The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages 

released on Feb 27, 2001
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages

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The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages 

released on Feb 27, 2001

Transcend the very fabric of time with the Harp of Ages. Rescue Nayru, the Oracle of Ages, to save the Land of Labrynna from Veran, Sorceress of Shadows, who will pitch the world into an endless night. Travelling through time presents Link with unique challenges. If a river blocks Link's path in the present, he can travel to the past and move a stone, redirecting the flow of water. If he plants seeds in the past, he'll find full-grown trees and vines when he returns to the present. Released on the Game Boy Color system in 2001, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages™ and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons represent the pinnacle of classic 2D Zelda gameplay. When played together, these two games offer an ultimate adventure not possible when each game is experienced on its own. The games feature a link system that unlocks access to additional content that you can't access any other way.


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I love the part when you give a bag of shit to a cook and he frantically runs around exclaiming how terrible it smells.


Great puzzles. Because it's more puzzle oriented and not so action oriented, it holds up a lot better, especially for being a Game Boy game.


there's a part of me that thinks zelda with all puzzles and little/no combat is stupid but this game still manages to find a way to make it work i guess


I've never beaten this game, but I love it dearly. There's something so cute about the style and the world, and I have a very big soft spot for it. I bought it again on the 3DS because I'm that fond of it.