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Is Congo the real-life version of Counter Strike? A Look Back at Congo’s War History

Counter Strike was released a few years ago. This game became very popular right after the release of the first trailer. People were curiously waiting to play this game as the graphics shown in the trailer were amazing and the scenario of the trailer also managed to win the hearts of gamers. Many gamers started posting reviews about the game’s trailer.

However, the game became very popular right after the release of the first trailer. Gamers were very excited to play the game and once the game was released gamers played it and posted positive reviews about it which relate that it fulfilled all their requirements. Taking a visit to Counter Strike Juegos a la friv will help you understand that why this became so popular just in a few months.

In this game, a war between the civilians and armed forces is shown that involves a lot of violation, weapons, and action. The violation and weapon shown in this game passed an impression that the game is designed by the inspiration from a war. But gamers usually don’t pay any attention to such things.

However, some game addicts realized that there is something special in this game as it relates the events of a war that humans have suffered from. So, they started their research and after a lot of research, they came with their opinion. There was one thing common in the opinions of most of the researchers which said that this game includes some events and weapons from first and second Congo war.

The researchers were very shocked about this fact but they conducted more research on this topic so that they may gather some references to prove their point and finally they found some important points and showed their research at different platforms. People didn’t accept the fact saying that it is just a game and nothing else.

Here we’re going to discuss the points that researchers brought in the favor of their research.

Weapons

A huge number of weapons, that are used in this game, have a great resemblance with the weapons that were used in the first and second Congo War. Rifles and sniper rifles that are shown in this game were hugely used in the Congo war. Taking a look at the history of Congo war will help you find out that this statement is correct.

Location

Some locations of this game completely resemble the locations that were under threat during the Congo war and some of the locations still look the same as they appeared in the Congo War.

Violence

The violence shown in this game is a major factor due to which researchers firmly said that the Congo war is a real-life version of this game. However, those who denied admitting this fact, say that violence is a common factor in all the wars. So, we can’t admit it as a proof.

There are still some doubts about this topic that will be revealed with the passage of time. However, some of the equipment used in this war and the events definitely relate that this statement is true.

Climate

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In the Congo the climate is characterized by four seasons:

• the great rainy season:
period: from October to December
Characteristics: very frequent rains and high temperature (from 25 ° to 35 ° or more)

• dry season:
period : From January to February
Characteristics: little (if any) rainfall, and high temperature (between 30 ° and 35 ° or more)

• small rainy season:
period: march – april
characteristics: frequent rainfall and high temperature 30 ° and 35 °)

• the dry season:
period: May to spetember
characteristics: very little rain and moderate temperature (between 18-20 ° and 25 °)

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Geography

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Congo is one of the eight states that make up Central Africa. Situated astride the equator it extends over 1,500 kilometers, from the shores of the Gulf of Guinea to the Central African Republic.

The Congo is sometimes called Congo-Brazzaville to avoid confusing it with the Democratic Republic of the Congo also called Congo-Kinshasa.
It was also known as the People’s Republic of the Congo (1969-1992).

Area: 342.000 km2
Neighboring countries:
Gabon
Cameroon
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), formerly Zaire
Angola

Congo features A 170-kilometer-long maritime frontage and is located in the heart of the second largest river basin on the planet: the Congo River and its tributaries. On its own territory there are no fewer than thirty rivers and rivers navigable all year round: Kouilou, Niari, Bouenza, Alima, Nkeni, Lefini, Sangha, Likouala, etc.

This hydraulic richness makes it one of the most fertile countries on the African continent, with lush forests where one finds the rarest species of wood (limba, okoumé, mahogany, sapelli, sipo …).

This is also why Congo is home to various rare animal species such as the Gorillas. And is located in the heart of the second largest river basin on the planet: the Congo River and its tributaries. On its own territory there are no fewer than thirty rivers and rivers navigable all year round: Kouilou, Niari, Bouenza, Alima, Nkeni, Lefini, Sangha, Likouala, etc. This hydraulic richness makes it one of the most fertile countries on the African continent, with lush forests where one finds the rarest species of wood (limba, okoumé, mahogany, sapelli, sipo …). This is also why Congo is home to various rare animal species such as the Gorillas. And is located in the heart of the second largest river basin on the planet: the Congo River and its tributaries. On its own territory there are no fewer than thirty rivers and rivers navigable all year round: Kouilou, Niari, Bouenza, Alima, Nkeni, Lefini, Sangha, Likouala, etc. This hydraulic richness makes it one of the most fertile countries on the African continent, with lush forests where one finds the rarest species of wood (limba, okoumé, mahogany, sapelli, sipo …). This is also why Congo is home to various rare animal species such as the Gorillas. On its own territory there are no fewer than thirty rivers and rivers navigable all year round: Kouilou, Niari, Bouenza, Alima, Nkeni, Lefini, Sangha, Likouala, etc. This hydraulic richness makes it one of the most fertile countries on the African continent, with lush forests where one finds the rarest species of wood (limba, okoumé, mahogany, sapelli, sipo …). This is also why Congo is home to various rare animal species such as the Gorillas. On its own territory there are no fewer than thirty rivers and rivers navigable all year round: Kouilou, Niari, Bouenza, Alima, Nkeni, Lefini, Sangha, Likouala, etc. This hydraulic richness makes it one of the most fertile countries on the African continent, with lush forests where one finds the rarest species of wood (limba, okoumé, mahogany, sapelli, sipo …). This is also why Congo is home to various rare animal species such as the Gorillas. This hydraulic richness makes it one of the most fertile countries on the African continent, with lush forests where one finds the rarest species of wood (limba, okoumé, mahogany, sapelli, sipo …). This is also why Congo is home to various rare animal species such as the Gorillas. This hydraulic richness makes it one of the most fertile countries on the African continent, with lush forests where one finds the rarest species of wood (limba, okoumé, mahogany, sapelli, sipo …). This is also why Congo is home to various rare animal species such as the Gorillas.

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