Commandos 3: Destination Berlin (2020) for Windows PC from en Softonic: This is a real-time tactic software game that is the 3rd installment in the Commandos series. This was created by Pyro Studios and introduced by Eidos Interactive. This game is the first in a series to use a real 3D engine and the last to use real-time tactics before turning it into a first-person shooter genre. The Mac OS X version was released in May 2005 along with Feral Interactive as part of Commandos 2: Men of Courage Commandos Bottle Pack.
Commandos 3: Destination Berlin – Gameplay
The game has a very similar gameplay with a ‘point and click’ approach similar to previous games. However, it has fewer hotkeys compared to the previous installment and the user has to press the buttons at the bottom of the screen in the action bar.
The player can see all the enemies on the map, follow their movements and attack according to their behavior. An attack rifle is a less powerful weapon than a rifle, but there are some differences, such as being more powerful than a pistol. Also, all units can use weapons such as grenades rather than sappers as in previous games. The previous “Knopsock” setup, now selected Commando showing a picture of all the objects he had, was supermosed on Rucksack’s image and left in favor of the “box”.
Commandos 3 consists of six commandos: Green Beret (Jack O’Hara), Sniper (Sir Francis T. Woolridge), Marine (James Blackwood), Supper (Thomas Hancock), Spy (Rene Duchamp) and Thief (Paul Toledo).
The tutorial begins with Jack O’Hara clearing a bunker, Sir Francis T. Woolridge killed his German soldiers with his sniper rifle and destroyed the Thomas Hancock Panzer III tank with explosives. The game takes place on 21 February 1939, where Ren Duchamp and Paul Toledo break into the German embassy in London and steal secure documents.
During the Battle of Stalingrad, Woolridge killed a high-ranking German sniper and lifted the siege of the Soviet command post at the Barmale Fountain. A General Franklin O’Donnell then arrives for a meeting with Soviet personnel, along with Hancock and O’Hara. In an attempt to rescue the General, the commandos repulsed the waves of infantry attacks, including a 7.5 cm Pak 40 anti-tank gun. At the end of the meeting, O’Donnell crosses behind the German lines and boardes the Junkers Ju52, much to the chagrin of the commandos. When they also board the plane, O’Donnell orders the Germans to arrest them.
In Saint-Awold, Rene Duchamp and Paul Toledo boarded toughened train transportation stolen artifacts, but were not found. The Germans caution the next place and they try to disrupt the train using explosives. Jack O’Hara finds out and he clears the area at once before boarding the train. However, the Germans destroyed the incoming railroad bridge, forcing the O’Hara locomotive to stop. Duchamp and Toledo are loaded into a truck with artifacts, and O’Hara hides behind another truck.