I'm no developer, but I figured this would be the place to ask. I'm old school, and wish to have some documentation for my programs, at least complex ones. This has long made me wish that, If it were possible, Devs', especially those who make strategy games, could include a .pdf file with some basic instructions. One example is Great Little Wargame. I've had it for a long time now but haven't been able to play it because I could not find rules for it anywhere, and I don't believe it includes a tutorial. I don't believe I'm just being thick; I've spent hundreds of hours playing the likes of Europa Universalis, Hearts of Iron, all of the Panzer General games, and Steel Panthers: World at War, which I doubt anyone would describe as simple. So, is it possible to bundle a non-native iOS assets like a PDF file in with a game, or does an app have to be a single, stand alone file? Productivity apps often come with example .pdfs, but they are designed to manipulate them within the app. It would be great (at least for me) to be able to buy a game, export the instructions into iBooks, my PDF reader of choice, or print them out before diving in. This coming from someone who actually read the entire Falcon 3.0 manual If it can't be done, perhaps some designers would consider linking to .pdf's instead of just YouTube videos or websites which have to be scoured though to find any relevant info. Just an example: I think many people who own Playdek games, at least hardcore gamers (hardcore as in gamers who enjoy complexity), would find it very helpful to have a rulesheet and cardlist available for perusing while not in the game. If they can't be included, maybe some dev's would consider linking to pdf's.