In Deutschland erscheint das Spiel am November und kostet € 49,99 (empfohlener Verkaufspreis). In den USA kommt Platoon zwei Tage früher in den. Platoon ist ein Spiel von Ocean Software, das von Ocean Software vertrieben Spiele-Plattform ist PC, die USK (Unterhaltungssoftware-Selbstkontrolle) hat. Platoon. NES PC. Genre: Strategie. Entwickler: Digital Reality, Ocean Software Ltd. (NES). Release: Dezember.
Platoon ist fertigDas Spiel unterscheidet sich nicht großartig von anderen Echtzeit-Strategie-Spielen und versucht somit durch Grafik und einfachem Gameplay diese Schwäche. Medium, Computerspiel. Plattform, PC. Systemvoraussetzungen, Windows , Windows 98, WindowsME. Erscheinungsdatum, Hier findest du alle Infos zum Strategiespiel Platoon von Digital Reality, Ocean Software Ltd. (NES) für PC, NES: Release, Gameplay und alles.
Platoon Spiel Navigation menu VideoPlatoon #1: Durch den Dschungel von Vietnam (RetroPlay Live/C64) Platoon ist ein Echtzeit-Strategie-Spiel, in dem der Spieler den Vietnam-Krieg in einer besonders realistischen Weise kennen lernt. Schliessen Sie Ihre Missionen. Platoon. NES PC. Genre: Strategie. Entwickler: Digital Reality, Ocean Software Ltd. (NES). Release: Dezember. Medium, Computerspiel. Plattform, PC. Systemvoraussetzungen, Windows , Windows 98, WindowsME. Erscheinungsdatum, Das Spiel stellt die Filmhandlung lose in mehreren, nacheinander zu ladenden Leveln nach. Zu Beginn des Spiels steuert der Spieler ein auf fünf Mann. Get ready to start slingin’ ink in the action shooting game, Splatoon™ 2, for the Nintendo Switch™ console. Play online or on-the-go with friends. Platoon the film brought home the full unvarnished horror of what that insanely futile war was all about. The brutality, the insanity, the loss of innocence, the narcotic abuse, the immoral behaviour towards the Vietnamese people, etc. Platoon the game is as bog-standard a squad-based RTS as it could possibly be, dressed in Vietnam clothing. pla_toon is an action-packed, first-and-third-person, multiplayer, light-hearted, shooter where you player a cartoon-style soldier. Join the multiplayer battle and be the first to a para-crate drop to equip your player with powerful weapons!. Cornhole Bags, Cornhole Game Sets, Bocce Balls, Swings, Building Bricks, Play Mats Your favorite lawn game, yard game, and home game store. The film Platoon featured a squad of five soldiers on their mission for the US Army in Vietnam. In this action game based around the film, you take control of these five guys in turn, with the chance to switch between them as they each take one of the 3 hits that would kill them.
The blaze causes a few of the burning homes to explode, suggesting they contained hidden munitions kept by the villagers. Chris later stops a gang rape of two girls by some of Barnes' men.
When the platoon returns to base, the veteran company commander Captain Harris declares that if he finds out that an illegal killing took place, a court-martial will ensue, leaving Barnes worried that Elias will testify against him.
On their next patrol, the platoon is ambushed and pinned down in a firefight, in which numerous soldiers are wounded. More men are wounded when Lieutenant Wolfe accidentally directs an artillery strike onto his own unit before Barnes calls it off.
Elias takes Chris and two other men to intercept flanking enemy troops. Barnes orders the rest of the platoon to retreat and goes back into the jungle to find Elias's group.
Barnes finds Elias alone and shoots him, then returns and tells Chris that Elias was killed by the enemy. While the platoon is being extracted via helicopter, they glimpse Elias, mortally wounded, emerging from the treeline and being chased by a group of North Vietnamese soldiers, who kill him.
Chris surmises that Barnes was responsible for mortally wounding Elias. At the base, Chris attempts to talk his group into fragging Barnes in retaliation when Barnes, having overheard them, enters the room and mocks them.
Chris assaults the intoxicated Barnes but is quickly overpowered. Barnes seems ready to kill Chris, but Rhah tells Barnes that it is not worth ten years in prison for killing an enlisted soldier, so instead Barnes cuts Chris near his eye with a push dagger before departing.
The platoon is sent back to the front line to maintain defensive positions, where Chris shares a foxhole with Francis.
That night, a major NVA assault occurs , and the defensive lines are broken. Most of the platoon, including Wolfe and most of Barnes' followers, are killed in the ensuing battle.
O'Neill, known for shirking duties and being one of Barnes' lackeys, hides under a dead soldier to avoid being seen. Chris, along with Francis, finds his courage and counterattacks, killing many of the invading NVA.
Chris even leaves the fighting hole to pursue the enemy. During the attack, an NVA sapper , armed with explosives, destroys the battalion headquarters in a suicide attack.
Now in command of the defense, Captain Harris orders his air support to expend all their remaining ordnance inside his perimeter.
During the chaos, Chris encounters Barnes, who is wounded and driven to insanity. Just as Barnes is about to kill Chris, both men are knocked unconscious by the air strike.
Chris regains consciousness the following morning, picks up an enemy rifle, and finds Barnes, who orders him to call a medic.
Seeing that Chris will not help, Barnes contemptuously orders Chris to kill him; Chris does so. Francis, who survived the battle unharmed, deliberately stabs himself in the leg and reminds Chris that because they have been twice wounded, they can return home.
Chris waves goodbye to the remaining troops as helicopters carry him and Francis away along with other wounded soldiers. Overwhelmed, Chris sobs as he glares down at craters full of corpses.
In a voice-over, he says that although the war is now over for him, it will remain with him for the rest of his life. After his tour of duty in the Vietnam War ended in , Oliver Stone wrote a screenplay called Break, a semi-autobiographical account detailing his experiences with his parents and his time in the Vietnam War.
Stone's active duty service resulted in a "big change" in how he viewed life and the war. Although the screenplay Break was never produced, he later used it as the basis for Platoon.
Break featured several characters who were the seeds of those he developed in Platoon. The script was set to music from The Doors ; Stone sent the script to Jim Morrison in the hope he would play the lead.
Morrison never responded, but his manager returned the script to Stone shortly after Morrison's death; Morrison had the script with him when he died in Paris.
Although Break was never produced, Stone decided to attend film school. After writing several other screenplays in the early s, Stone worked with Robert Bolt on the screenplay, The Cover-up it was not produced.
Bolt's rigorous approach rubbed off on Stone. The younger man used his characters from the Break screenplay and developed a new screenplay, which he titled Platoon.
Producer Martin Bregman attempted to elicit studio interest in the project, but was not successful. Stone claims that during that time, Sidney Lumet was to have helmed the film with Al Pacino slated to star had there been studio interest.
The film was a critical and commercial success, as were some other Stone films at the time, but most studios were still reluctant to finance The Platoon, because it was about the unpopular Vietnam War.
After the release of The Deer Hunter and Apocalypse Now , the studios then cited the perception that these films were considered the pinnacle of the Vietnam War film genre as reasons not to make Platoon.
Stone responded by attempting to break into mainstream direction via the easier-to-finance horror genre, but The Hand failed at the box office, and he began to think The Platoon would never be made.
According to Stone, Cimino attempted to produce The Platoon in De Laurentiis secured financing for Platoon, but he struggled to find a distributor.
Because De Laurentiis had already spent money sending Stone to the Philippines to scout for locations, he decided to keep control of the film's script until he was repaid.
Once again, this was a project that Stone had struggled to secure financing for, but Daly loved the script and was prepared to finance both Salvador and The Platoon.
Stone shot Salvador first, before turning his attention to what was by now called Platoon. Platoon was filmed on the island of Luzon in the Philippines starting in February The production was almost canceled because of the political upheaval in the country , due to then-president Ferdinand Marcos.
With the help of well-known Asian producer Mark Hill, the shoot commenced, as scheduled, two days after Marcos fled the country. The production made a deal with the Philippine military for the use of military equipment.
Scenes were shot in Mount Makiling for the forest scenes , Cavite for the river and village scenes , and Villamor Air Base near Manila.
James Woods , who had starred in Stone's film Salvador , was offered a part in Platoon. Despite his friendship with the director, he turned it down, later saying he "couldn't face going into another jungle with [Oliver Stone]".
Denzel Washington expressed interest in playing the role of Elias. He believes Costner turned down the role "because his brother had been in Vietnam.
Upon arrival in the Philippines, the cast was sent on an intensive training course, during which they had to dig foxholes and were subjected to forced marches and nighttime "ambushes," which used special-effects explosions.
Led by Vietnam War veteran Dale Dye , training put the principal actors—including Sheen, Dafoe, Depp and Whitaker—through an immersive day military-style training regimen.
They limited how much food and water they could drink and eat and when the actors slept, fired blanks to keep the tired actors awake.
Stone said that he was trying to break them down, "to mess with their heads so we could get that dog-tired, don't give a damn attitude, the anger, the irritation Join the multiplayer battle and be the first to a para-crate drop to equip your player with powerful weapons!
Or get on an ostrich and ride off into the sunset Airplanes drop para-crates with powerful items in them throughout the rounds for the first player that reaches them.
Shooting a player with a bazooka at close range carries them away with the rocket, smashing though any walls in it's path. Needless to say I'm excited to see what the game looks like when it's finished.
Some of the new features include: Bots Capture the Flag Team deathmatch Bug fixes, like the persistent lag, regardless of low ping bug.
Mac version available! And new update are up for download. Can you please add in a shotgun, stationary machine gun and more maps maybe a evergreen forest.
Version: 1. Download MB. According to Merriam-Webster , "The term was first used in the 17th century to refer to a small body of musketeers who fired together in a volley alternately with another platoon.
The meaning was a group of soldiers firing a volley together, while a different platoon reloaded. This suggests an augmentative intention.
Since soldiers were often organized in two or three lines, each firing its volley together, this would have normally meant platoons organised so that intention half or a third of the company is firing at once.
The platoon was originally a firing unit rather than an organization. The system was said to have been invented by Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden in On 1 October , under a scheme by General Sir Ivor Maxse , the regular battalions of the British Army were reorganised from the previous eight companies to a four-company structure, with each company having four platoons as separate units each commanded by a lieutenant with a platoon sergeant as his deputy.
Each platoon was divided into four sections , each commanded by a corporal. In the Australian Army , an infantry platoon has thirty-six soldiers organized into three eight-man sections and a twelve-man maneuver support section, with a lieutenant as platoon commander and a sergeant as platoon sergeant, accompanied by a platoon signaller and sometimes a platoon medic full strength of forty men.
A section comprises eight soldiers led by a corporal with a lance corporal as second in command. Each section has two fireteams of four men, one led by the corporal and the other by the lance corporal.
Each fireteam also called a "brick" by Australian soldiers has one soldier with an F89 Minimi LSW and the other three armed with F88 Steyr assault rifles.
One rifle per fireteam has an attached 40mm grenade launcher; one of the grenadiers is the lance corporal. Fireteam bravo has a HK 7.
More recently, the designated marksman of each Australian fireteam has been issued the HK in Afghanistan and possibly afterwards.
The platoon may also have three MAG 58 general-purpose machine guns, one M2 Browning heavy machine gun or a Mk 19 grenade launcher at its disposal.
In the British Army , a rifle platoon from an infantry company consists of three sections of eight men, plus a signaller radio operator , a platoon sergeant a sergeant , the platoon commander either a second lieutenant or lieutenant and a mortar man operating a light mortar full strength of 27 men and one officer.
This may not be the case for all British Infantry units, since the 51mm mortars are not part of the TOE [ clarification needed ] post-Afghanistan.
Each section is commanded by a corporal lance sergeant in the Foot Guards , with a lance corporal as second-in-command and six riflemen divided into two four-man fireteams.
Support weapons platoons such as mortar or anti-tank platoons are generally larger and are commanded by a captain with a colour Sergeant or WO2 as 2ic.
Some sections are seven-man teams — particularly in the case of the Warrior within armored regiments, as it only seats seven soldiers. An armoured "platoon" is known as a "troop".
In the Bangladesh Army, infantry regiments have platoons commanded a captain, assisted by one or two lieutenants or combination of lieutenants and Junior Commissioned Officers and at least two sergeants.
These platoons are equipped with at least one heavy machine gun , rocket launcher or anti-tank gun , with the crews of these weapons commanded by a corporal.
In addition, there are at least two light machine guns , each commanded by a lance corporal. Each soldier is armed with an automatic or semi-automatic rifle and all commissioned officers carry a side arm.
In the Canadian Army , the infantry Platoon Commander is a second lieutenant , lieutenant or a junior captain assisted by a platoon warrant who holds the rank of warrant officer , but can be a Sergeant.
It is usually divided into three eight to ten person sections and a heavy weapons detachment which will deploy a GPMG , and a Carl Gustav , depending on mission requirements.
Sections are commanded by a Sergeant or Master Corporal with a Master-Corporal or Corporal in the second in command, or 2IC, position; two members of a section will carry C9 LMG 's and the remainder will carry C7 or C8 assault rifles fitted with either optics or a grenade launcher.
A section is broken into two assault groups, similar to the British and Australian organization. Three infantry platoons will make up a typical infantry company, sometimes with a heavy weapons or support platoon in addition.
Specialist platoons, like reconnaissance, or "recce" platoons, that may be attached to a battalion may be led by a captain and assisted by a warrant officer.
Some very large specialist platoons will actually have a lieutenant as the second-in-command. In many corps , platoon-sized units are called troops instead.
However, a dragoneante is still a soldier and can be removed from his position if his commander sees fit. For combatant platoons platoons engaged in combat with guerrilla rebels , a corporal or sergeant would be the most likely commander.
Under the regulations a peloton in the French Army was used in the equivalent manner to a company, with the first section led by the sous-lieutenant and the second section led by the lieutenant, a captain commanding the entire group.
The peloton or escadron correspond to the platoon, equivalent in size to an infantry section , and commanded by a lieutenant or sergeant.
It may also mean a body of officers in training to become noncommissioned officers, sous-officiers or officers peloton de caporal, peloton des sous-officiers.
The Georgian Armed Forces equivalent of the platoon is the so-called Ozeuli. Translated, it means "Group of 20", but has no more connection whatsoever with the number.
It has been transferred into modern usage from medieval army reforms of the Georgian king David the Builder.
Originally, it was meant to be a small detachment of exactly 20 men to be led by a leader of corresponding rank. Almost all smaller formations are based on the designations of those reforms, which originally suggested tactical flexibility by keeping the size of small units in round numbers 10, 20, Battalions and brigades were not affected by that system.
It is unknown whether that usage was abandoned in the s or earlier, but in present days a Georgian platoon still called "Ozeuili" has a similar size to that of other armies.
Normally for infantry it has 32 men, but can vary depending on the type of unit. The German Army equivalent of the platoon is the Zug same word as for train , draught , move or streak , consisting of a Zugtrupp "platoon troop" or platoon headquarters squad , of four to six men, and three squads Gruppen of eight to eleven men each.
An Oberfeldwebel "Sergeant first class" is in charge of the Zugtrupp. The Zugtrupp provides support for the platoon leader and acts as a reserve force such as two additional snipers or an anti-tank weapon crew.
Three Züge make up a Kompanie "company". The first platoon, until , used to be commanded by an Oberleutnant "first lieutenant" or a Leutnant "second lieutenant" , nowadays it is usually a Hauptmann "captain" , who is also the Kompanie' s second-in-command.
The second Zug is nowadays led by an Oberleutnant or a Leutnant , the third Zug is led by experienced NCOs, usually a Hauptfeldwebel "master sergeant".
In the first platoon, the platoon leader's assistant is a Hauptfeldwebel ; in the second and third platoons, the assistant is an Oberfeldwebel.
Each squad is led by an Oberfeldwebel , and its size corresponds to the typical passenger capacity of its squad vehicle either wheeled or armoured.
Another of these vehicles is used for the Zugtrupp. Sergeants of inferior rank act as assistant squad leaders in the other squads.