Question about Sega Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games for DS
I'd say it's a perfect Easter gift even without the instruction booklet. Mario & Sonic At The Olympics is more of a collection of mini-games. Before each individual game or sporting event it should show the instructions for how to play it on the screen.
However, if you'd still like to get the booklet, there are a few websites you can go to and purchase it:
This website has the instruction manual for your game, as well as thousands of other games.
eBay also has some copies of the manual for you to purchase.
GameFly also lists game play controls for a lot of their games, including this one, if you don't need a physical copy.
You could also try your local Gamestop. Quite often they can't/won't help you at all, but occasionally they might have an extra manual lying around that they might give you for free/cheap.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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