(re: So what did you like more?)
Interesting history on where those little boxes came from!
I have made the mistake (twice) of throwing out my old gameboxes in a fit of spring cleaning. Both times it was because I needed the space, but I wish now I hadn’t done that. I’ve been slowly collecting some of the big boxes when I can find them (have been visiting Goodwill an awful lot this past year!) It’s like a treasure hunt… and I’m SO excited when I find a box with the game and documentation in tact.
As for fun documentation, Runaway had a neat manual. It was nice to see something like that in a recent game, but then again, Runaway is a tribute to classic adventures in a lot of ways.