Is there a way (legal/ethical) that I can play classic Nintendo games with save states? I have an original Wii, a GameCube and a 3DS, and between those platforms, I own (i.e. I paid for) several Zelda games and other 80s NES favorites. I want to play these games all the way through again, but I'm lazy and don't have time/don't want all the grind. [more inside]
Can you recommend a multi-platform development tool / environment / API / SDK that I could use to write a video game? The game would be "retro" in sophistication - I specifically want to use NES or SNES-style graphics and sound. Would also accept existing game engines with those parameters, I suppose. Please don't say Flash. [more inside]
I just finished playing the awesome and addictive Swordigo on my iphone, and now I'm looking for my next obsession. What are your recommendations for iphone platformers with logic puzzles, hidden secrets and a bit of a Zelda/Mario feel? I just downloaded Wind-Up Knight, but not as big a fan of the endless runner stuff.
Help me mount and hang my Zelda overworld map. [more inside]
I'm looking for console games that are as much fun to watch as they are to play. [more inside]
Help me remember what the hell video game this is from! [more inside]
I'm looking for the way to break into the Palace of the Four Swords in the GBA port of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past without playing through the Four Swords part of the game. No emulator. [more inside]
Action RPGs akin to the Legend of Zelda? No turn-based fighting please. Any system. [more inside]
I need help to create the Legend of Zelda "get item" sound in MIDI [more inside]
Please recommend some 2D RPG's I can play on my PC. [more inside]
DIY fantasy toys -- I've been playing The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on the Wii, and my 2-year-old loves to watch and play along, to the point of sticking a foam sword down the back of shirt and running around with a Nerf slingshot and fishing pole. He turns 3 in September and in addition to his "nutritional" presents, I thought I would also get/make him some fantasy-enabling stuff. What are some existing toys that do a good job of mimicking Zelda-esque accoutrements, and/or what should be avoided, and/or what's easiest to make myself? An even bigger issue is finding "safe" stuff for him to swing his sword at ... some kind of indoor/outdoor monsters that are at least a foot tall or so. I can see making something out of pillows, or lampshades, or even buying a cheap toy if it's properly durable. Any ideas?
Does anyone know where I can get an MP3 of the music Link plays when he calls the Hawk in Twilight Princess? I have worked google like crazy but can't find it for anything.
Zelda/wii: I have all three monkeys and I am standing at the long rope which (I am assuming they are supposed to help me get across), yet they do nothing but follow me around. What am I doing wrong? [more inside]
Where can I find the prices of old video games? [more inside]
Will the Nintendo Wii and a Plasma TV get along? [more inside]
Calling all Nintendo Gamecube owners! Should I buy Legend of Zelda: Four Swords for the GCN? [more inside]
Zeldafilter - Can anyone tell me where Makar goes if you die in the wind temple and then save? [more inside]
T-shirt with the Zelda hearts on it -- where? (Google has proven no help)