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How do I play a Valve game (on computer) without steam?

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asked 8 years ago in GeneralGeneral by Thezeldaman Journeyman (532 points)   3 7

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You can't but you can download the game you want to play without steam from torrent sites and yeah its illegal... I hope this helped
answered 8 years ago by GmodderDude Mercenary (1,731 points)   1 7
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you can't unless if you use illegal methods whic his not recommended
answered 8 years ago by drakaenae King (41,339 points)   5 9 79
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I think u cant play valve games without steam. You can alway try to install game and uninstall steam, but i dont think it will work.
answered 8 years ago by Haloweeboe Champion (5,146 points)   2 8 19
That won't work, every game that you have on steam is connected to it. There is no exe for the games you have on your account.
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You can't. You need to have Steam installed on your computer to play. You can play in offline mode on Steam though.
answered 8 years ago by Alchemistlord Mercenary (1,154 points)   3 15
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That is not impossible unless you pirate it.
answered 8 years ago by xboxer King (32,462 points)   6 11 48
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You cannot run a valve game without the use of Steam. Unless you pirated the game, then you can....criminal....hahaha.
answered 8 years ago by HossDelgado Journeyman (651 points)   5
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actually ive run several valve games without steam but they are really old games. the original counterstrike like the 1.1 version you can and i do believe HL2 was like that too i have the actual exe file along with counterstrike deleted scenes.
answered 8 years ago by anonymous  
Counterstrike 1.1 was a mod, however, and HL2 was not like that. Half-Life 2 launched with Steam.

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