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Is there a user manual for this game and if so, where do I get it?
(09-18-2010, 03:44 AM)Donnf Wrote: [ -> ]Is there a user manual for this game and if so, where do I get it?
Well, if you bought the game, you would have a manual. Look again.

Cool
The steam version doesn't seem to have one with it.
You can access the manual from within Steam like you do all other games, there is an option for manual on the game page in library I think.
There's a only a .doc file, which cannot be viewed with wordpad! Do you really suggest buying MS Word in order to be able to use the manual? Dodgy

So, please, hurry up, and provide a .pdf manual!
(09-20-2010, 04:15 PM)Mephisto Wrote: [ -> ]There's a only a .doc file, which cannot be viewed with wordpad! Do you really suggest buying MS Word in order to be able to use the manual? Dodgy

So, please, hurry up, and provide a .pdf manual!

He's right, the document available through the STEAM store page, here is a .doc file.

In the meantime you could get OpenOffice (free!) and be prepared for any other encounters Cool
(09-20-2010, 04:15 PM)Mephisto Wrote: [ -> ]There's a only a .doc file, which cannot be viewed with wordpad! Do you really suggest buying MS Word in order to be able to use the manual? Dodgy

So, please, hurry up, and provide a .pdf manual!

Mine was a .pdf file...................Cool
Yeah we provide a .pdf, Steam provides .doc for all their games it seems. But as popsUlfr says, openoffice is what to get, you'll always need a good office suite (so why not get the best, that is free too Smile).
Well, personally I'm not in dire need of a manual, since I already finished the game twice (almost). Smile
I had also read the nice pdf manual that came with the demo (which I deleted with the demo when the full game was released).

The manuals provided by steam are mostly pdf, so may I suggest to occasionally ask Valve to replace the .doc file with your .pdf from the demo? Thanks, no sweat!
(09-20-2010, 04:15 PM)Mephisto Wrote: [ -> ]There's a only a .doc file, which cannot be viewed with wordpad!
Can can. But no pictures.