This game is awesome because I've played it before and there's this really cool part where you see these tree trunks or fungi. You go on them and you press the A button. After you press the A button you'll see a cut scene where Link is falling down, he bounces on a mushroom, and then another mushroom and then all of a sudden you see him tiny and then he walks out and then if you're not in the Minish world, you're really tiny and you can barely see him. But there's an arrow that's over your head and it points over your head and you see your face there and if you just want to get out, you have to get out Minnish world, go to that place where you turned into a Minish, push the A button and you turn back into a regular kid. That's the coolest part about The Legend of Zelda:The Minish Cap.
posted by Linkshrink (CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI) Apr 19, 2006
Member since Jun 2005
This game is pretty good. It took me awhile to beat the final boss but i beat him. My fave boss was the very first boss. It was easy peasy lemon squeezy beating him. The four sword is the best sword in the game. I wish they made a seen where Link and Zelda get married.
There are not very many GBA titles that would have anyone wanting to buy it and play hours on end. However, any Zelda game on the GBA will. With Minish Cap it makes no exception. Link in back on a 2-D platform most gamers are familiar with. With Minish Cap you go through complex and fun dungeons and have the added mischief of smaller puzzles to find hidden areas and obtain smaller but important items.
The game play is typically great Zelda. The puzzles are challenging and the story is interesting and captivating. Collecting kinstone pieces is not a hassle and chore and can get fun to see who has the matching piece.
I highly recommend any GBA owner to at least rent this game. There is hours of game play to make you never wanting to put the game down.