it running on a standard Android phone.
"The touch controls look like a pain, but this being Android, it's not going to be hard hooking proper peripherals up to your tablet/phone if you need more precision. Note that this is actual CS 1.6. Not a recreation, not a stream, but the game itself running on the mobile OS," reports Kotaku.