When releasing games with Nazi symbolism in Germany, most game developers simply took the path of least resistance and scoured everything, leaving a lot of game baddies running around with armbands of red with white circles, as if they were dimension-hopping enemies from Bizarro Japan. Other games took it upon themselves to design new iconography for their not-really-but-yes-really Nazis, like the new Wolfenstein games, wherein B.J. Blazkowicz brutalizes a bunch of fascists who seem to march under the banner of a grumpy wolf with a jaunty bow tie. And in the sequel, he squares off against their most elite fighters: the dreaded Order of the Crotchless Panty.
Some older games, like the Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade video game, saw Nazis pledge their allegiance to Hitler's sideways mustache: