The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past it's more than just a simple one video game: He is a myth. A milestone, a Role playing game developed for Super Nintendo Entertainment System certainly among the most beautiful titles available for the magnificent Japanese 16-bit console.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Pastis, not only in our opinion but according to many experts in the sector, one of the most beautiful video games ever. Released in 1991 for SNES, it was later re-released for Game Boy Advance in 2003. The videogame is the third game to narrate Link's adventures but the only one released for SNES.
From the first days it was released, A Link to the Past was acclaimed for the quality of the graphics and for the gameplay, more engaging than ever. As mentioned, the protagonist of the story is Link, who receives a telepathic request for help from Princess Zelda, held prisoner in the dungeons of Hyrule castle where she was locked up by the sorcerer Agahnim.
The uncle orders Link to stay at home, but the boy still follows him to the secret entrance of the castle, where his uncle is wounded. The man gives Link a sword and teaches him Spin Attack, begging him to save Zelda. This is how one of the most beautiful adventures ever begins ...
ZELDA SOLUTION A LINK TO THE PAST
FREE GREEN POTION
Throw an empty bottle into the fountain at the Waterfall of Wishing. The fairy that appears will give you a free potion.
EASTER EGG: ROOM OF CHRIS HOULIHAN
Start at the Sanctuary and run south with the Pegasus Shoes, until you exit the area. Now run south and stop before you hit the barrier. Keep running west until you can turn south. Running south, you should be in a wooded area with guards. Explore the area and find the entrance to the castle basement. Still running, enter the hole you fell into at the beginning of the game. If done correctly, this trick takes you to a room with 45 blue rupees and a Saharasla sign that reads: 'My name is Chris Houlihan ”and” Let's keep this between you and me ”.
The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past