1001 Video GamesThe Game Boy Advance version of The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.
Glitches in the PAL versionThe European and Australian versions of The Minish Cap are possibly the most buggy Zelda games to date due to two serious glitches. One of them is the missing bomb bag upgrade in Stockwell's shop. This upgrade cannot be purchased, because it does not appear on the shelf after purchasing the Boomerang. This leaves you unable to obtain 99 bombs, leaving you only with 50 (including both other upgrades). Workaround for this glitch does not exist.
Other serious glitch involves the beginning of Goron Sidequest. After visiting Castor Wilds for the first time, it's possible to perform a Kinstone Fusion with an NPC named Eenie on Eastern Hills. However, there is a glitch - if you try to perform a fusion, cancel it (e. g. because you don't have required Kinstone piece), leave the screen and come back, performing this fusion will be impossible. Unlike the bomb bag upgrade glitch, this one can be avoided.
The game also contain few more minor glitches, like missing tornado on Lon Lon Ranch or misleading Ice Wizzrobe figurine description. Unfortunately, all of these glitches are still present in the 3DS version, released for the members of the Ambassador Program.
Minish CapThe Minish Cap has a name, which is Ezlo.
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