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Legend of Zelda, The

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Class: Licensed
Cart ID: NES-ZL-ESP
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Hi-Tech
Region: Spain (ESP)
Rarity:
2  Cart: Widespread
2  Box: Widespread
2  Manual: Widespread
Peripherals: Standard or Compatible Controller
Extended Play: Battery
TV Format: PAL-B
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Pak Type:
Licensed Gold
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Codes, Cheats & Spoilers
 =>2nd Quest: Enter your name as ZELDA to begin in the 2nd quest.
=>Quick Save: Press START to go the the subscreen, then press CNTRL II: U+A
to go to the SAVE/CONT/QUIT menu.
=>Don't Pay: If you break an old man's door and he asks you to pay for the
repair, press CNTRL II: A+B to escape.
=>Open Doors: Some of the dungeon doors will open up if you simply exit the
room and come back in. For example, in the first dungeon of the first quest,
enter the entrance, walk back outside, then return into the level. The
locked door will now be open.
=>Locations of the Items:
Set up a grid map, using the letters A-P for the horizontal axis and the
numbers 1-8 for the vertical axis. Therefore, the top left corner is A-1 and
the bottom right corner is P-8. Each block equals 1 screen. Use this map of
the overworld to find the following items. NOTE: Link begins in H-8.
c/b/t/w/s/r = Use/Move a Candle/Bomb/Tombstone/Whistle/Statue/Rock
First Quest...
Hearts: H-5c, L-8b, M-3b, P-3, P-6
White Sword K-1, Magic Sword B-3t, Letter O-1, Bracelet E-3s
Dungeons: H-4, M-4, E-8, F-5, L-1, C-3, C-5w, N-7c, F-1b
Second Quest...
Hearts: A-3t, G-1w, K-4w, P-3, P-6
White Sword K-1, Magic Sword J-1r, Letter B-2r, Bracelet E-3s
Dungeons: H-4, E-4s, M-4w, L-2r, F-5, A-4t, M-7c, J-2b, A-1b
Nintendo Power Top 30
We've recreated the Nintendo Power TOP 30 from Player's, Pro's & Dealer's, here on NintendoAge. Following are all of the issue #'s where this game appeared in the TOP 30, what score it received (# of #votes) and the rank it received in that issue.
Issue Date Score Rank
Nintendo Power #001 07/1988 214 1
Nintendo Power #002 09/1988 2,090 1
Nintendo Power #003 11/1988 8,476 1
Nintendo Power #004 01/1989 6,941 2
Nintendo Power #005 03/1989 5,563 3
Nintendo Power #006 05/1989 5,124 3
Nintendo Power #006 05/1989 5,124 3
Nintendo Power #007 07/1989 5,158 4
Nintendo Power #008 09/1989 5,551 4
Nintendo Power #009 11/1989 4,553 8
Nintendo Power #010 01/1990 3,508 7
Nintendo Power #011 03/1990 4,210 6
Nintendo Power #012 05/1990 4,916 4
Nintendo Power #014 07/1990 4,034 7
Nintendo Power #016 09/1990 3,150 11
Nintendo Power #018 11/1990 2,637 9
Nintendo Power #020 01/1991 2,787 6
Nintendo Power #021 02/1991 2,541 10
Nintendo Power #022 03/1991 3,782 7
Nintendo Power #023 04/1991 3,332 8
Nintendo Power #024 05/1991 2,482 14
Nintendo Power #025 06/1991 2,346 12
Nintendo Power #026 07/1991 2,520 12
Nintendo Power #027 08/1991 1,521 20
Nintendo Power #028 09/1991 2,908 12
Nintendo Power #030 11/1991 3,421 10
Nintendo Power #031 12/1991 2,712 11
Nintendo Power #032 01/1992 5,486 9
Nintendo Power #034 03/1992 4,558 18
Nintendo Power #035 04/1992 5,768 13
Nintendo Power #036 05/1992 5,690 11
Nintendo Power #037 06/1992 4,413 14
Nintendo Power #038 07/1992 4,633 14
Nintendo Power #039 08/1992 5,746 11
Nintendo Power #040 09/1992 6,114 11
Nintendo Power #041 10/1992 8,304 9
Nintendo Power #042 11/1992 8,560 9
Nintendo Power #043 12/1992 10,746 6
Nintendo Power #044 01/1993 8,303 9
Nintendo Power #045 02/1993 8,650 11
Nintendo Power #046 03/1993 9,014 12
Nintendo Power #047 04/1993 10,407 8
Nintendo Power #048 05/1993 14,227 6