Return to this area as an adult and ride the leaf up to the Heart Piece. Indoors, it changes to an overhead view that lets you see things from above, while outdoors it switches you to a first-person view so you can look up, down and all around Link. Use the Lens of Truth to see small platforms and go forward to the first platform. Ganondorf will come out of the pile, and the Triforce of Power will change him into a monster, and he will now be Ganon. Go to the drawbridge in front of the marketplace during the day and run up to the top of one of the chains. Jump to the pillar and go through the twisted corridor to the next room. Water Temple - Defeat Shadow Link, Get Longshot Shadow Link copies many of Link's moves, so this is a very challenging battle.
Defeat the three Stalfos enemies to make a big treasure chest appear, then open it to receive the Fairy Bow. Speaking of Link's Shield, the R button is used to control it, while the L button is used for Options such as bringing up the transparent map in dungeons, etc. All the words you read and pictures you see over the following eight pages are based on one exhausting day's play with a 95% complete, English-language, version of Ocarina of Time. Go to the entrance of the Windmill and face away from the door. Go through the door to reach the Boss, Barinade.
Speak with Saria to learn how to play Saria's Song on the Ocarina. The Goron will then give Link a Goron Tunic and open up the doors to the Shop and the King's room. From entrance to Goron City, walk away and take the first right. While it isn't perfect controls take a little getting used to, graphics aren't up to Banjo's standards , Zelda has worlds of gameplay going for it. Fall into the hole to land next to a river.
Go into the new area to find three doors. Graveyard Four Pieces of Heart Go to the Graveyard between sunset and 11 pm to find Dampé. Well, I've never had the chance to play it but who couldn't be pulled in by the hype. When you reach the last door, a cartoon will show Ganondorf playing the organ with Princess Zelda as his prisoner, and Triforce symbols coming on Zelda's and Link's hands, and Ganondorf taking Zelda's Triforce of Wisdom, adding it to his Triforce of Power. After an automatic sequence, follow her up by removing the Iron Boots in the middle of the room. Climb down into the well and enter the small hole in the next room.
Go to the right, enter the first door and defeat the Floormaster. After a while, Ganon will fall, and the fire will go away. You'll traverse vast plains, wade through underground rivers, climb steep mountain passes, explore dense forests, and much more. There's no doubt that this game is going to look stupendous and will play to perfection a la Moro. It would be really great if you could please submit a description for this title as that makes emuparadise. Enter the door at the bottom of the stairs to appear in the room where the Bow was found and go through the next door.
Go through the twisted corridor, jump onto the pillar and enter the next door. Link will give the Ocarina to Zelda, and after he is taken away, you'll see a cartoon of everyone celebrating at the Lon Lon Ranch, and see the five Sages you rescued. Both times, Miyamoto's three year opera of pointy hats was enough to convince me of one thing: Zelda is the best game on the N64. Ocarina of Time is not so much Final Fantasy for kids as it is Super Mario with a sword. Climb down, step on the floor switch to free the Goron and open the treasure chest for a Key. At the end of the bridge, jump across the moving stone pillar to reach the central platform.
Climb up the fence to reach floor 3F and enter the door to arrive at an area with rolling rocks. Walk along the right wall and step on the floor switch to open the door next to it. Hit the floor switch with the Hammer and cross the invisible bridges to the door. When he's stunned by the Light Arrow, attack with the Sword. Continue stunning Big Octo until it turns around. Go right, walk around the corner and climb up the mesh on the wall.
When they're defeated, Zelda will give you hearts if you lost any, or if you didn't, she'll give you rupees. Enter the door and use a burning Deku Stick to burn the web on the opposite side of the room from the brazier. To use it, you'd press A again. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest is a special version of Ocarina of Time that wasn't initially released for the N64 in North America. When in doubt, bomb it! Mario featured great puzzles, limited action, and simple but large graphics. The world is different depending on which Link you are playing as. Enter the small opening to appear in the Castle Courtyard.
Before we get into the Tours, though, let's take a look at Zelda 64's control setup. Use Din's Fire to destroy the wooden spikes and open the big treasure chest for the Boss Key. Climb to the next ledge, hit the rusted floor switch with the Hammer and enter the door. Pick up the Bomb, take a few steps away from the cliff, then quickly go toward the cliff to throw the Bomb over the fence. Defeat Anubis with Din's Fire to unlock the doors, then enter the other door. Forest Temple - Get the Bow From the Temple entrance, go forward and enter the next two doors. Drop into the water, then dive down and touch the underwater switch to temporarily lower the water.
Go to the right and push the large brown block forward all the way. Climb to the next ledge, hit rusted floor switch with the Hammer and enter the door. Face the locked door on the high ledge and get on the mesh floor on the right. There are no descriptions available for Zelda Ocarina of Time Multi Pack in our database. Water Temple - Find the Boss Exit the room where you found the Boss Key, and return to the main room. The flames around the big treasure chest will temporarily extinguished, which gives you an opportunity to get the Boss Key. Go to the middle of the room and defeat the final Poe Sister, Meg, to activate the purple torch and the elevator.