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Castle Wolfenstein Original Cover Art Painting

I want this. There is no way I can afford the final price, but I still want this.

Castle Wolfenstein was an Apple II game that inspired Wolfenstein 3D.

This is not a print or a copy – this is the original painting by John D. Benson used as the cover for Muse Software’s 1981 game “Castle Wolfenstein” – the game that inspired id Software’s “Castle Wolfenstein 3D”! Castle Wolfenstein is the first in the genre of stealth-based computer games. Created by Muse software, it was available on the Apple II, DOS, Atari 8-bit family and the Commodore 64.

The dimensions of the piece (including matte and frame) are 27 1/4 inches by 23 1/4 inches. Also included are the original C64 manual and game disk (NOTE: disk slipcover is *not* original, and I don’t know if the disk still works).

Auction Here

(Thanks Joe!)


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