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(WANTED) Tristan Pinball [1991] User Manual - PDF

Posted at 00:36 on September 9th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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http://youtu.be/eX5Eg_uc_y0

I have the original game and hard copy manual but it's always a pain to drag it out to look up one of the "validation names" every time I want to play it. I know I could get the cracked version but would rather not. :D
Posted at 07:52 on September 9th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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This looks interestingly simplistic. Is it a shareware/freeware game?
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Posted at 12:34 on September 9th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Originally posted by Mr Creosote at 07:52 on September 9th, 2013:
This looks interestingly simplistic. Is it a shareware/freeware game?


This game is commercial software.

I have this package. Unfortunately, my package doesn't include manual.
Posted at 17:48 on September 9th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Originally posted by Mr Creosote at 07:52 on September 9th, 2013:
This looks interestingly simplistic. Is it a shareware/freeware game?


Yes simple but a joy to play even to this day. It might be the first pinball game I owned and have been hooked ever since. As mentioned it is commercial. The Mac version is still being sold. There is a new version for iOS but I haven't tried it. A few fans from the Netherlands even built a real world version.

http://www.littlewingpinball.com/doc/en/gameinfo/tristan/index.html
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Originally posted by core at 12:34 on September 9th, 2013:
Originally posted by Mr Creosote at 07:52 on September 9th, 2013:
This looks interestingly simplistic. Is it a shareware/freeware game?


This game is commercial software.

I have this package. Unfortunately, my package doesn't include manual.


I have the DOS version box with the free pinball included. I know there was a later version with a flipper included. I'll have to break down and make a PDF myself or maybe just Xerox the pages that I need handy.
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Edited by allshookup at 17:51 on September 9th, 2013
Posted at 13:37 on December 24th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Hello, my name is Tim. I came here looking for a manual and I thought I'd have trouble finding one when I saw this topic, but I actually have found a PDF of the validation codes for the game. The link is below; enjoy!

[Please do not post links to websites leeching other websites' bandwidth! Link to original sources instead. -Mr Creosote]
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Edited by Mr Creosote at 17:39 on December 25th, 2013
Posted at 01:28 on December 25th, 2013 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Originally posted by Tim 13 at 13:37 on December 24th, 2013:
Hello, my name is Tim.


Your link did not work for me but you gave me a good lead. I'm looking through the PDF now. Someday I'll do a full color scan from my manual and make it available. Thanks and Happy Christmas!
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