There is a great game – Commandos Behind the Enemy Lines.
If you ever played it for a few hours, perhaps the following scream is stuck in you mind for the rest of your life: Ein Verletzter! Alarm! Alarm! Only now I have finally understood how this is spelled and what does that mean. In German, leading letter in words starting with consonants often sound different from what they are spelled. Leading s is often pronounces as z, for example. In this case, “Ein Verletzter” means “a wounded”, and “alarm” is alarm.