You can now play Legend of Zelda in your Browser

Written by Louis

April 5, 2016

The cool remake is part the numerous tributes to LoZ’s 30th year.

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Legends of Zelda fans Scott and Matt has just spent hundreds of manhours giving life to a Legend of Zelda 3D game remake which can be played on your very own browser. A tribute to the original Legend of Zelda game which came out in 1986, or 30 years ago, the remake showcases a lot of features and scenes from the original game, and is built using WebGL technology.

The game, which is dubbed, The Legend of Zelda: 30 Year Tribute is available for free via the Zelda30Tribute.com website and will hopefully catch Nintendo’s attention in a good way, knowing how they deal with unofficial releases of their game titles.

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