The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
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Name The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Company Nintendo
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ROM 1 MB
Country North America
Video NTSC
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ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials
Legend of Zelda:A Link to the Past has been extensively hacked.

Utilities

Hyrule Magic is the principal Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past editor. It is available here.

Translations

GreekRoms translated this game into Greek. It can be downloaded here.

SadNES City translated this game into Italian. You can download it here.

Hexagon translated this game into Portuguese. You can download it here.

The Translators translated this game into Swedish. You can download it here.

Hacks

There is a very thorough Zelda 3 hack currently being developed by GameMakr24 called Zelda 3 Challenge: Quest for Calatia. When completed, this will be an entirely different game in the Zelda series, featuring new worlds, music, graphics, and dialog. Information on this hack is available here.

The Legend of Zelda: Parallel Worlds is new hack released by Euclid and Seph that came out on December 31, 2006. It is a very extensive hack that modifies the whole overworld as well as dungeon maps. The game includes a modified story, original puzzles, lots of new graphics, a high degree of difficulty, and a boatload of other stuff. This is currently the most extensive Zelda 3 hack available to date. It can be found at: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/197/ Note: This hack was previously known as "Tower of the Triforce", and a demo was released some years ago.

Miscellaneous

GameMakr24's site is back! Zelda 3 Challenge: Quest for Calatia will be a complete rewrite of Zelda 3, with a new overworld, new dungeons, etc.

According to a post by GameMakr24 on ACMLM the project is still going on.

External Links

GameMakr24 was previously responsible for the Zelda Challenge: Outlands, which did a similar feat for Zelda 1 and had over 130,000 downloads.