A Pico Sized Adventure
Join Link as he fights through 3 dangerous dungeons, solves dastardly puzzles and fights deadly bosses all packed into a bite sized PNG. Bring peace to the world!
Dpad/Arrows to move
X to swing your sword.
O to Jump or interact with objects.
There is only one save slot
Do be careful which button you press on the title screen!
Enjoy! You can reach me on my Website if you have any code questions or want to chat! Always happy to offer advice when I can!
re-added a door! Dropped a loading zone somehow!
Fixed a bug triggered by talking to the Old Woman in the Village.
I enjoyed it, found the diagonal sword swing a bit odd but it was a fun adventure until I went in the pico-village house and then the loading zone for leaving wasn't there and I could roam out of bounds! :o
(hide it since it's so big.)
GG with the music, it's a bop.
Thanks for the heads up! Should be a quick fix!
Fun gameplay, nice dungeon design and music, great work!
I'll definitely look through the cart for future inspiration.
And I almost finished it, but got stuck at:
In the Triforce-logo room where the "bring me ore" message pops up-- I believe I have collected all four ore but I haven't figured out what that's supposed to trigger or what to do to get past this room... I'll look again later.
Incredible job! Saw your post on reddit and had to check it out!
This brought all the best feelings back from playing my favorite zelda game (oracle of ages) at full throttle, thank you for that.
If you ever make another or update it please post on reddit, I'll be watching for if you do. :3
The puzzles have a great progression, the dungeons are varied and the gameplay is smooth.
Unfortunately I got stuck at the same spot icegoat did - I've revisited all the dungeons and am 99% certain I've collected everything 🤔
Do you have 10 hearts? I didn't have enough tokens to have the disembodied voice tell the player they need to either kill all the bosses OR get all the ore. You'll need to do both!
Well done. Thoroughly entertaining, and definitely captured the essence of the series. Reminded me of the good ol' days where you had to explore a game to figure out what was next. Thanks for all the fish!
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