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Greetings Adventurer!

By NintendiumMan All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Fantasy

PROLOGUE: Instruction Manual

ENCEPHALANX: A FANTASY ADVENTURE

Greetings Adventurer! Prepare to embark upon an adventure of the most fantastical in nature.

Over the course of the next few hours (or days, based upon your adventuring expertise) you will get to enjoy and explore the luscious landscape of Ogilria. Before we begin, I find it best to warn you of the many dangers of this adventure. Go get your caretaker in order to ensure proper installation.

System min Requirements:

CPU: Installovision v. 10.4.3 78.9 GHz

AMD CPU: DNT5627

GPU: GTX 4510-11-05

AMD GPU: Radium HD 4510-11-05

RAM: 1.2 ZB (1.2 mil PB)

OS: Windows 3998 (For better results, download Windows 11)

Direct X: DX 64

DDTA: SRHDXDMP Holodisk Drive

Installation instructions: Please insert the first holodisk labelled "Install" into your Neurological Disk Drive. Allow time for any necessary updates to download. Please prepare Neurological Core for gameplay by deleting any unnecessary information saved to the data core.

After Installation is successful, please insert the play disk into The Cranium Controller (tm), and allow the game to begin.

Menu Navigation: Each of the menu options does a separate action.

New Quest: Allows the user to start a new adventure.

Load Quest: Allows the user to continue from any saved adventure on file. (A true Adventurer saves often. You never know when the next enemy will be too much for you.)

Options: Change the options of the game. (For more on options, please flip to page # 900 of the instruction manual.)

Necessary Knowledge for Aspiring Adventurers:

The land of Ogilria is in peril! The Kings and Queens of the Six Kingdoms have encountered a mad neurosis and are declaring war upon one another! Take upon the role of an intrepid adventurer of the large army of the Sub-Ogilria Protection Force.

Meet memorable characters such as Sergeant Stekel, the second in command and student to the leader of the SOPF; Queen Sara of Greater Bellthos Area, a just ruler in search of stability within the kingdom; and Crazy Carl, the enjoyable vagabond.

Lush fields, Deep Caverns, Active Volcanoes, Sweeping Oceans, Conflict, Betrayal, War, Peace, Honor, Magic, Science, History, SMALL AMENITIES!

Enjoy all of these and more in...

ENCEPHALANX

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