Windows Zero Legend - A tribute to the Legend of Zelda

Discussion in 'Work in Progress' started by BigBrotherBear, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. BigBrotherBear

    BigBrotherBear Member

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    A pixel-for-pixel remake of the original NES title, The Legend of Zelda. © 1986 Nintendo

    The complete over world, name registration, and item selection is complete. Just need to add the dungeons and enemies. I will be adding a 3rd quest as well.

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    OneDrive link: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Antze46_KH6j2WcSK1Quj1xzUX3n

    Controls
    Enter = Start
    Enter (during play) = Toggle sub menu
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    Space = Select
    Space (during play) = Toggle tile-based collision reveal
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    Arrow Keys = Move
    X = A
    Z = B
    Esc = Exit game

    F3 = Take a screenshot (Stored in C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Local\Zero_Legend_2)
    F4 = Toggle Full Screen (will be remembered next launch of game)
    F5 = Toggle Testing Text
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    C = Cheat input
    rupees = 255 rupees (infinite)
    bombs = 16 bombs (infinite)
    keys = Have the Lion Key (infinite)
    allitems = All items/weapons
    triforce = All of the Triforce pieces
    life = All life
    quest1 = First Quest
    zelda = Second Quest
    invincible = Cannot lose life
    bluering = Blue Ring
    redring = Red Ring
    greenring = No Rings
    woodsword = Have the Wooden Sword
    whitesword = Have the White Sword
    magicsword = Have the Magic Sword
    save = Save to your player file
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    I hope to add some updated graphics that you can toggle during game.
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    Design Document
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    Last edited: Jan 1, 2019
  2. Piece0pie

    Piece0pie Member

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    Wow, you clearly have put a lot of thought into this. I assume you are doing this to add it to your portfolio/to see if you can? Clearly an act of love.

    I would be really interested to see a "sequel" of your own design building off of what you put together! Don't get me wrong the classic Legend of Zelda is great, but also available on everything. As a player is there really an advantage to playing an emulated ROM vs a reconstruction?

    That said this looks brilliant!
     

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