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?
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.
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.