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Random: Amateur developers release a rethinking remake of the 1993 Zelda CD-i game

Amateur video game developer known as Dopply on Twitter Released a remake of the 1993 Philips CD-i action-adventure game Link: The Face of the Devil And Zelda: Gameron’s Wand..

The game was created in GameMaker for four years and has the original assets. Here’s a little more insight:

“I developed these for four years at a game maker, learned game development, and practiced joking with friends. As an amateur effort, programming got a bit rough, but it worked. The process. I learned a lot from. “

These are “not 1: 1 remakes,” but Dopply believes they “capture the spirit” of the original game. It also has some of the latest features such as widescreen mode, remastered mode (to reduce play frustration), subtitles, improved sprites, and unlockable features.

Due to the “nature” of these games, this is the final version and there are no plans to release future updates.In related news, Zelda fans think they may have found a linked CD-i reference. Hyrule Warriors: The Age of Disaster..

https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2020/11/random_amateur_dev_releases_reimagined_remakes_of_the_1993_zelda_cd-i_games

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