The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap - Game Boy Advance
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Short but sweet!
Release date: 11 January 2005
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0045496734909 UPC: 045496734909
“Warning: Spoilers([Link removed - login to see] The Legend of Zelda – The Minish Cap continues the collaboration between Capcom and Nintendo established with the Oracle games on GameBoy Color. What makes Minish Cap exciting is the combination of the new shrinking game play mechanic and a return to colourful 2d graphics. Featuring entirely new tile sets and character sprites in the vein of Four Swords Adventures, Minish Cap is one of the last 2D Zelda games released.
The story starts off with a beautifully rendered set of stained-glass images representing the Legend of the Minish. The Minish are a lilliputian race that only children can see, whose world is opened only once every one hundred years. And as you might have guessed the centennial event is about to begin, but s” read more
" My favourite handheld Zelda game, it disappoints me that barely anyone talks about The Minish Cap. From top to bottom, this game delivers the most complete handheld Zelda experience. Following the Four Swords storyline, the main mechanic is that you shrink, which gives it a lot of opportunities to show off the GBA's power and how it affects the overall gameplay. While it is short, every single dungeon is memorable and takes advantage of its shrinking mechanic (two boss fights are just normal e"
"I really enjoyed the artwork. Being able to shrink created some interesting puzzles. Vaati was a fun villain to take down. There was good music and some memorable bosses and dungeons. I wish it was longer and I hated making those statues. "
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"Really fun LOZ game from Capcom of all people. Well done."