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The Icon Bar: Games: Simon The Sorcerer
 
  Simon The Sorcerer
  sinns (16:59 5/5/2011)
  filecore (17:59 5/5/2011)
    sinns (22:08 5/5/2011)
      sinns (06:19 6/5/2011)
        filecore (07:17 6/5/2011)
        arawnsley (10:12 6/5/2011)
  CJE (11:41 6/5/2011)
 
Simon Inns Message #117601, posted by sinns at 16:59, 5/5/2011
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Does anyone have a PDF copy of the manual for this game? I brought an original copy on floppy for my A440/1 from ebay, but it came without the manual. It seems I need the manual to get around the copy protection screen unhappy
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Jason Togneri Message #117602, posted by filecore at 17:59, 5/5/2011, in reply to message #117601

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Although the publisher doesn't supply the manual (unsurprisingly preferring instead that you buy another copy in order to get one), you can find it from this site. You can also find a scanned version of the manual online.

Sheesh, can't anybody use Google these days?
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Simon Inns Message #117604, posted by sinns at 22:08, 5/5/2011, in reply to message #117602
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I only managed to find the first link which was no good since the manual was reformatted and didn't have the symbols needed. I will try the second one; thanks for the link.
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Simon Inns Message #117610, posted by sinns at 06:19, 6/5/2011, in reply to message #117604
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Both of the links don't help... The Arch version is asking me to look at page '35' (the highest so far). The links seem to be a later PC version of the manual unhappy

So, does any one have the original Arch manual? I am even happy to buy it (with or without the rest of the game floppies/box/etc) for a reasonable price.
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Jason Togneri Message #117611, posted by filecore at 07:17, 6/5/2011, in reply to message #117610

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Can't find it, but I honestly can't imagine it's any different from, say, the Amiga version. Certainly, I had loads of other ports on my Acorn, and the manuals tended to be generic or identical for the most part. There are loads of Amiga copies on eBay, some for just a few quid.
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Andrew Rawnsley Message #117613, posted by arawnsley at 10:12, 6/5/2011, in reply to message #117610
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Pretty certain we have a Simon the Sorcerer (my own personal copy) on the shelf. Maybe even the CD version. Drop me a line at the usual R-Comp email address and maybe we can work something out.
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Chris Evans Message #117616, posted by CJE at 11:41, 6/5/2011, in reply to message #117601
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If you want to buy a legitimate copy of the 32page manual as supplied by Gamesware. We have them in stock! £5
It will be on our website tomorrow at:http://www.cjemicros.co.uk/micros/individual/newprodpages/prodinfo.php?prodcode=GAM-STSMAN
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