Link And Zelda Games
There are various Link and Zelda games that one can enjoy playing. The various games of The Legend of Zelda video games series include The Legend of Zelda, The Adventure of Link, The Link to the Past, Links Awakening, Ocarina Of Time, Majora’s Mask, Oracle of Ages, Oracle of Seasons, The Wink Waker, Four Swords Adventures, The Minish Cap, Twilight Princess, Phantom hourglass, Spirits Tracks and Skyward Sword. Let’s know in details about these games of Link and Zelda. The first game of The Legend of Zelda series was released in Japan on 21 February, 1986. The other cartridge version of the game, which uses battery- backed memory was also released in US in 1987. This game of Link and Zelda highlights a ‘Second Quest’ accessible on finishing the game or just by registering your name as "ZELDA" when beginning a new quest. In this quest the dungeons and item placement are different, and at the same time enemies are more difficult for the player to defeat. The other Link and Zelda games i.e. the second one which is called as The Adventure of Link was also released in 1987 August in Japan.
Just after the four years of the released of the second game of the series another game called A Link to the Past also released. This version of the Link and Zelda games added the concept of an alternate dimension, the Dark world. However, the next game of the series titled as Link’s Awakening was also released and this game was the Zelda game Nintendo’s Game Boy handled. The game was also first to set outside Hyrule as well as exclude Princess Zelda. The next game, Ocarina of Time was released in 2002 followed up by the Majora’s Mask which is also considered as one of the popular Link and Zelda games.
The other Zelda and Link games titled as Oracle of Seasons & Oracle of Ages were also released concurrently for Game Boy Color. These Link and Zelda games use passwords or Game Link Cable. The Wink Waker, which is also another game of the series, was also released. The gameplay primarily centers on controlling wind with a baton called the "Wind Waker" and sailing a small boat around an island-filled ocean, maintaining similar gameplay mechanics as the earlier 3D games in the series. Followed up by the resealed of different Link and Zelda games including Four Swords Adventures, The Minish Cap, Twilight Princess, Phantom hourglass, Spirits Tracks and Skyward Sword. However, one can also play these Link and Zelda games online.