It's quite hard to find one of these even though they are often available, they are rarely found with instructions as the instruction manual is 84 pages and covers the basics of machine code programming, it makes an excellent starting tool to make you think correctly. because the manual is so big it was either too fat to fit inside the standard plastic flip cases and was either left outside of the case or supplied A4 size in an envelope. what makes them even harder to get, is that the manual is written in a single language because of its size, and so even if you do find computer programmer in one of the more Videopac proliferate countries, odds are its manual is not in your language. It's hard to suggest a general rarity level on this as each manual version for language has varying levels of rarity. English, French, German, Dutch & Danish, there seem to be more German ones floating around than others, and there is no confirmation as yet on the existence of Italian, Swedish, Spanish & Finnish. so if you have one of those let me know ta!PLAYING
Not that it can be played really...I actually owned one of these in 1984, it cost my parents ?12.99 and the shop had to order it in, I remember it came in a brown shipping box that perfectly fit the cart, and the manual was Videopac manual size but fat. anyway, it soon got shelved as you spent hours typing in the most rudimentary of operations. and then you ran it, and then you switched off as you couldn't save your work in any way as the cart had no battery storage and it wasn't until the BASIC module arrived that programmers could save their work.