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This website will let you play Zelda on your computer for FREE


Zelda fan? Of course you are. Quickly now, head to Zelda30Tribute.com.

To celebrate the NES classic The Legend of Zelda, programmer Scott Lininger and mobile developer Mike Magee have combined their skills to create a playable "2.5D" version of the game in your web browser. For absolutely bloody nothing.

Recreated in meticulous, Minecraft-like detail, this is an unofficial fan project, so you can be sure Nintendo's legal team will be clamping down on the fun as soon as they get wind of it. See how far you can progress before they pull the plug. 




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