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Price vs. Product.
User: Sad Enemy
Date: 1/29/2018 3:31 pm
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I really did everything in my power to try and get the absolute most out of my game dollar for dollar. However, I am stuck at a crossroads that I just can't get over. So I figured maybe some of you could help me with this. Do I keep my game at the low price point I want it at with no physical rulebook? Or go $2 over the price point I wanted and include the physical rulebook?

Re: Price vs. Product.
User: tarotbear
Date: 1/30/2018 5:36 pm
Views: 107
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Just my two cents, but people buying a physical game might prefer a physical rule book in their box, although you can put it as a download on your shop page and mention CLEARLY that the seller needs to print out the rules to play the game.

Re: Price vs. Product.
User: maurymorimoto
Date: 2/19/2018 6:33 pm
Views: 38
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For me, it would depend on how long the rules are.  If a game's rules fit on the front and back of a standard piece of printer paper, I don't mind downloading and printing them at home and wouldn't hold it against a game for not having the rules included.  But if the rules are longer than that, I'd rather receive the rules booklet with the game.

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