Jan 8, 2008

DOGZ by Marion389 at 3:35 PM (1,663 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Marion389
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    Hola from Spain! I am a grandmother who has bought a DS Lite for a gift for a similarly aged person. We have craked the Brain Game but now have some GBA games without instructions. Is there anywhere where we can get the instructions, please? Otherwise this little dog will forever be stuck in one room with nowhere to go!

    I know this is a very basic request to those who use this forum, but as it's the season of goodwill, I thought someone might be good enough to advise.

    Muchas gracias. [​IMG]

    Marion 389
     
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    Hi moms! Nice to see you finally got into games, I bet those TV ads with Judi Dench/Patrick Stewart/Fern Britton etc. helped sway you lol!
    This site has scans of lots of game manuals, not sure if it has one for Dogz as I haven't had time to go through them. Theres a few other sites that also archive scans of game manuals just google for them.
    I take it you have worked out that the GBA carts go in the bottom of the DS (just checking lol)?
    Also 99% of games will actually have a tutorial when you start the game, or an option to select a tutorial from the menu. This is a much better way to learn how to play whether you have the manual or not.
    Hope this helps, I'm really surprised no one else answered your post, it's very rare for a topic to stay 0 replies here for over a day!

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    I did have a really great site bookmarked for game manuals but I can't seem to find it now. I'll edit this post again if I find it [​IMG]
    Are you thinking about buying a flashcard like I used to use? They are very cheap now and buying one is like buying the whole 3000ish GBA games in one go lol!
    Hope your having fun in the sun [​IMG]
     
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    www.gamemanuals.net
    http://www.replacementdocs.com/download.php?list.8
    http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/manuals/index.jsp#game
    although none of the above site list dogz
    http://www.ign.com will have a walkthrough for the game that will give you some help and advice
    http://www.gamefaqs.com (as above)
    when i looked on the ubisoft site (the makers of dogz) i went to the solutions centre and they game someone a .pdf document for a different manual
    ubisoft site solutions centre information
    maybe if you request the manual from here they will send you a copy the same way
    i'll keep on looking though [​IMG]
     
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    Hi Shelleeson, those are some great links, replacementdocs was the one I was looking for. Also gamefaqs is easily the best site for game related help yet I always forget to mention it!
     
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    [​IMG] i wondered why you missed gamefaqs i thought i was just heading in the wrong direction though [​IMG]
    a couple of those will be quite useful for me as well because i've not seen manuals for some of the games i've played (around 98% i've never seen manuals for) [​IMG]
    it's very frustrating when you first get into gaming because some games can be confusing even with manuals
     
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    Hola from sunny Spain

    Thank you for your replies, son, and the smiling lady. Will explore these sites shortly. Yes, son, now have a brain age of 48, which isn't bad for someone MUCH older than that! Lots of love. [​IMG]
     

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