A Closer Look at the Evolution of the Instruction Manual

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A Closer Look at the Evolution of the Instruction Manual

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Yes, great read. You know, some of those early games are damned near unplayable without the instruction manuals. And I miss the old Atari books the most, because like the author pointed out, because in some instances, like the manuals to Haunted House and the Swordquest series, were more entertaining than the games themselves!

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