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Quest for Glory 1 Manual

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#1 Orion


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Posted 02 February 2007 - 02:46 AM

Greetings weary traveler -

Here you will find the much requested Quest for Glory Manuals in Adobe PDF Format. This is the first time they are available anywhere, and you are most welcome to use these items for personal use. However - please note, that by downloading these manuals, you are agreeing NOT to sell them for personal gain. I have put alot of work into making these available for you to use, and I, as well as Sierra, would be very angry to hear that you were profiting from their work. With that in mind, please enjoy these manuals.

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Finally! At long last, the much requested Hero Magazine, Issue IV is here (again)! That's right, the manual for Quest for Glory 4 - Shadows of Darkness is here for download!

A perfect companion for the previous three that have been available to you for some time now.

Grab one while it's hot! See the link in my signature for it and other manuals!

Right-click, Save As to download

Edited by Orion, 21 February 2009 - 10:25 AM.




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#2 Collector


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Posted 05 April 2007 - 08:17 AM

To complement this, you can grab the PDF that I made of the QfG manual (not the Famous Adventurer's Correspondence School booklet) that you can find on my QfG1 VGA entry on The Sierra Help Pages. It is not searchable, as I did not OCR it. I wanted to preserve the original look of the manual.

Edited by Collector, 05 April 2007 - 08:19 AM.

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#3 Almirena


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Posted 05 April 2007 - 01:10 PM

Gorgeous and helpful. These really do bring back my memories of how excited I was when I bought my first computer games. (I bought them before I even had a computer, and fluttered my eyelashes at fellow workers who did have computers and who were gracious enough to let me install and play... To be honest, I did not need to flutter my lashes. A heart-felt plea and a waving around of the games in their boxes were enough.)