|Description:||Beta version of a very well designed Zelda clone, with excellent graphics and gameplay. Not yet complete, but close.|
|Author:||Arnaud Schmitt |
|Downloaded file size:||44,884 bytes|
|Size on calculator:||74 KB|
|User rating:||10/10 with 12 votes (you must be logged in to vote)|
|File date:||2001/01/22 15:57:26|
|Source code:||Not included|
|Site update history:||2001/01/22: Updated to version 0.3|
2000/07/01: Updated (no version number specified)
2000/03/08: Updated to version 0.2
1999/12/10: Updated (no version number specified)
1999/12/05: Added to site
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1193 01-21-01 13:33 readme.txt
74236 01-21-01 13:31 Z49v0.3en
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|User comments:||pom2Ter |
The greatest game ever! There is nothing to add. The pictures talk by themselves. Just download this game and enjoy!!!
Great game! Great port of the Gameboy version.
This is one tight game! It's one of the best one's I've played on the HP49G. Keep up the good work
Pretty good game. You should try it!
If I could just get the shovel to work, this game would be even better than Antoine's Cyclo...
Does not work on HP49G+. GFX flicker as well as both contrast controls turn the contrast up! Instead of Up/Down!!!
Great game! ...I wish i could discover how to finish the cave stage... TRY IT!
On the HP50g, the graphics flicker and there is a margin at the bottom of the screen that temporarily burns in animations, which can get annoying. There are some things missing in this game that's not in the original Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, such as no owl, lack of a lot of enemies (no skeletons, goombas) and I think there's a glitch, or maybe it's not yet completed, but it seems impossible to be able to finish the first dungeon level (I see stairs but I can't climb them). I hope there will be another version to addresses these issues because this is a really fun game.
I know very well Arnaud Schmitt who is just sitting in my living room right now (but does not want to give his new email address, sorry). I guess (and he confirms) he is not supporting Zelda anymore (moreover on HP50 which he does not even know; seems it is a new and unkown device for us), but is ready to give all source code to anybody who wants to upgrade it.
He is today too much busy with Prince of Persia programming on TI92 (joking ;-) he got a real job actually). Anyway we are just glad to see he is so famous even today, some years after he spent so many nights on this game.
Just to conclude, by the way do you know Zelda exists on Nintendo DS, with colors and so on... ?
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