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Recover Eight Instruments of the Sirens to Wake the Wind Fish and Bring Peace to Koholint Island.During a sailing voyage, Link becomes hopelessly sidetracked and finds himself shipwrecked on Koholint Island. While on the island, Link helps its many inhabitants by recovering the eight Instruments of the Sirens and waking the Wind Fish.
The Legend of Zelda™: Link's Awakening DX is available on the Nintendo 3DS™ system.
Contributed by Michael Cassidy (15171) on Jul 07, 2015.
Link's Awakening DX is a souped-up, colour version of the original Link's Awakening which first entertained gamers in 1993. Link, Nintendo's famous Hyrulian hero, finds himself on a mysterious island after a shipwreck leaves him stranded.
You must help Link escape from Koholint Island by finding the eight instruments of the Sirens and awakening the omnipotent Wind Fish who rules the island. This is no easy task, because you'll be challenged with brain-bursting puzzles, barbaric bosses, and dark dungeons along the way.
When Link's Awakening was first released in 1993, it proved to the world that portable games could be just as deep and engrossing as games designed for home consoles. With the introduction of Game Boy Color the improved graphics provide a visual experience to match the addictive game play.
Link's Awakening DX offers Zelda fans more than just turbo-charged graphics. Hidden somewhere on the mystical island is a brand new dungeon that has never been seen before in any Zelda game. The dungeon takes advantage of Game Boy Color's capabilities to deliver complex puzzles based on colour. This dungeon is hidden well, so even the most experienced explorers may have a hard time discovering its location.
Another addition to Link's Awakening DX is a photo album feature. As you progress throughout the game, you can collect interesting photos of the Koholint landscape. You can then view your pictures in a new camera shop, and then turn them into stickers using Game Boy Printer.
Contributed by gamewarrior (5062) on Mar 28, 2007.
A portable epic! Link, the hero of the N64 classic, the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time, has been stranded on the mysterious island of Koholint, far away from his homeland of Hyrule. Join him in his incredible adventure as he investigates ancient mysteries and explores dark and dangerous dungeons. This new version of the Game Boy classic has been enhanced for use on Game Boy Color, and owners of Game Boy Color will experience richer, colourful graphics and will have the added challenge of a brand new dungeon to explore!
Contributed by gamewarrior (5062) on Nov 08, 2004.
Journey to Koholint Island in beautiful color!
- Experience the adventure in color!
- Journey through a new dungeon (can only be accessed on the Game Boy Color system)!
- Take pictures and print them using the Game Boy Printer (sold separately)!
- Battery-backed memory saves up to three separate game files!
Contributed by Corn Popper (69555) on Sep 23, 2002.
Link's latest challenge is set on the mysterious Koholint Island, a place where dreams and reality collide. As a castaway, Link must find a way to escape from the island and return to his beloved homeland of Hyrule. This will not be an easy task.
The island's inhabitants have no knowledge of the outside world. One creature, a talking owl, may know the solution to Link's dilemma. Link must first tackle eight dungeons full of treacherous monsters and tricky traps. His goal: find the eight Instruments of the Sirens and awaken the omnipotent Wind Fish which rules the island.