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Instructions and Rule Booklets
PrintNinja recommends you keep the following guidelines in mind in order to design an instruction manual.
A game cannot exist without standardized rules for a group of players to follow. There are many ways to display instructions with your game, the most popular being a booklet, as seen below. For board games, you could also print the instructions on the inside of the box. A cost-effective option for card games is to print the rules on your tuck box or on an extra card included in your deck.
If you’re interested in reading more about creating board games, be sure to check out our custom board game hub. This part of our site contains all the information you need to know about creating a board game – beyond just the standards listed here, this hub also contains detailed information on all the types of materials and packaging types we offer for your game. We’ve also analyzed board card games to figure out what makes them work – and how you can apply these principals to your custom card game. There’s lots more to explore, like special features you can add-on to your card game to make it stand out. Check it out!
Instruction Manual Design Standards
- Size: No standard size, photo shows 6 inches x 9 inches
- Cover Paper Weight: No standard weight, photo shows 70lb text
- Interior Paper Weight: No standard weight, photo shows 70lb text
- Finish: Gloss
- Binding: Saddle-stitched
- Interior Page Count: No standard count, but page counts need to be a multiple of 4
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