The first thing that stands out in this CSGO Mobile (Test) is the rough look of its menus, which also have almost all the text in Chinese. Despite this, it's not hard to adjust some of the more basic options and find a game with free slots. It is important to keep in mind that here you won't be playing against bots. In all the available games you'll play against real players.
The default controls are straightforward and intuitive. With your left thumb, you'll control the virtual joystick to move around, and with your right thumb you can aim your weapon. You'll have a button to shoot above both thumbs, so you can shoot quickly, no matter what action you're currently doing. And of course, at the bottom of the screen, you have the buttons for switching between your main weapon, secondary weapon, and your knife.
The rounds in CSGO Mobile (Test) are exactly the same as the ones in the game for Windows and Mac. At the start of each round, you have to buy your weapons and gear if you don't have it from the previous round. Depending on the map and the team you're on (terrorists or anti-terrorists), you have to try to achieve one objective or another. In any case, as long as you take down the entire rival team, you're pretty much guaranteed to win.
CSGO Mobile (Test) manages to perfectly bring the experience of one of the most popular multiplayer shooters in history to Android. The maps, graphics and fluidity of gameplay are practically identical.