The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
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The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

Adventure | Comedy | Drama | Fantasy
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Hidemaro Fujibayashi
Country: Japan
Release Date: 2005-01-10
Fujiko Takimoto
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The song that plays during mini-boss battles is actually the enemy encounter music from the Japanese version of "Zelda II: The Adventure of Link", released on Nintendo's Famicom Disk System (an add-on device for the Famicom, a console later released outside of Japan as the Nintendo Entertainment System). Like the title screen tune, this particular song was changed for the NES version.
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This game contains dozens of references to every game in the Zelda catalog. Some of them are: -The carpenters that work in the fields and in town are the same group Link saves in "Ocarina of Time". - Zelda's giggling and Link's screaming are both sound-clips from "Ocarina of Time". - The song the Ocarina plays when you use it is from "The Legend of Zelda". - When you talk to Malon, there's some notes of "Epona's Song", from "Ocarina of Time" - When you kill Vaati's second form, the castle collapses - just as it did in "Adventures of Link". - When you walk onto the field for the first time, you briefly hear the theme song to "The Legend of Zelda". - Smith's house is designed identically to Link's uncle's from "A Link to the Past". - The bosses are all stronger versions of the bosses from "Link to the Past", "Wind Waker" and "Majora's Mask". - The sword Link carries is the same one that is stolen in "Four Swords". - The kid that loiters around the school lives on Outset Island in "The Wind Waker".
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