Oracle of ages and seasons order

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The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (Zelda, #5) by Akira Himekawa

After defeating the evil General Onox in Holodrum, Link returns to Hyrule. One day, Impa, Princess Zeldas attendant, asks Link to accompany her into the forest to find Nayru, the Oracle of Ages. But Veran, the evil Sorceress of Shadows, has possessed Impa in order to deceive Link. Veran then possesses Nayru and travels back to the past to kill one of Links ancestors so that Link will never be born! Link once again battles across time to save Hyrule - and himself!
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The games make up the seventh and eighth installment in the Zelda series.
Akira Himekawa

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Although the game was originally released for use on the Nintendo Game Boy Color , it exhibits special features, such as an additional shop, when played on a Nintendo Game Boy Advance. This game is the counterpart of The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons , which was released at the same time. These two games have the ability to link with one another, using either passwords or a cable, so that a person could play one game, and then transfer his or her progress to the other game. In addition, this is the only way to reach the "true" ending of the game. The game was originally planned to be a trilogy with The Legend of Zelda: Mystical Seed of Courage known as the "Triforce Trilogy", in which two of the games were to be remakes of the original NES titles. This idea was scrapped relatively late in the development process, and the games were re-branded to remove all mention of this Triforce theme.

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Link's Awakening for Nintendo Switch just released! We've listed pages that need updating, think you're up for the task? Take a look! Latest Announcements. The two games of the series are similar in gameplay, but also have unique features of their own. The two games of Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages have parallel plot-lines and can be played independently, but can be linked together to form a larger story.

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While these games can be played individually, when played together, they offer an ultimate adventure not possible when the games are experienced on their own. The games feature a link system that unlocks access to additional content that you can't access any other way. Transcend the very fabric of time with the Harp of Ages, and jump between the past and present as the need arises. Travelling through time presents Link with some unique problems and puzzles. For example, if a river is blocking 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. Link meets powerful new friends in Labrynna who can help him in a variety of ways.

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