This is one of the GBA-based games in the series the legend of Zelda series and was first published in 1995 with many features and a relatively engaging story.
The setting of the game is taken six years after the events of The Legend of Zelda. Set six years after the events of The Legend of Zelda. The story begins when Inishie no Sekiban goes to find a fortune teller’s home in a too remote town. He caught a magic bee and followed it towards the back of the house and suddenly passed out. After awakening, the boy was asked to go to the land of Hyrule to find the ancient stones to stop the invasion of the force of Ganon, who secretly wanted to return to earth. The boy travels to Hyrule’s land with Zelda and Aginah to use his hidden strength to fight in the dungeons to obtain the magic stones.
The gameplay of this game has many similarities with the game The Legend of Zelda, but there are some differences in some aspects that make this game quite distinctive. One of these most critical differences is that you will have a sounding database to provide Zelda’s best data.
The player starts to hear the narrator’s voice, and he will provide the character with magical abilities or warn of upcoming bad events in Hyrule. The plot details will be inserted in the early game and late game.
The game is designed in real-time, and you will always see an alarm clock on the screen. The more you cannot pause the game. The game is divided into four different parts, and in each piece, players will have to overcome obstacles on the map and look for items to increase power. The underworld map is also slightly different from The Legend of Zelda when resized to 8×8. The Dungeon monsters the player faces are also closely related to season 1, but their power has increased significantly. It may take more time and effort to defeat them.
The maximum number of rupees you can have after each win is increased to 255 to over 1000 depending on the match. The scoring is based on whether Ganon was killed, several items collected, or lives lost.