Q W E
A D To Move in the 9 directions
Z X C
I O P
K ; To point GUN in the 9 directions
M , .
S = Stop Moving
L = Shoot gun
T = throw grenade (in dir. gun is pointing)
Space Bar = Search dead bodies, Open Chests, Open doors (to try keys in door)
Hold down Space Bar Open Chests twice as fast !
You can also blow holes in doors / walls with grenades.
Watch out for the SS Troopers - you need to kill them
with a grenade. To save the game, press "ESC" after which you will be
exited to the DOS prompt. Backup your disk, prior to
restarting the game so that your save game is safe. Start the game normally, and the game will continue the
saved game automatically. Guards don't seem to like stepping over the dead bodies of
their mates, so kill guards in doorways, etc. Watch out for the Super SS Storm Trooper - which materialises
behind you at random intervals and tries to kill you. A
grenade is the best medicine for him !
Game History - Castle Wolfenstein - 1983
In Castle Wolfenstein, the player takes control of a lone prisoner who has been
taking captive in a large castle occupied by the Nazis. Getting out of
the cell and picking up a weapon is just the beginning; the ultimate goal
is to acquire the war plans of the Nazis, and escape from Castle
Castle Wolfenstein is notable for being the first game that
incorporated stealth-based gameplay mechanics. The player navigates the
hero through the top-down corridors and rooms of the castle. The main
gameplay challenge lies in dealing with the guards who patrol the castle
and will be alerted to any noise made by the player. It is possible to
shoot the guards, but the ammunition in the game is scarce, and some
guards are very hard to kill, so the preferred course of action is
moving without being noticed. If the player surprises a guard with a gun
drawn, the guard will surrender, and the player will be able to frisk
him for valuable items.
The player should also search the treasure chests scattered across
the castle. Some of them contain war plans, which are essential for
winning the game; others have useful items, such as bullets, grenades,
bulletproof vests, and guard uniforms. The uniforms can be worn for
disguise; however, higher-ranked SS guards will be able to recognize the
intruder. Chests might also contain food and beverage; imbibing alcohol
will result in a temporary loss of aim and balance for the player character.
Game history from Moby Games
File Download - Castle-Wolfenstein-1983.zip