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The Minish Woods
With the Minish Cap, Link can shrink himself to be able to visit the Minish or find secret areas.
A close up of shrunken Link
In the first dungeon. The Gust Jar usually sucks in things or enemies, but here it is used to navigate the leaf through the water.
A cozy little Minish house
There are lots of wacky enemies in the game.
Fusing Kinstones usually results in the opening of secret areas or the appearance of treasure chests.
Mt. Crenel - Mushrooms can be used to catapult Link over chasms.
In the second dungeon
The Minish Cap can also be used to glide.
The boss of the second dungeon - naturally, every boss has to be defeated with a unique strategy.
Ezlo sings a magical music and Link starts to morph into a "Minish".
In some place of the game, a pretty fairy will restore your life hearts. And give something to you too...
Japanese Title Screen
Map. Good thing.
New Link's hat.
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