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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES) Extra - Secrets + Chris Houlihan's Room
Secrets found in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Played in real time on Snes9x 1.54. [00:00] Sweeping Lady in Kakariko If you sprinkle some Magic Powder onto the Sweeping Lady in Kakariko, next door to the Bug-Catching kid's house, she'll turn into a fairy. If you leave and then return, she'll return to normalcy. [00:17] Free Potions! Come By Again! You can get free Green Potions by tossing an empty bottle into the fairy pond in either the Waterfall of Wishing or the Pyramid of Power. [00:52] They Say Eating Fish Makes You Smart. After draining the pond surrounding the Swamp Ruins, the fish that appears can be picked up and tossed into any body of water, and in return, you'll get 20 rupees. If you take it to the guy who sold you the bottle at the beginning, you'll get 20 rupees plus other goodies. [04:40] Free Magic Decanter. You can freeze certain enemies with the Ice Rod (Gibdos, for example), and then crush them with the Magic Hammer to get a large magic decanter. This well-known trick is explained by a telepathic tile in a cave east of Level 5: Ice Palace. [05:30] Turn a Cucco into a Lady. Two houses within Kakariko Village have pots that hide cuccos underneath them. However, you can only turn one of them into a lady by sprinkling some Magic Powder. She'll then scold you for this and wishes she could return to her cucco form. [06:20] Cucco Attack Self-Explanatory. [07:00] Blacksmiths' Helper(?) The two blacksmiths will rebuke you if you whip out that Magic Hammer and using it on the welding table. [07:27] Mario Time! There are some references to the Super Mario series in this game, notably Chain Chomps and Warp Pipes found in Level 7: Turtle Rock, and Mario paintings hung on the walls of some Kakariko houses. If you pull on them, you'll be knocked back and rupees will scatter all over the floor. Though not shown in the video, you can also pull on the Pyramid statues and on the Turtle Rock's right foot to find secret rupees. [07:46] Chris Houlihan's Room Chris Houlihan won a Nintendo Power contest a long time ago and had his name put in the game as part of a prize. This room is not accessible in the GBA version, it has to be done on the SNES version. You have to perform a series of well-timed dashes (I recommend first timers start from Kakariko Village), and if you get lucky, you'll land in Chris Houlihan's room.
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So many Dark World SECRETS | Zelda Link to the Past | SNES mini Classic
Now that we have the magic hammer, we can find so many Dark World secrets! Woohoo! We get a TON of heart pieces, the ability to fast travel with the Flute, turn invisible with the Magic Cape, and get some powerful weapons including the Bombos Medallion and Cane of Byrna ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ ☑️Twitter: ◾ http://www.twitter.com/SpartanGlenn ☑️Discord: ◾ https://discord.gg/NVYGDtHNVYGDtH ⏩TIPS and DONATIONS⏪ ◾ https://youtube.streamlabs.com/spartanoverdrive ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ This video is part of a larger SNES series in celebration of Nintendo's #SNESmini Classic. Come join the adventure and help Link and me gather the #Triforce pieces to defeat the evil Ganon and save Princess #Zelda! The mini #SNESClassic Edition is released September 29, 2017. 21 games included with the SNES Classic Edition: Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, F-Zero, Super Metroid, Street Fighter II Turbo, Super Punch Out, Castlevania IV, Donkey Kong Country, Mega Man X, Kirby Super Star, Final Fantasy III, Kirby's Dream Course, Star Fox, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Contra III, Secret of Mana, Earthbound, Super Ghouls N Ghosts, and the never released Star Fox 2! ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ 🎵Music Credits🎵 ♫Matters EDM/ThisNameIsAFail - "Super Mario Bros 2: Overworld Theme" - https://soundcloud.com/thisnameisafail/super-mario-bros-2-overworld-1 I have a license to use Nintendo’s content in this video through the Nintendo Creators Program. This video is not sponsored or endorsed by Nintendo, but any advertising revenue from this video will be shared with Nintendo.
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Zelda: A Link To The Past - All Quest Item Locations (24)
00:00 - Lantern 00:46 - Magic Mushroom 01:04 - Bombs 01:20 - Bug-Catching Net 01:52 - Magic Powder 02:26 - Pegasus Boots 02:59 - Book Of Mudora 03:23 - Ice Rod 03:51 - Good Bee 05:02 - Zora's Flippers 05:40 - Magical Boomerang 06:17 - Magic Mirror 07:26 - Ether Medallion 07:55 - Quake Medallion 08:30 - Bombos Medallion 09:16 - Shovel 09:48 - Flute (No Power) 10:29 - Flute (Full Power) 11:06 - Cane Of Byrna 12:07 - Magic Cape 12:43 - Super Bomb 13:45 - Silver Bow & Arrows 14:22 - Free Green Potion (A) 14:57 - Free Green Potion (B)
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The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past Part 15: A Secret to Everybody
While guiding an elderly man back to his home, Link stumbles across a treasure chest he is unable to open on his own. And the only one who can help him requests his silence on the matter. Thanks for watching!
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The Legend of Zelda : A Link to the Past - Things You Didn't Know!
With the release of Majora's Mask for the 3DS recently I thought I'd go back and play some of the original Zelda games, here is a few things you might not have known! Things You Didn't Know is a series that showcases random facts, easter eggs and gameplay on a variety of games, this series posts every Thursday. Google+ url : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/114269937645936277714/114269937645936277714/posts/p/pub Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/chippygaming Click "Like" and "Favorite" if you like this video. Helps us make more! Tell us what you think in the comments below. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
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A Link to the Past - Secret of the Cucoo Lady
I explore an unusual secret regarding the famous attacking Cucoo swarm in A Link to the Past. Full Secrets and Glitches playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCHCo5y2qvaxiHNQuCrOqradPoMfsNbF0 For video game trivia, secrets, and more; visit my website at http://www.zeldarocks.com/ .
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Zelda A Link to the Past Extra Ending
READ THE INFO IF YOU ARE SOOO CONFUSED ABOUT HOW TO GET THIS AND HOW COME THIS HAPPENED? ETC. This is the extra ending of Zelda A Link to the Past after completing the Palace of Four Sword (Extra dungeon on the GBA version). Of course, I did a mirror glitch to get into the 4 Sword Palace and completed it very early (before defeating Ganon and not requiring to do the 4 Swords Multiplayer game), this explains why the Game time (at the end of the extra credits) is a quick under 2 hours and the amount of items is low compare to average (any%) runs. From 12th June 2007 Any negative comments will be deleted.
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Let's Play A Link to the Past #05 - Secret Secrets
In this episode, we attempt to acquire the Pendant of Courage from the East Palace, but trouble awaits us there. You can also use the Pegasus Shoes to dash into trees and get items from them, but I didn't demonstrate that. I'll check it out later. Thanks for watching!
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A Link to the Past: Tempered Sword early and Pyramid as Rabbit
This is a response to Greenalink's early Tempered Sword video, to show my own version how to get the sword early as well as getting to the other side of the poles on the bridge. I did the Mountain Descent glitch before, I suggest you go and look that up in case you are wondering how I'm a bunny in the Dark World. If you use the mirror the same frame as you are jumping down a cliff, Link can move one pixel forward each time. Do this three times until you reach the ladder. Then you walk up as high as you can, do one more mirror jump, stand still and then move up. Getting through the poles is slightly trickier to do. Step 1: First you need to get to the other side of the fence. Use the mirror as far to the left as you can, then move 1-2 pixels to the left before going back to the Dark World. Use the mirror without moving and then move go to the left. Step 2: Once inside, you need to go a bit to the left so that Link will get stuck in the fence. When you now press down, Link shall appear above the fence. Step 3: Press up and directly after, up+left and Link should get stuck walking into a wall. If Link moved to the upper right, you held up too long or didn't release up+left at the same time. Step 4: When you got the right position, press down+left at the same time and Link will move down and end up inf ront of the leftmost part of the fence. If he doesn't, you either were too far to the right in step 2, didn't go as high up as possible in step 3 or didn't press down+left at the very same time in step 4. Step 5: If you end up in the right position, hold up and Link will jump across the screen. Once there, this method is the easiest: Press right once, down once, hold right and last press down and you are through! This is a different, but much easier, method than I used in the video. As I can't get into the Pyramid the way, I ended the video with a little glitch :). In the GBA version you can enter the door with the save trick, but I was unable to get in there in the SNES version.
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Zelda: A Link to the Past - All GBA-Exclusive Boss Fights
All 5 exclusive boss fights in the GBA remake of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past in Full HD 60fps. Mastered without taking damage. Our YouTube Network: http://www.unionforgamers.com/apply?referral=z6prcktnosv1ai | Our 2nd Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWjxkqcU6h7Sh7CuUoYTvWg |
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A Link to the Past tricks and glitches
This is a movie showing a couple of timesaving tricks and glitches in A Link to the Past. It was mainly done for http://www.zeldaspeedruns.com/ (A great Zelda site focusing on Speedrunning) to include some information about the 2D Zelda titles as well. Anyway, to the movie itself! I should start off by saying that I didnt find all these myself. The ones I found myself are: The bomb boost shortcut in Palace of Darkness, bomb boost in the Ice Palace and both the Shooting items through moving blocks glitches. 1. Normally when you go into the room and straight down, Zelda will start talking. If you hold right atonce, youll be able to go around the tiles that trigger the text and can pull the lever at once. Doesnt really save more than probably half a second, but is very easy to do. 2. The skeletons in this room wont appear until you go to the middle area of the room. It will thentake a while before they become visible. During that time, youll still be able to kill them using pots. If you manage to kill two before they become visible, the door will open. Normally four skeletons will appear in the room that you have to kill. 3. The anti-fairies will disappear from the pot if you kill all other enemies in the room. That takes toolong, so just get damage, lift the pot, stand on the button, wait until you can press the button and grab the chest! 4. This should however be quite well known. For it to work, youll have to stand 1-2 pixels from the hole, put a bomb behind Link and youll hopefully be boosted across. If you charge up the sword, Link will walk slightly slower, which makes it easier to stand in the right position. When you want to go back, simply dash against the chest. 5. This bomb boost is much easier to do, as you dont need to be as close to the hole to get over. Its easier to be too much to the right/left instead. Once you have boosted, hold right to get to safe land! 6. If you place the mirror warp point where the ocarina will land when you dig it up, youll automatically teleport to the Dark World as soon as you have picked it up. This is actually slower in an any% speedrun because you are supposed to be in the Light World when you are 7. A third bomb boost! This one is the trickiest yet, but skips nearly the whole temple. I cant really give you any more advice or such than can be seen in the movie. Both where you place the bomb and where you stand matters for it to work. Its easily done that you hit the blocks when you boost. If you succeed, then just go to the boss and kill. 8. You can shoot items through blocks while they are moving, such as fire rod, ice rod, arrows, hookshot etc. The same glitch can also be used in Links Awakening, Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons. At this place, it saves a lot by not having to move all blocks and go into the small area where the torch is located. 9. During the second phase of the fight, Arrghus normally goes up as soon as you have hit it. But if you use the fire rod twice and then release a spin attack, youll be able to kill it at once without waiting for it to fly up and land again. 10. Most people who buy the Super Bomb, walks around the area the normal way to get the bomb to the pyramid. But it is actually faster to warp to the Light World and back to the Dark World via the gate teleporter. 11. After you have lit the four torches, you have to ride the platform back to the start, as you cant just walk off the platform down the hole. But if you use the hookshot on one of the torches, youll fall down at once and can go through the door faster. You cant get hurt while using the hookshot, so if you want to get through faster without getting hurt, this is one method. Having full health saves some time later in the dungeon because you can shoot with the sword. 12. First off, you can skip going through into the teleporter by dashing against the wall and fly over it. You can also get hurt by the beetle and, while blinking, go through it without teleporting away. If you dont want to go around on the invisible floor, do like this. 13. Heres just a way to clear two of the many enemy rooms you have to clear in Ganons Tower. The second one is simple, but if you are unlucky in the second room, the beams will hit the spiky thing instead. 14. Another use of the items-through-moving-blocks glitch. 15. It is actually possible to kill Ganon without having the Silver Arrows. Just before he teleports away after he has fired the fire bat, there are a few frames where you can hurt him with the sword. Easiest way to hit him is to charge up your sword and release it while he is blinking. Several hits are required, but eventually he dies. I also do another glitch with the torches. When the last phase starts, the torches will run out, always starting with the left torch. If you light the left torch before the right one goes out, the right one will never go out.
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Zelda: A Link to the Past [SNES] Playthrough #02, Hyrule Castle: Saving Zelda
This is video #02 in my playthrough of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the SNES. In this episode, we name our legendary hero and start our quest. I will go with the name of Link. The game opens at the home of Link and his uncle, who receive a telepathic summons. Link's uncle tells him to stay behind. Now where is the fun in that? Before leaving, Link should pick up the Lamp from the chest (time 1:40). Otherwise, he will be in the dark in many places. He needs magic power to light torches with it. Outside, we find that it is raining. A nice detail for an SNES game! Link's house is in the center of the world. Most of the ways are blocked off by soldiers, but they will give Link some useful advice. Link has to head north to the castle. The main entrance is guarded, so Link has to uncover a secret entrance on the eastern side (time 5:29). Sneaky! In the secret entrance, he will find his uncle, who has been overcome (time 5:42). After giving Link a brief lesson, the uncle hands over a sword and shield! Nice. The uncle never explains what happened to him, though. In the southern room, Link can get magic from the pots and 5 Rupees from the chest (time 6:18). Link can go outside and return to get more magic from the pots until he fills his magic meter. After collecting some rupees from the Hyrule Castle courtyard, Link heads through the main entrance (time 8:33). I love the music in here. If you go out onto the ramparts, do not try to strike the energy barrier in front of the center door, or you'll get shocked (time 9:42). Anyway, the first object is to go to the northern hall on the first floor and take the stairs down to B1 (time 10:54). In the first room, Link has to get a Key from the blue soldier and the Map from the chest. The path through B1 is pretty straightforward--don't expect this to last! The soldiers are pretty easy to knock into pits in the halls beyond. To the west and north, Link will have to defeat the green soldier to open the shutters to the east and south (time 12:18). In the tight room to the east, a blue soldier holds a needed Key, and the chest contains the blue Boomerang. The Boomerang is useful for stunning enemies. After going through the locked door, Link can go downstairs to B2 (time 12:54). Right away, he can go down to B3. This is where he'll find Princess Zelda in the dungeon. She is guarded by the Ball & Chain Trooper (time 13:11). This enemy drops the Big Key needed to open the door to Zelda's cell. The princess reveals the way out. Excuse me while I listen to Zelda's theme in its entirety. Next to her is a chest containing 5 Rupees (time 14:37). The object now is to get to the first floor. Should be easy enough. Zelda will have more advice when they reach the entrance hall (time 16:10). They must now go upstairs to 2F, the throne room. Behind the thrones, Link and Zelda must push the ornamental shelf from the western side (time 16:44). Pushing it from the other side doesn't work, and Link can't push it alone. As Zelda warns, the secret passage is very dark. Lighting torches will increase visibility, but they do not stay lit long. Beware of thieving rats. The route is straightforward down to level 1F (time 17:47). After getting past some Ropes (snakes), Link heads down to B1 (time 18:09). Look out for rats and Keese. The chest to the east contains a Key (time 18:29). Through the locked door to the north, Link and Zelda reach the scenic sewer portion of their tour (time 18:36). They must head west and then north. One of the rats holds a Key (time 19:53). Past the northeast Keese, there is a locked door leading to the north. The next hall, though rat-infested, is well lit. To the north, the game's first serious puzzle awaits (time 20:32). Yes, it is a brain-busting block puzzle. Actually, it is very simple. Just go up the middle and move the northern block out of the way to gain the stairs. The rooms on the first floor contain a generous population of rats. In the southern room, Zelda provides advice on reaching Sanctuary (time 21:03). The eastern lever opens the door. The other one drops Ropes into the room. A long scene takes place as Link delivers Zelda to Sanctuary (time 21:46). Zelda tells Link about what Agahnim is up to. The priest advises Link to consult the village elder for information about the Master Sword. Before leaving, Link can open the priest's treasure chest and get a Heart Container (time 23:06). Yay! Upon leaving, excuse me again for listening to the vibrant arrangement of the overworld theme. Thanks for watching! This video is part of my Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past [SNES] Playthrough playlist. This is the version originally released for the SNES in 1992. I am playing on the SNES 9x emulator. All characters, story, music, artwork, and other components of this game are the property of their respective owners. Played and recorded in SNES 9x version 1.53. Produced with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
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SNES Super Stars 2018 [169] - Zelda: Secrets of the Past (Any%) by ElminsterRTA
SNES Super Stars 2018 [169] - Zelda: Secrets of the Past (Any%) by ElminsterRTA -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/speedgaming
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Zelda A Link to the Past: So Many Secrets - PART 16 - Game Grumps
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Let's Play A Link to the Past #08 - My Little Secrets
In this episode, I show off some more secrets and then begin the climb to Spectacle Rock, the peak of Death Mountain, itself. Thanks for watching!
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Video Walkthrough
This is a walkthrough / playthrough I did of the Super Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the past. I go through this in one sitting, and get all the heart containers and items. I do miss some events I suppose since I don't talk to everyone, but I do get all obtainable items. Thinking on it....I suppose I really didn't need to collect the map or compass in each dungeon....
Views: 1595758 SaikyoMog
The SECRET FAN Room In Zelda A Link To The Past - Video Game Mysteries/Rumors
Today we are going to look at rumors, myths, secrets, mysteries, features, enemies, areas, map, dungeons, bosses, levels, locations and objects from #thelegendofzelda a link to the past for the nintendo snes, gameboy and later on as a semi remake on 3ds. This is one of the zelda games with many others in the series like the legend of zelda breath of the wild, the legend of zelda twilight princess, the legend of zelda majora's mask, the legend of zelda a link to the past, the legend of zelda a link between worlds, the legend of zelda the wind waker, the legend of #zelda skyward sword and many others. These games have been released on a ton of consoles like the wii, 3ds, nintendo switch, gameboy, gamecube, n64 and a lot more We save so much time by using glitches and tricks. And today we are gonna look at a certain location in a link to the past thats tied to a fan concept. A room known as the chris houlihan room and why it is in the game and how to get there. #nintendo MORE awesome videos!: https://www.youtube.com/user/johnkelon ------------------------------­---------­---------------------­------------------­------------­--- Thiefbugs Stream - https://www.twitch.tv/thiefbug Dr.Wily's yt Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/TheWildfire9 Source - https://tcrf.net/The_Cutting_Room_Floor or thiefbug himself ------------------------------­---------­---------------------­------------------­------------­-----
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past by Xelna in 1:47:03 - AGDQ2019
Runner introduction starts at 0:05. Run starts at 0:22. JHobz interviews heyZeusHeresToast at 1:52:00. Couch commentary is provided by Angie, Screevo, and bluntbunny Sooraya is the host. This speedrun was recorded live at Awesome Games Done Quick 2019, a weeklong charity speedrun marathon raising money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Awesome Games Done Quick 2019 is just one of the many charity marathons put on by Games Done Quick. For more information on AGDQ2019, find us at: https://gamesdonequick.com Looking for live updates? Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GamesDoneQuick Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GamesDoneQuick
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past PART 14: Ganon's Tower
With all the maidens finally rescued, they use their combined powers to break the barrier surrounding Ganon's Tower on Death Mountain. Ganon's Tower is the final stronghold and the last line of defense for the evil king. Throughout this lengthy dungeon Link revisits some old friends, although they prove no match for his upgraded weaponry. The penultimate battle is at the very top of the tower. Watch along to see how it pans out!
Views: 40377 Spectacular66
SNES CLASSIC EDITION | Zelda a Link to the Past in Under 5 Minutes: Is It Still Possible?
So there is a well known glitch in the Legend of Zelda a Link to the Past that let's you beat the game in under 5 minutes....is this still possible on the SNES Classic? Let's find out!!
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A Link to the Past! Secret "Chris Houlihan" room!
In the early '90s, Nintendo Power had a contest for a lucky winning gamer to get his name and his own secret room in the upcoming Zelda game, A Link to the Past (SNES). I entered that contest, but didn't win. A guy named Chris Houlihan won instead and got his own room in one fo the greatest games of all time. Though this room was removed from the GBA port, it remained in the Wii Virtual Console release, as you can see here.
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Zelda: A Link to the Past [SNES] Playthrough #15, Level 3: Skull Woods
This is video #15 in my playthrough of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the SNES. Link reenters the Dark World through a teleporter between the Lost Woods and Kakariko Village. It is accessible from the north side with the Magic Hammer. The Skeleton Forest is the counterpart of the Lost Woods in the northwestern Dark World. The third dungeon, Skull Woods, is located here. In fact, it has three sections and numerous entrances. The "3" on the map denotes the entrance to the final section, where the boss is located. The first entrance that Link uses is a hole directly northeast of the entrance from the teleport tile (time 0:42). Great, more Hardhat Beetles. Link heads south and through the door to the east. Before grabbing the chest north of the fire bar, Link heads through the doorway to the north (time 1:59). There are Gibdos and a Stalfos here, but they are trapped behind skull pots. Just watch out for the Wallmaster, which will take Link back to the entrance if it grabs him. The northwest chest contains the first Key. The door to the east leads to an entrance from the forest. Back in the room to the south, Link grabs the Compass from the chest (time 2:55). However, this also makes holes appear, so be careful. Link then heads to the room to the east, which is overrun with traps, bumpers, Gibdos, and a persistent Wallmaster. The center chest contains a Key. Through the locked northeast door, Link will find the room with the Map (time 4:05). He will have to trigger the first star switch to open the chest safely. To the west, Link exits the dungeon for now. Outside, he travels through the ribcages to the northwest so that he can reach another dungeon entrance (time 5:02). This is the central section of the dungeon. Baris, Gibdos, and a Wallmaster infest the entry room. After taking out the normal enemies, Link will have to pull a statue onto the switch to weigh it down so that he can go through the northern door. The room to the north has Stalfos, a red Bari, a Gibdo, and a Wallmaster (time 6:07). The chest contains the dungeon's Big Key. After collecting this, Link leaves the dungeon again. East of the ribcage tunnels, the center bush hides a hole leading into the eastern section of the dungeon (time 7:43). He lands safe in a ring of skull pots near a Helmasaur and a Hardhat Beetle. The cracked wall to the west can be bombed through. He should trip the uppermost star switch before going through. In the room to the west, he has to pull on a switch to blast open the southern wall (time 8:31). Past some Mini-Moldorms, he finds a big chest containing the dungeon's hot treasure, the Fire Rod. This will defeat certain enemies in one shot, such as red Baris and Gibdos, but it also eats up magic. After collecting this, Link is done with the eastern section of the dungeon. He heads through the ribcage tunnels again and reenters the central of the dungeon (time 9:27). He then goes two rooms to the west. A Key can be found under the northwest pot (time 9:54). For ease, you can now proceed to the final section of the dungeon. For completion, I will go around to the final entrance to the dungeon. Past some tunnels to the north, east, and south, there is a hole leading to the north central room of the dungeon's central section (time 10:22). The star switch in the middle will rearrange the holes in the floor. In the southwest room, Link can now enter the locked door (time 11:01). There are three Helmasaurs, and the floor around the central sections will fall away shortly after Link enters. After grabbing the treasures here, Link leaves through the southwest exit. The entrance to the final section of the dungeon is in the northwest corner of the forest (time 12:04). To enter, Link has to shoot the gross tongue extending from the dungeon entrance with the Fire Rod. If he gets here with at least one Key, he can go ahead through the locked door to the north. If he does not, he will need to go downstairs and thread his way to the northeast door to the room to the east. There are Gibdos and spike traps in the eastern room. The southwest door from the eastern room leads to the first room's chest, which contains a Key (time 13:29). Armed with the Key, Link heads through the northern door in the first room (time 14:07). This room features Baris, a Wallmaster, and a sort of maze requiring the use of star switches to get around to the eastern door. The hall to the east requires the lighting of four torches (time 14:53). After clearing out the mummies, it is most expedient to use the Fire Rod to light the torches. It is required for the northernmost one. The northern exit to the west leads to a room with a Gibdo and Mini-Moldorms (time 15:44). The exit is hidden behind some vines in the center of the northern wall. In the room to the north are a Hardhat Beetle, a Gibdo, a Mini-Moldorm, and a Helmasaur. The Gibdo holds the Key. Description continued in the comments.
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LoZ:  A Link to the Past #39- Treasure Time 6
Link obtains two new very important things in this video. First Link goes to where his house used to be and buys a Super Bomb. He then goes to the Pyramid of Power and blows a hole in one of the walls. There is a fairy inside that is willing to help Link out. Link gets his bow and arrows upgrades to the silver arrows which are necessary to defeat Ganon. Link also gets his sword upgraded again. Afterwards Link heads toward Turtle Rock.
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Chris Houlihan Room - Easter Eggs in A Link To The Past - DPadGamer
It's time for more Legend of Zelda Easter Eggs! Grab your cuccos and magic powder! Heres some Easter Eggs in A Link To The Past. Enjoy! New videos and livestreams are uploaded every week! Subscribe! ▶ https://goo.gl/9Xe5Nq Watch all my Glitch videos!: https://bit.ly/2JkDptu ▼ Check out these videos ▼ More Easter Eggs With DPadGamer using this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0_l_0ZOFQEJvzrdHdqod773nLhaoV-lR Easter Eggs in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hesWmmrG9Q Follow me on Twitter for updates and stuff ▶ https://twitter.com/DPadGamer Support me on Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/DPadGamer Join my official Discord server ▶ https://Discord.gg/qaJtbPr Check out my merchandise! ▶ https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/DPadGamer ▼ More information about DPadGamer ▼ Hey there! Do you like Easter Eggs, Glitches, and Fun Facts in videogames like Terraria, Banjo-Kazooie, Super Smash Bros, and more? If so, then you've come to the right channel! I love finding and sharing small details in video games, which is why I create my Easter Egg videos. It gives me a greater appreciation for games I already love, and after watching them, perhaps you'll feel the same way. ▼ Here's information about the games featured in this video ▼ The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is the third game in the The Legend of Zelda series, and the first and only one for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. After the side-scrolling and more RPG-like gameplay of The Adventure of Link, A Link to the Past was a return to the overhead view and gameplay style of the original. It introduced the concept of two different worlds (one dark, one light), which was revisited to an extent in its console successor Ocarina of Time with two time periods rather than dark and light worlds. A Link to the Past was re-released in 2002, on the Game Boy Advance system, sharing a cartridge with Four Swords. Easter Eggs in A Link To The Past - LTTP Easter Eggs - Easter Eggs With DPadGamer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USZtfoCipf8 DPadGamer https://www.youtube.com/dpadgamer #Zelda #EasterEggs #DPadGamer
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Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past Walkthrough Part 7
For a higher quality version of Parts 7 & 8 of this Walkthrough combined, click the link below: http://www.gametrailers.com/player/usermovies/233604.html Here is part 7 of my walkthrough of The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past. It goes from the battle with the bosses of the East Palace through parts of the Light World to the secret underground fairy cave west of Link's House. Areas explored in this video: -Light World: The area around the East Palace, the area east & south of the river, the prairie south of Link's house, the area around Lake Hylia, and the area around Link's house. What you'll find in this video: -How to defeat the group of Armos Knights, the Eastern Palace boss. -Link getting the Pendant of Courage after defeating the Armos Knights. -Link meeting with Sahasrahla & being told more about the legend. -Link getting the Pegasus Shoes from Sahasrahla. -Link getting bombs & rubies from treasure chests in a hidden room in Sahasrahla's hideout. -Link getting the Good Bee from the cave east of Lake Hylia. -Link getting the Ice Rod from a secret cave (bomb needed to expose it) east of Lake Hylia. -A secret cave west of Lake Hylia (bomb needed to expose it) where a thief-like character gives Link 300 rubies & where Link gets treasure chests containing rubies, bombs, and arrows. -A secret underground cave (running dash into a rock pile covering the entrance needed to expose it) containing containing fairies west of Link's house.
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A Link to the Past Review and Retrospective SNES The Legend of Zelda
Here's my little review and retrospective of the Super Nintendo classic The Legend of Zelda : A Link to the Past. All clips and videos belong to their respective owners "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (GBA) Extra - Palace of the Four Sword + Alternate Ending
PLEASE READ BEFORE COMMENTING! Many things in this walkthrough are explained in video subtitles and also in the description below. Please read these before asking questions. My complete Palace of the Four Sword playthrough for The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past & Four Swords. The alternate Dark World ending sequence is also included. Played with cheat codes on VisualBoyAdvance 1.7.2 re-recording v23.5 svn421. NOTE: At first, I was planning on splitting this video into two parts, but I decided to combine them together instead. I also reencoded the video in High Definition (720p HD) format. The Palace of the Four Sword is a bonus dungeon ONLY available on the Game Boy Advance (GBA) version of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. The official way to get in there is to beat both LttP and the multi-player Four Swords extra that comes with the GBA version (you'll have to play Four Swords with a friend who also has a GBA copy of LttP), but for this video I used a cheat to get past the fox guarding the entrance. If you want to use a glitch at Level 4: Thieves' Town instead, that's perfectly fine, too. Palace of the Four Sword cheat code: 030038F0:20 Inside the bonus Palace of the Four Sword, there are rematches with the first four Dark World bosses (Arrghus, Helmasaur King, Mothula, Blind), except they now have new colors and are more powerful. The Four Dark Links (aka Doppelgangers) are the final bosses, and defeating them will award you with an alternate ending sequence with scenes from inside and outside the Dark World dungeons. Also included at the end is a Quest Log that takes into account your item usage, number of times you save your game, fairies used, rupees found, enemies slain, and your total play time. Here are the time-stamped notes for the altered Dark World bosses and the final boss, as usual: [01:34] Boss #1: Arrghus II Arrghus is now surrounded by Tentacles that can electrocute you if you're not careful. His main jellyfish is also orange instead of red. [04:51] Boss #2: Helmasaur King II The Helmasaur King is now green with an orange mask. He also spits out mini Helmasaurs while his mask is gone. After you break his mask for the second time, you have to shoot a Silver Arrow at the eyeball that appears on his forehead. [07:26] Boss #3: Mothula II Unfortunately, Mothula now has two clones that are impossible to distinguish from the real one. He also generates new ones if you destroy both clones like I did. The best strategy is to simply kill one clone and let the bees that arise fly out to the real Mothula. [10:00] Boss #4: Blind II Don't be fooled if you see Blind disguised as Link's uncle; after he reveals his true form, you have to return his detached heads to him to inflict damage on him. [12:13] Final Boss: Four Dark Links (aka Doppelgangers) The Dark Links in this game are colored in green, red, blue, and purple, and all of them have their own abilities. The use of spin attacks is strongly encouraged. Green Dark Link: This guy is pretty easy since he only uses regular sword swipes and the Pegasus Shoes. Red Dark Link: Even though he starts using the hurricane spin attack, he is pretty easy to defeat. Blue Dark Link. This one is a bit tricky. Not only does he use the downward thrust, but he also goes invisible with the Magic Cape to prevent you from attacking him. Stand to the side of him when he uses the downward thrust to avoid getting hit. He does not use the hurricane spin attack. Purple Dark Link: He uses every attack method including regular sword swipes, the Pegasus Boots, the hurricane spin attack, the Magic Cape, the downward thrust, and also shoots fireballs.
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LOZ A link to the past Part -4 Darkness and Heart Containers
So we got princess zelda found the secret passage in the throne room killed some mice found the old man and got a heart container.
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Zelda A Link to the Past - Did You Know Gaming? Feat. Arlo
SUBSCRIBE for more Zelda Easter Eggs ► http://bit.ly/DYKG_Subscribe Ganon Facts ► http://bit.ly/2myag6p Check out Arlo! ► http://bit.ly/2IhV0Cn In this episode, Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past facts, secrets, Easter eggs and history! A Link to the Past was made by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo (SNES), and was later ported to the Game Boy Advance (GBA). Through our analysis of A Link to the Past's gameplay and beta builds, we hope to show some of the more interesting facts from the making of Zelda games and have its history explained. Follow DYKG on: Twitter: http://bit.ly/2oOavs2 Instagram: http://bit.ly/2oO4jjA Facebook: http://bit.ly/2nIrFp9 Website: http://bit.ly/NpYDbD Video Editing by Luis Illingworth @HeyRaguio Sources/Further Reading: http://www.glitterberri.com/a-link-to-the-past/zelda-is-your/ http://www.glitterberri.com/a-link-to-the-past/the-men-who-made-zelda/ http://www.glitterberri.com/a-link-to-the-past/development-interview/ http://www.glitterberri.com/developer-interviews/miyamoto-horii-discussion/ https://www.zeldadungeon.net/hyrule-historia-reveals-zelda-in-a-sci-fi-suit/ https://www.gamekult.com/actualite/miyamoto-la-wii-u-et-le-secret-de-la-triforce-105550.html http://web.archive.org/web/20141031154038/http://www.officialnintendomagazine.co.uk/57137/features/monkey-men-talking-to-michael-kelbaugh-and-kensuke-tanabe/ https://tcrf.net/The_Legend_of_Zelda:_A_Link_to_the_Past#Cannon_Trooper https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/zelda/images/1/1a/Yarna_Desert.png/revision/latest?cb=20091111031903 https://tcrf.net/The_Legend_of_Zelda:_A_Link_to_the_Past#Skull_Statue https://zelda.gamepedia.com/Street_Merchant https://zelda.gamepedia.com/Great_Fairy#A_Link_to_the_Past https://zelda.gamepedia.com/Lumberjack https://twitter.com/nintendoamerica/status/532667840307167232
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Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - GBA - Four Swords Palace Secret Ending
View below for info and ToC ↴↴↴ This playthrough of A Link to the Past for Gameboy Advance is complete up until the very last dungeon and face-off with final boss Ganon. At that point, I employ a glitch to enter the Four Swords Palace, defeat the dungeon and Link's doppelgangers, and unlock the secret ending to the game. You don't really need to play to the very end to beat the game this way, but I did so for 2 reasons: 1. It's much easier when Link is all the way powered up. 2. I'm going to release a video of the same complete playthrough that ends the game the standard way. Skip to glitch: 3:19:50 Skip to Four Swords Dungeon: 3:21:18 Skip to Secret Ending: 3:37:14 -----Table of Contents----- Game Beginning: 3:10 East Palace: 24:45 Desert Palace: 41:36 Mountain Tower: 1:04:22 Getting the Master Sword: 1:11:50 Hyrule Castle: 1:18:10 Battle With Agahnim: 1:22:54 Dark Palace: 1:30:47 Swamp Palace: 2:04:24 Skull Woods: 2:17:55 Thieves' Town: 2:26:23 Ice Palace: 2:37:18 Misery Mire: 2:49:28 Turtle Rock: 3:08:20 Glitch: 3:19:50 Four Swords Palace: 3:21:18 Secret Ending: 3:37:14 My source for glitch information: http://www.jaytheham.com/zcw/A_Link_to_the_Past_Glitches_-_Four_Sword_Burglar I used this walkthrough for a fair amount of the game: https://www.zeldadungeon.net/a-link-to-the-past-walkthrough/
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Zelda: A Link To The Past - All Equipment Upgrades (10)
00:00 - Sword & Shield 00:26 - Master Sword 01:56 - Tempered Sword 03:25 - Goddess Sword 04:59 - Red Shield (A) 05:35 - Red Shield (B) 06:06 - Mirror Shield 06:16 - Blue Mail 06:51 - Red Mail
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The Making of Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past - Super Nes
I've covered a lot of Sega games on my channel but now it's finally time for a Nintendo game to get the spotlight: Zelda III. One of the reasons why I eventually bought a SNES :) The Making of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past the 16-bit smash-hit for the Super Nintendo. In this episode we briefly explore the start of the franchise and R&D4 the famed division let by Miyamoto. It was during this period that industry legends like Takashi Tezuka (director and game design) and Koji Kondo (music) Kensuke Tanabe (Scenario Writer) joined Nintendo. We further dive into the 3 year long development cycle of this legendary Zelda game. Big thanks to http://shmuplations.com/ for translating many great interviews with game-developers from the past. Dragon Warrior gameplay footage by NintendoCaprisun https://www.youtube.com/user/NintendoCapriSun/videos Music used in this episode: 0:00 Cyndi Lauper - Eventually 0:40 Super Mario Bros. 3 Akihabara Electric Circus - Maze 1:38 Super Smash Bros. Melee - Hyrule Temple 2:13 Super Mario 64 - Starman 3:03 Zelda Sound and Drama - Hyrule Castle 4:20 Super Smash Bros. Wii U - Hidden Mountain Forest 4:47 Madonna - Ain’t No Big Deal 5:11 F-Zero - White Land I 5:27 A Link to the Past - Kakariko Village 6:24 A Link to the Past - Intro 7:32 Zelda Sound and Drama - Forest Theme 8:42 Zelda Sound and Drama - Dark Overworld 10:00 Zelda Sound and Drama - The Goddess Appears 11:11 Zelda Sound and Drama - Sanctuary Dungeon 12:30 Orchestre de Jeux - A Link to the Past ----- My Patreon account: https://www.patreon.com/strafefox
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - Part 17 | Digging Around
Welcome to my 100% walkthrough of The Legend of Zelda: A link to the Past. This playthrough will be fully commentated and I will guide you through the wonderful world of A link to the Past! In this episode we do some sidequests and play some mini-games! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ●Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubAFP ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ●Patreon: http://bit.ly/1Xyj48o ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ●Playlist: http://bit.ly/1RTlURO ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with me! ●Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AwesomeFaceProd ●Twitter: https://twitter.com/#awesomefaceprod ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ●About the Game The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is the third game in the The Legend of Zelda series, and the first and only one for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. A Link to the Past was returns to the overhead view and gameplay style of the original. It introduced the concept of two different worlds (one dark, one light).
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The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past - All Bosses (No Damage)
►A Boss Compilation of All Boss Battles in Zelda A Link to the Past & ENDING ►ALL BOSSES PLAYLIST : https://goo.gl/aJ0U6s ▼All Bosses in order▼ 00:00 - Armos Knight (Eastern Palace) 00:47 - Lanmola (Desert Palace) 02:18 - Moldorm ( Tower of Hera) 03:22 - Agahnim (Hyrule Castle Tower) 04:38 - Helmasaur King (Dark Palace) 05:37 - Arrghus (Swamp Palace) 07:13 - Mothula (Skull Woods) 07:59 - Blind (Gargoyle's Domain) 08:51 - Kholdstare (Ice Palace) 09:53 - Vitreous (Misery Mire) 11:06 - Trinexx (Trinexx) 12:12 - Ganon's Tower Boss Rush 14:26 - Ganon (Ganon's Tower) 16:55 - Ending ►Subscribe : http://goo.gl/f0beW2 ►Twitter : http://Twitter.com/YTNintenU ►Avatar Picture : http://ratchetmario.deviantart.com ►Wii U Account : TheGermanWalks ►No Commentary Gameplay by NintenU (2016)◄
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The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past Glitches - Son Of A Glitch - Episode 25
In this episode, we take a look at some interesting glitches in 'A Link To The Past' including glitches from the JP 1.0 Version of the game. Glitches - Death Mountain Descent Dark World Flute Glitch YBA (Yuzuhara Bottle Adventure) (JP V1.0) Item Dashing (JP V1.0) Hookdashing (JP V1.0) Spin Speed (JP V1.0) Fake Flippers (JP V1.0) Chris Houlihan Room Mushroom Glitch Red To Blue Shield Bumper Glitch EG (Exploration Glitch) GBA (Gameboy Advance) Boomerang Glitch Land Swimming Glitch Walk On Water Glitch Exploration Glitch (Gameboy Advance Ver.) Thanks for 30,000 Subscribers! This episode was inspired by Yuzuhara, Tompa, Andy (Laso), Jadin and Kryssstal, amazing runners of this amazing game. A+Start with Andy Please Like, Favourite and Subscribe if you enjoyed this episode and feel free to leave any questions or game suggestions in the comments below. Thanks guys! Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/AStartShow Like us on - Facebook.com/AStartShow
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How to beat A Link to the Past in under 3 Minutes
This is a tutorial for how to beat The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past in under 3 minutes! It's a really easy glitch, so give it a try! The video here performs it on a SNES, though I do believe it's possible on Virtual Console as well. It does not seem to be possible on the GBA version, however. LIVE STREAM: http://www.Twitch.tv/Scykoh Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/Scykoh
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Let's Play Zelda ALttP: Secrets of the Past [Part 1]: Castle Passageway
Info and download: http://www.zeldix.net/t1165-the-legend-of-zelda-secrets-of-the-past Another great romhack, this time by Superskuj! Can we unlock the mystery behind our father's sealing and bring peace to the world? For the first time ever, three co-commentary guests! Evan, Russ, and Moosh join us for this short playthrough.
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Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past #1 - Complete Walkthrough
Key Moments: 0:45 - Introduction Story Sequence 3:41 - The Quest Begins 4:24 - Lamp Acquired 5:55 - Secret Passage to Hyrule Castle Courtyard 6:23 - Level 1 Sword and Shield Acquired *** Hyrule Castle *** 8:00 - Enter Hyrule Castle 8:32 - Dungeon Map 9:37 - Boomerang Acquired 10:06 - Rescue Princess Zelda 11:10 - Escape Hyrule Castle 12:59 - Secret Passage to the Sanctuary ******************** 16:50 - Zelda Arrives at the Sanctuary
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Zelda: A Link to the Past [SNES] Playthrough #18, Level 6: Misery Mire
This is video #18 in my playthrough of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the SNES. Link is now ready to take on the sixth dungeon in the Dark World. To reach it, he must use the Flute and land at location 6 in the Light World, which is the southwest plateau in the Desert. The eastern block hides the teleporter that leads to the Swamp of Evil in the Dark World. It is quite rainy here. For a clue, Link can visit the eastern cave in the swamp (time 0:30). For 20 Rupees, he will learn what is causing the rain and what may make it stop. The dungeon entrance seems to be closed up (time 1:33). To open it up, Link must stand on the medallion plaque and use the Ether Medallion. Entry gained! Through the door, Link will be in the Misery Mire. After grappling across the gap, he heads downstairs to level B1 (time 2:09). He will start encountering Wizzrobes here. Defeating them all opens the northern door. In the large room, Link goes through the eastern door along the northern wall (time 3:02). Moving the block aside opens up the door to the north. After crossing a bridge, he can go down to a less sturdy looking bridge and collect a Key. After returning south a couple of rooms, Link takes the east door (time 3:36). There are three red Stalfos roaming around. A pot in the northwest corner has a Key. On the damage floor in the southeast, a pot hides a switch that reveals a chest with another Key. Link then exits north (time 3:54). He heads a couple of screens north and then a couple of screens west. In the northwest of the next large room is a switch to hit to lower the blue barriers (time 4:25). There is also a skull pot with another Key! Link exits south through the locked door (time 4:43). After crossing the damage floor with the Magic Cape, he exits south and then east. He will be in the northwest of the large room (time 5:16). On the cross-hatched floor, a pot hides a switch that reveals a chest with a Key. The room to the north houses some bomb slugs. A couple of rooms to the east and a room to the south, Link finds the dungeon Map (time 6:18). The locked door to the west leads back to the large room. Link then takes the southern locked door along the west wall (time 6:42). There is a conveyor belt along the outside of the room. A Bari holds a Key. The switch should be left blue. The way forward is through the locked door to the west (time 7:45). The next door is haunted by attacking tiles. If Link waits them out, he will be able to light the four torches in peace and open the northern door. In the room to the north, the chest contains the Compass (time 8:46). In the room to the south, Link goes upstairs to 1F (time 9:27). Going south, east, and north, he will find a telepathic tile with advice from Sahsrahla. Lighting the four torches in this area is not much of an issue with the Fire Rod, despite Wizzrobe interference. This expands the eastern room and reveals a hole to drop down. Link drops down the hole to B1 (time 10:41). He lands right next to the chest with the Big Key. The teleporter tile in the neighboring room leads to a room with Wizzrobes and a Big Key door. From there, Link heads back to the large room. He heads through the southern door along the eastern wall (time 11:28). In the room to the east, he rushes across a collapsing bridge to the dungeon's big chest. This treasure is the Cane of Somaria, a useful staff that creates a block with magic. Link returns west to the room with the Wizzrobes and the Boss Key door (time 12:30). Going through, he finds a teleporter that takes him to a hall with Anti-Fairies and another Boss Key door nearby. Past the Boss Key door, he heads downstairs to B2 (time 13:15). Great, a darkened floor. Through a locked door to the southeast is a chamber with a few Blue Rupees. In the west of the previous room is a switch under a pot. It must be weighed down, but what to use? A block made by the Cane of Somaria, of course. The room to the south has a large block in the middle of an X pattern of blocks (time 14:02). The main task is to exit west. The southeast section of the new room is a small maze guarded by a blade trap. To the north, the switch should be turned orange. In the northwest of the room is a bombable wall. Past it is another cache of Blue Rupees. The southwest exit from the room leads to a room with an orange barrier in the east and a blue barrier in the west (time 15:23). A switch is through the bombable wall to the north. The lights are back on in the hall to the west (time 15:49). In the north, the switch should be turned orange. Link then heads upstairs to B1 (time 16:22). Past the orange barriers to the west, Link finally finds the door to the boss chamber (time 16:33). Description continued in the comments.
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - Part 14 (Turtle Rock - SNES Swordless and Minimalist)
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES) Turtle Rock Dungeon Run Swordless and Minimalist Run Full Playlist Located @ http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=C2C702DF06FB40FD ===================================== Part fourteen of my Zelda playthru. Off I go to take on labyrinth, Turtle Rock. It's a bit more straight forward compared to some of the earlier dungeons, but it's long and only has a few hearts to pick up on the way. It does not help that some of the monsters inside hit for four hearts of health either. This is definitely an endurance run! ============================================================ Inspirations Firechan - http://www.youtube.com/user/firechan My Roommate, and getting the game on the Wii VC, making me want to play it again. Gamefaqs - http://www.gamefaqs.com/snes/588436-the-legend-of-zelda-a-link-to-the-past/faqs Looking up some info for Firechan, I saw a few guides, including one for a Swordless by LinkTheValiant and Minimalist by Javeman. These two guides inspired me to try to take up the challenge of completing A Link to the Past with those limitations. PinkKittyRose - http://www.youtube.com/user/PinkKittyRose qzecwx - http://www.youtube.com/user/qzecwx AzureBlade - http://www.youtube.com/user/azureblade49 All people I enjoy watching video game playthrus, and inspired me to try to make my own recording of it. Swordless Run by ChrisLQ - http://www.youtube.com/user/ChrisLQ Part #1 located at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8AEm3CP3kI, made me want to see if I could replicate the experience. Glitching "A Link to the Past" by Zanapher - http://zanapher.free.fr/zelda/faq.html Pretty much everything you'll ever need to know about glitching the game to your advantage.
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - Episode 16 | Ganon's Tower
We scale Ganon's Tower, get the Red Mail and defeat Agahnim! From there we chase Ganon to the top of the Pyramid! Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/ZeldaMaster2010 Like me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ZeldaMaster2010 Game: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Console: Gameboy Advance Intro song composed by: Smouvmaster
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Legend of Zelda, The - A Link to the Past (SNES) - Fat Fairy and PBEG to Ganon's Tower
http://www.gameanyone.com Note: In order for my videos to be GameAnyone exclusives, I have changed my upload policy. I will still be uploading playthroughs, but in order to get the full experience, visit gameanyone.com/Warblefly41. Otherwise, you will not hear any commentary from me, no matter how high you set your volume. Video walkthroughs: http://www.gameanyone.com
Views: 7580 Patrick So
Zelda A Link to the Past - Lv8 Ganon's Tower - Part 1 of 2
PLEASE TURN ON VIDEO ANNOTATIONS! Many things in this walkthrough are explained in notes on the video and also in the description below. Please read these before asking questions. Part 1 of 2 of my Level 8: Ganon's Tower walkthrough for The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Played in real time on Snes9x v1.43 rerecording with rerecords used to optimize video length. Equipment checklist: 20 Hearts, Golden Sword, Silver Arrows, 1/2 Magic, Cane of Byrna, blue or green potions - The Golden Sword and Silver Arrows can be obtained by buying a super bomb at the bomb shop north of the Swamp Palace and using it to blow open the cracked wall in the Pyramid. Inside is a fairy pond where you can upgrade your sword and bow. - The 1/2 Magic upgrade can be obtained by jumping down the well next to the smithy's shop in Kakariko Village and sprinkling some magic powder on the statue within. - The Cane of Byrna can be found on Death Mountain in the Dark World by jumping off the cliff just below the warp tile by the Mountain Tower and entering the cave on the ledge below. - Magic is required in a few places in this dungeon, so it's a good idea to bring some potions to restore it. Blue potions can be bought at the magic shop in the northeast Light World for 160 rupees and green potions can be obtained for free by throwing empty bottles into the Waterfall of Wishing farther to the northeast by the entrance to Zora's Waterfall. [00:09] Useless door Don't waste a key on this door, you can get to the other side of it by going down the right staircase on 2F instead of the left one. [02:59] Bomb propulsion There's an invisible path over the pit in this room that you can reveal either by lighting the braziers or by using Ether. However, it's easiest just to blow yourself across with a bomb. [03:22] Miniboss: Armos Knights The only difference between these Armos Knights and the ones in the East Palace is that the floor is icy. If you got the Silver Arrows it will only take one hit each to kill them. [04:47] Flying floor tiles If you did waste a key on the useless door at the start, you'll need to wait until all of the flying floor tiles in this room have been depleted. Then a chest with another small key will appear. [06:28] Invisible bridge There's an invisible bridge between the platforms in this room. Just dash straight left across it. [06:39] Two paths, one destination Both the left and right staircases on 2F lead you to this room. However, the left path has the map on it and I find it to be easier.
Views: 130101 Desbreko
Zelda: A Link To The Past - Major Rupee Locations (2,480R)
If you want to complete The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past you will need to spend 1,800 Rupees, this videos show you some easy and quick ways to earn Rupees, if you visit all the locations in this visit and collect the Rupees shown, you will have earned a total of over 2,480 Rupees. 00:00 - 70 Rupees 00:24 - 80 Rupees 01:05 - 310 Rupees 01:37 - 300 Rupees 02:31 - 340 Rupees 03:27 - 50 Rupees (Infinite) 04:15 - 380 Rupees 04:50 - 300 Rupees 05:11 - 300 Rupees 05:32 - 100 Rupees 06:33 - 50 Rupees 07:27 - 200 Rupees
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OVERWORLD SECRETS | Zelda Link to the Past | SNES mini Classic
Let's find all the overworld secrets now available in Zelda Link to the Past on our way to the Desert Palace. We get some more heart pieces, Pegasus Shoes, Ice Rod, Book of Mudora, and another Magic Bottle. ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ ☑️Twitter: ◾ http://www.twitter.com/SpartanGlenn ☑️Discord: ◾ https://discord.gg/NVYGDtHNVYGDtH ⏩TIPS and DONATIONS⏪ ◾ https://youtube.streamlabs.com/spartanoverdrive ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ This video is part of a larger SNES series in celebration of Nintendo's #SNESmini Classic. Come join the adventure and help Link and me gather the #Triforce pieces to defeat the evil Ganon and save Princess #Zelda! The mini #SNESClassic Edition is released September 29, 2017. 21 games included with the SNES Classic Edition: Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, F-Zero, Super Metroid, Street Fighter II Turbo, Super Punch Out, Castlevania IV, Donkey Kong Country, Mega Man X, Kirby Super Star, Final Fantasy III, Kirby's Dream Course, Star Fox, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Contra III, Secret of Mana, Earthbound, Super Ghouls N Ghosts, and the never released Star Fox 2! ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ 🎵Music Credits🎵 ♫Matters EDM/ThisNameIsAFail - "Super Mario Bros 2: Overworld Theme" - https://soundcloud.com/thisnameisafail/super-mario-bros-2-overworld-1 I have a license to use Nintendo’s content in this video through the Nintendo Creators Program. This video is not sponsored or endorsed by Nintendo, but any advertising revenue from this video will be shared with Nintendo.
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Kakariko Village SECRETS | Zelda Link to the Past | SNES mini Classic
Let's explore every nook and cranny in Link to the Past's Kakariko Village to get all the goodies we can before our first dungeon. ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ ☑️Twitter: ◾ http://www.twitter.com/SpartanGlenn ☑️Discord: ◾ https://discord.gg/NVYGDtHNVYGDtH ⏩TIPS and DONATIONS⏪ ◾ https://youtube.streamlabs.com/spartanoverdrive ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ This video is part of a larger SNES series in celebration of Nintendo's #SNESmini Classic. Come join the adventure and help Link and me gather the #Triforce pieces to defeat the evil Ganon and save Princess #Zelda! The mini #SNESClassic Edition is released September 29, 2017. 21 games included with the SNES Classic Edition: Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, F-Zero, Super Metroid, Street Fighter II Turbo, Super Punch Out, Castlevania IV, Donkey Kong Country, Mega Man X, Kirby Super Star, Final Fantasy III, Kirby's Dream Course, Star Fox, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Contra III, Secret of Mana, Earthbound, Super Ghouls N Ghosts, and the never released Star Fox 2! ◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾◾ 🎵Music Credits🎵 ♫Matters EDM/ThisNameIsAFail - "Super Mario Bros 2: Overworld Theme" - https://soundcloud.com/thisnameisafail/super-mario-bros-2-overworld-1 I have a license to use Nintendo’s content in this video through the Nintendo Creators Program. This video is not sponsored or endorsed by Nintendo, but any advertising revenue from this video will be shared with Nintendo.
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