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Just finished Legend of Zelda (1st quest) for the first time in 30+ years - buying the new Game and Watch gave me the urge to play it on an emulator all the way through. How nostalgic!
And of course I used all the online maps I could - I am not going to brute force all the secrets me and my friends forgot all those years ago!
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Been about ten years for me.
Me and my then 4 y/o Grandson got mebbe a good 1/3 of the way thru, a couple of years ago.
I had confidence that my(original)battery wouldn't fail, short test runs had worked out fine.
That was a disappointing day, for sure...
Even worse-I have an Everdrive, just wanted to do it on the real thing...
I've changed/evolved my tastes recently, but SNES Zelda was my "favorite game ever" for a couple decades.
It's neat, super small, but playable. Feels a bit light, they could have added some heavier materials to make it seem less cheaply made.
Also for the price I would think they could have at least included some maps and instructions. The only included instructions is how to plug it into the charger, and then 4 pages of legalese in multiple languages. Nothing on how to use it at all.