If you are fascinated by previous versions of classic games like Zelda: Ocarina of time, then maybe it’s worth reading the …
An early beta version of Link’s iconic Nintendo 64-generation action-adventure title has been unveiled. It is thought to have preceded the ’97 space world and was actually found in a development cartridge. F-Zero X. This means that there is a lot of content (graphics and maps to be exact) that did not make the acronym in the final edition of Zelda 64.
The source, Forest of Illusion, has made the map files in this compilation publicly available – in the hope that they can be converted to a reproducible format (there seems to be some success already). He also explains that this is obviously the case no part of last year’s Nintendo giga leak.
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