Quest 6 Game Manual
Contains information about game installation, game interface, game
strategy, technical support and credits. Also
contains some cool design sketches. You can also download the handy
dandy PDF file. Click here (712
KB) to download it. You'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader
to open PDF files.
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This funny documentation (in tradition of the Space Piston Magazines
and the Galactic Inquirer) came with Space Quest 6. You can also
download the handy dandy PDF file.
Click here (3 MB) to download it.
You'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to open PDF files.
manual comes in handy when you don't have a clue how to get started
with Space Quest 6. It offers some hints and screenshots. It was
only supplied with the original retail version and is not included
in the Space Quest Collection. The quickstart manual consists of
3 pages that can be unfolded to make one large page. The front side
shows a beautiful panorama view onto the streets of Polysorbate
LX and the other side contains the hints and screenshots.
manual is actually very special because it offers an unique view
onto the streets of Polysorbate LX, which differs from the game.
The artist team of Space Quest 6 created a "Panorama view".
The Popular Janitronics magazine has a very small picture of this
special view (click on the picture on the left for a close up).
However, the quickstart manual offers a cool full color version.
If you compare the two picture with each other, you'll notice the
small black and white picture has been "cut off" on the
left and right side, while the quickstart version hasn't. However,
the quickstart version has these "Having trouble getting started?
Don't get frustrated. Get a clue! Look inside." text blocks
thingies covering up most of the right page. Too bad huh? Maybe
this panorama view was part of a rejected intro cinema movie (like
the Deepship 86 Shuttle launch and the Delta Burksilon V arrival)?
We may never know.