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Pro tip: Vidoe only tutorials suck. It takes far to long to watch what can be read in 10 seconds or less. Put the basics in print, preferably in an indexed and searchable PDF file. Otherwise you look like a bunch of amatures who have trouble doing basic documentation.
Sorry, but that's just sad - the game is fun to play (at least for me), but it could be so much more with a little bit more work (like shipping a manual, or basic UI playtesting).
Bingo. Basic documentation is a necessity for any software release. Esepcially a game.
I find it strange that this development team has been in business 20+ years and this fact escaped them.