The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild started as a 2D prototype in the style of the original Zelda on NES. While Nintendo never did anything with that starter set of code, a fan has done his own work to bring a 2D Breath of the Wild...Show More Summary
The Legend of Zelda is a series of classic video games, each unique and iconic. This is best exemplified by the most recent entry, Breath of the Wild, which revolutionizes the Zelda formula. The exploration and creative thinking in Breath...Show More Summary
You can play the demo right, now before the project gets shut down. Remember the 2D prototype for
The Nintendo Switch launched with a decent collection of games, headed by the incredible The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. While Zelda is a massive adventure that you can easily sink hundreds of hours into, eventually you’ll want...Show More Summary
One of the most unusual things about Zelda: Breath of the Wild is its truly open world, wherein you can make a run for the final boss right from the beginning, though winning that battle is another matter. That freedom of exploration...Show More Summary
Whether you’re waiting on your Nintendo Switch to be delivered so you can play through the new Zelda game or have already run through it several times, you’ll be happy to know that there’s another Breath of the Wild treat in store for you. Show More Summary
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild began as a 2D-looking prototype, which Nintendo unveiled in a GDC talk followed by a "making of" documentary. Now hardcore Zelda fan and itch.io game developer WinterDrake is making a full game based on that premise. Show More Summary
A fan-made 2D version of the Nintendo Switch and Wii U outing of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has made its way into the public sphere. Now there's already a countdown as to when Nintendo will step in and shut the project down...
Dungeon Chef is what happens when you mix the RPG elements (and style) of a Legend of Zelda game, with cooking elements. Although, now that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also has cookingelements, so maybe the gameplay is not so novel. Either way, this is a pretty good looking game for all your RPG junkies out there. [Read more]
Nintendo may never release the prototype it made for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in the style of the original NES game, but a fan just has. A developer, who goes by the named WinterDrake, has released Breath of the NES for free on the Itch.io game-distribution platform. This is a remake […]
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is great for many reasons. One of its standout features is how different mechanics react to one another. Shoot a tree with a fire arrow, […] The post Fan Creates Playable Version of Breath of the Wild’s 2D Prototype appeared first on Geek.com.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild does not dole out rewards predictably. Often you’ll spend an afternoon figuring out some elaborate puzzle, only to walk away with some rupees or a weapon you didn’t need. Other times the reward will be just as “useless,” but more special than any pile of loot could be. Read more...
Wondering what it was like to play Breath of the Wild in 2D? Nintendo knows how it works, since they build a prototype before moving over to the main game. Now a fan has been inspired by that prototype, so he set out to make a playable version for all to enjoy. It's likely Nintendo will squash this soon, so hop in and give it a shot while you can! Play here
A Zelda: Breath of the Wild player managed to get a Guardian to fly using a Korok leaf and a raft. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild‘s engine allows for all manner of bizarre and creative solutions to problems. Because the game doesn’t spell out these solutions most of the time, players are […]
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Earlier this year, Nintendo showed off a 2D version of Zelda that it used to conceptualize some of the mechanics in Breath of the Wild. It was cool! No surprise, then, that a fan decided to recreate that prototype so that anyone could play it. Read more...