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I recently scored the Imagic Shootin' Gallery cart for fifteen dollars...which I hear is pretty good due to it being somewhat rare. It's a fun game, but it came with no manual and I had no clue as too what I was doing. But from what I see on line there is a method to the madness on screen which from what I see, you need the manual to figure out. Anyone know where I can find a copy of the manual on line? I've come up empty in my searches.

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Guess what...nevermind. I found one in PDF of the actual book. After an hour searching I might add...I guess I just had to word it right in the search engine. Thanks to anyone who gave it an effort.

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I was about to chime in. I just got a book for that game myself. To put it in English, blast the heck out of the caboose, the monkey, and the bottom row targets.

@user42: Where on Earth did you find that book? I've heard it's rarer than rocking horse dung.

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That game doesn't support light gun use, does it?

 

Never mind. I just read the AtariAge description, which states that it does not.

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@user42: Where on Earth did you find that book? I've heard it's rarer than rocking horse dung.

 

I think that was scanned by user "bfstats" but I could be mistaken. If not him, it was one of the other great AA users that contributed scans to my manual collection project.

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That game doesn't support light gun use, does it?

 

Never mind. I just read the AtariAge description, which states that it does not.

 

Nah, it's the same style of game as the 2600 version of Carnival.

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I think that was scanned by user "bfstats" but I could be mistaken. If not him, it was one of the other great AA users that contributed scans to my manual collection project.

 

It's also in the DP manual gallery for years.

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I found it on my own...eventually. But user42 found the exact same one I did. I printed it out so I am all set. I appreciate you all looking. For as simple as it is, it can be a fun game.

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Are they all available in a post on this board somewhere?

Found them! Look really close at the bottom of post #2 or #7.

"Looking for Atari 2600 manuals? _Link_"

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Once I get my computer back (new or replaced hard drive), I'll be working on Imagic on my site. I just finished M Network including manuals. I got the majority of them, but am missing a few. Please help me fill in the missing manuals. Though I have at least one for each game, I definitely don't have all the variations, which I'm looking to complete. Any game that has a Canadian box version will have an English/French manual. So I'll need a few of those. I'm going to try and fill in manuals for smaller 3rd party companies, but eventually over the next 6 months or so, I'm hoping on completing the entire project. That is if if the world doesn't end in 12 weeks. :)

 

Phil

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