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|100 Years Later|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 28 Oct 2006 Posted: 28 Oct 2006 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
This quest is called 100yrs. Made with ZC 2.10.
I took a lot of care to make scenes vertical as well as horizontal. That is to say, that you climb up hill passages often. It makes for interesting play.
The hookshot is available earlier in the game, and is an important part of the quest.
If you enjoy classic zelda play, you'll enjoy this new quest in a ZQ pure tileset!
This is my first upload, but at least the 10th finished quest that I've done.
I'm sure you will like it. :-)
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|1st Quest (german Translated)|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 11 Sep 2007 Posted: 11 Sep 2007 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
This is the orginal Zeldaclassic Quest from Nintendo, but it is translated in German!
|1st Quest Redone|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 30 Nov 2014 Posted: 21 Apr 2011 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
Update as of 30/11/14
This quest is now compatible with 2.50. This is a remake of the 1st quest using the Zero tileset and changing up things a little.
|Genre: Dungeon Romper Updated: 19 Nov 2007 Posted: 19 Nov 2007 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
Game Info: This quest is a continuation of the other ones I've been doing, it is closer to Hyrule's Big Swamp, and Hyrule's Big Flood in its graphics. I've learned a lot about layering, and it shows here.
There are some new ideas incorporated into the quest, and frankly, I'm a bit proud of the result.
We played it through, and have found no significant bugs. Visually, I think this is one of the best quests I've ever done. So if you've been a fan in the past, this will not disappoint!
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|Genre: NES-style Updated: 22 Apr 2013 Posted: 19 Jul 2007 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
My first completed quest. Not much to it, but it's something to do.
|A Big Hunk of Hyrule|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 20 Oct 2012 Posted: 24 Sep 2012 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
A Big Hunk of Hyrule is a classic 8-bit Zelda quest, using only the classic items and monsters. However is it very different from the original game and contains several surprises.
It is harder than the original game but not super hard like some custom quests can be.
Give it a try
|A Pyramid Quest|
|Genre: Metroidvania Updated: 28 Oct 2006 Posted: 28 Oct 2006 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
A fairly short quest where Link must make his way through a 8-floor pyramid, defeat Ganon, and rescue Zelda. One or two of the bosses may seem a little hard, so I left the quest unpassworded. I also included a cheat store. You may notice that some of the boss rooms provide extra keys. Have fun!
|A Quest With Stuff in It|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 11 May 2009 Posted: 11 May 2009 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away... I got sued by George Lucas for ripping off Star Wars.
Anyway. This is a Quest that I finished a long time ago. It's the first real Quest that I made. If you've played An Ordinary Quest than the first three Levels will look familiar. An Ordinary Quest originally started off as a remake of this. However at Level 4 I decided to make it different. So yeah.
Anyway. (Again.) This Quest has a full Ov... [View Full Description]
|ABITHF (A Battle in the Hyrulian Fields)|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 19 Jun 2005 Posted: 12 Jun 2005 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
BS graphics... It took me a month to get the palettes and the tiles...
Took me another month for the game... And I added a few touches to it which took me 2 or 3 days.
FIXED THE ARROW GLITCH AND THE FLIPPER GLITCH!
AND FIXED THE HEART CONTAINER GLITCH!
|Adventures Through Draconia|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 02 Oct 2010 Posted: 15 Sep 2010 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
My first quest. It may be horrible, but it was a big accomplishment for me.
|Aloha From Hyrule|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 06 Apr 2011 Posted: 24 Mar 2011 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
Aloha from Hyrule is a classic 8-bit Zelda quest, using only the regular items and monsters.
The quest design, however, varies greatly from the original game, and you will have many surprises.
The difficulty progresses steadily as the quest goes on, but ultimately it is beatable by any reasonably strong Zelda player. It is more challenging than the original game, but not impossibly hard like certain custom quests can be.
|An Adventure in Subrosia.|
|Genre: NES-style Updated: 17 Jul 2007 Posted: 17 Jul 2007 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
Original quest remade in a subrosian version, with much harder monsters to fight. The quest should be unpassworded to make improvements. Please fix any vital errors you may find.
|An Ordinary Quest|
|Genre: Dungeon Romper Updated: 04 Dec 2008 Posted: 14 Nov 2008 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
A long time ago... One man decided to make a Quest. This was that quest.
Well my first quest. (Well... that's a lie, I made two before this. they sucked. A lot.) Doesn't really do anything creative with the system. Anyway This Quest has a 8 X 16 overworld, 9 Dungeons, and a total of 52 Heart Pieces. Two in each overworld section (And two in a mini-dungeon that's required to go through) and 4 in every Dungeon. (Except for the last one)
Isn't passworded so if you get stuck you can just [View Full Description]
|An Ordinary Quest 2: The Ordinarying|
|Genre: Dungeon Romper Updated: 29 Aug 2009 Posted: 29 Aug 2009 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
Well. Here we are. Made by a 1000 Monkeys at a thousand typewriters. (Or a Guy sitting at his Computer. Either Ooe really.) The long awaited (Yeah right.) Sequel to my first Quest is here. This Quest took a lot of effort from me and is probably the most time consuming thing I've made in my 16 years on this Earth.
This Quest has:
9 Full Levels and 4 Mini Levels. They also have variety. Ranging From a Forest to a Factory to a Glitch World. ... [View Full Description]
|Arena Fight - Link Version|
|Genre: Dungeon Romper Updated: 16 Jan 2006 Posted: 25 Dec 2005 ZC Version: ZC 2.10 Rating[?]:||
I have been told that this is a really tough quest from my testers, but I have managed to make it finishable. Anyway, this is my very first quest. It took me about 3 months to make. There are 3 overworlds and many dungeons. It took me about 9 hours from start to finish to play it, so I'd expect it to take longer for a player that doesn't know where anything is.
Update: Some bugs fixed, some minor, one major. Should not affect your game. I hope not anyway...