Zelda: Triforce of the Gods
Title screen.
Publisher Waixing
Developer Mars Production
Original developer Nintendo
Console Famicom
Date 2004
Alternate names/hacks The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past

Zelda: Triforce of the Gods (塞尔达传说-三神之力) is a bootleg game developed by Mars Production and published by Waixing for the Famicom. It is a backport of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the SNES.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The game plays similar to the original, although more limited. For example, the player can't move diagonally and the sword's range is marginally more limited than in the original. Some of the elements in the game (such as the bosses) were changed, likely due to hardware constraints. There's new original music featured in the game (without counting the title theme, which is extended), which changes in a set order every time you move to a different screen.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The dungeons in Dark World were placed differently, unlike in the original.
  • "Turtle Rock" and "Ganon's Tower" dungeons are missing, the Pyramid can be accessed with 6 crystals.
  • The original animation used for world-changing is absent.
  • Link's sprite is yellow in the game.
  • The Game Over screen is taken from the intro from the Mega Drive game World of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck.
  • Game Over is misspelled as Gome Over.
  • The artwork on the case and cartridge are taken from a Korean MMORPG called Lunentia (루넨시아).
  • The game softlocks on a Game Over with the music still playing and must be reset upon getting one.
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