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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Spitfire3775, Mar 10, 2009.
I just saw Opal's Quest and it looks like a zelda port. Some1 want to TOFTT? Only a dollar
spitfire remember about a link next time
I bought it. So far it's alright but the d-pad controls are a little small which makes it hard to move sometimes.
thanks! How do you link?
Go to the iTunes page for the app, right click the icon, click "copy link".
in app store you click ctrl + mouse on the game's/dev's name.
zelda?? did i hear zelda..
anyways u can link by right click and copying the itunes appstore link from the appstore itself or from websites like appshopper
edit: lol 3 ppl answer @ same time..
ok, and back to the topic... anyone else tried it?
Just FYI, a "zelda port" would be an actual port of a zelda game for another platform (meaning the source code ported to this platform from another).
This, however, falls under a "good LoZ-esque action/adventure game".
For a buck. Nice.
Too bad it seems a half ass port of the Java mobile original.
They didn't even upgrade the artwork. Sheer laziness.
i'm so close to click the "BUY" button... so close.
Go ahead and buy it. I'd say for a dollar it's good. Just gotta get used to the d-pad...
to be honest if you want a good port.....Jailbreak and SNES Emulator
BTW, couldn't find any actual video, but I did find this via the developer's website:
Do we have any details on it? A general yes or no doesn't usually help too much ._.
Chrono Trigger on the snes emulator. That's pure RPG goodness
I'm a big RPG fan and omg I love Zelda. hmm I will check out more info about this..
Haha. I haven't even started playing and this game is a grammatical nightmare.
What a terrible news!
you are not saying enough to make me buy it in fact
Probably because it wasn't amazingly well translated, looks to me like it was made in French first.