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Instructions for Abracadabra, anyone?

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I know that it's been asked before, but does anyone have the instruction manuals for Abracadabra and/or Ozzy's Orchard?

 

The received wisdom is that they dont exist, but at least one serious collector claims to have found them.

 

It would be great to be able to archive these manuals at Atarimania, if anyone had them...

 

Thanks :)

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I know that it's been asked before, but does anyone have the instruction manuals for Abracadabra and/or Ozzy's Orchard?

 

The received wisdom is that they dont exist, but at least one serious collector claims to have found them.

 

It would be great to be able to archive these manuals at Atarimania, if anyone had them...

 

Thanks :)

 

I have Abracadabra and as far as I can remember, there is a manual.

 

But it could be a pirate copy. No box, and it's a yellow cart and a

cheap-looking manual. Not sure. I've just digged out my old

ATARI stuff after YEARS in boxes on the attic.

 

LC

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I remember Abracadabra and Ozzy's Orchard but it has been a looooong time since I played either of them.

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Another bump.

 

I know that this is an old topic, but although a couple of guys have now claimed that they have seen instructions for Abracadabra and/or Ozzy's Orchard, no images have been forthcoming.

 

Does anyone have the instructions for either or both of these games?

 

I guess that boxes would also be cool... ;)

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I discovered Abracadabra by accident, while looking through a ton of XEX roms, and fell in love. The music is great, and the gameplay is a combination of Pulsar, Tutankham, and, I dunno, Montezuma's Revenge? But thoroughly original at the same time. I did a search, found this thread and now I include Ozzy's Orchard as another gem. Thanks to TG Software whoever they were for bringing us these 1983 classics.

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