Considering this game's outer packaging is about as colorful as it gets for Nintendo's Famicom, you might think its instruction manual is similarly vibrant, right?
Well, guess again. I have a feeling that has less to do with the powers that be at Enix being cheapskates, though, than it does with Door Door being the company's debut release for the system that North Americans know as the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Still, this adorable platformer-puzzler's manual is worth a look due to its smattering of precious illustrations.
No such drawings can be found on the manual's first few pages, unfortunately, although the cover image thankfully doesn't disappoint.
A black-and-white screenshot pops up on the sixth page, but I'm guessing most of you won't find that too thrilling. (Don't worry, I'm also not impressed.)
Finally! Here are the drawings for which we've been waiting, Are they the most amazing things ever? Not really, although I do think they're pretty darn cute.
A few more such illustrations appear on the next four pages, this time in an effort to show players how Door Door works.
Door Door's instruction manual wraps up as all worthwhile manuals should, in my opinion--with cute images of food! Sadly, they're as lacking in color as the rest of the manual's illustrations. Oh, well, at least their in-game counterparts are suitably chromatic.
See also: '12 import games I bought in 2012 but didn't tell you about until now: Door Door (Famicom)'