To this day, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is considered by many fans as the best game in the Nintendo series. Now the adventure can also be replayed in Minecraft. Hobby developer Rivero has spent the past seven years creating a full replica of the classic. And that without the support of mods or other developers. The complete game world with all items and quests was implemented. Rivero offers his Project Incidentally, it's free for all fans. A trailer was also released to coincide with the start of the new edition.

Compared to the original from 1998 there are only 20 minor differences. For example, there are no destructible boxes to be found in the world – butterflies will not fly around either. These are limitations that were created by Minecraft – the rest is a detailed remake of the N64 classic.





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Developer Rivero has also published a video tutorial to help you install the project. More details on the development of Ocarina of Time in Minecraft (buy now € 21.90 ) can also be found on the Discord server by Rivero – here you can also ask further questions about the game. In 2011, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, a revised version of the adventure for Nintendo 3DS, was released. Nintendo is currently working on the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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