Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
ZELDA I SHRUNK THAT KID!!!
This was the first zelda game i did a speed run on lol. Love this game, will always be dear to my heart. If you play this, get all the swordsman scrolls. The last one transforms you into a lawnmower helicopter food processor of medieval green death XD.
this game took me 4 days to beat music was good graphics had some bad sayings in them but all in all it was pretty good
Epic Zelda Game: My Ultimate Favorite
I like Skyward Sword. I like Twilight Princess. I like Ocarina of Time. But, Minish Cap delivers something unique, fun, and amazing that stands out in the crowd. This game is 20$ PRE-OWNED! It HAS TO be GREAT to be that much for an old Gameboy game. And it sure is great. I can NEVER PUT IT DOWN. I love the gripping storyline of the mirror and boomerang and powering up your sword. But, if there's anything that makes it so addictive... it's got to be shrinking to Minish Size. Shrinking down to Minish Size allows the player to experience Hyrule and it's dangerous fields and dungeons in a whole new way! If you shrink in size, you can enter Minish homes and villages, climb to new levels of houses in Hyrule Village, and even trade Kinstones with local animals nearby. Oh yeah, did I mention Kinstones? Kinstones make this game awesome too. Kinstones are fun to collect and fuse because for every fused Kinstone reveals another secret. Maybe it will lead you to some pricey Rupees. Or maybe it will give you a Heart Container or unlock that locked door you've been dying to get through. This game is remarkable and even though it's terrific in it's 2D format, seeing it in a 3 dimensional world would be unique and very cool! I would LOVE to play Minish Cap in 3D like Ocarina or Skyward Sword or Twilight Princess. Great game, so go break up your piggy banks and BUY IT! :D
this is a pretty fun game. it's also a 2d zelda game, it has a good story, and it's just fun to play. there's not much to say about this game, but it's great
a HUGE game!
The game has a great plot, characters, and mazes. It may be an old game but its still a great game.
Great Zelda game
It's very fun if you like Zelda. the story is good and it will keep you entertained. A good classic!
a fun game
thi game is much fun. the first time I played it was more like an experience and its great for everyone!
One of the best adventure games ever!
I was never very good at completing previous Zelda games, but this one was a lot of fun and easier to get through than the others. I loved the storyline and all the side quests you can do. It took awhile to beat, but it was so fun to wander around and try and figure out the caves/castles. You have all the useful items, and then some!
the best zelda game for the gameboy advance
first off if your a zelda fan and want to know a lot more about the history of zelda this is the game for you! ... i truly enjoyed being small and see the world in a new way with the minish cap and kinda explains the history of the master sword and explains why link has a green cap which to me is pretty interesting and cool .... this zelda game pretty much is the earliest timeline of the zelda series and explains not a lot but how the master sword got to hyrule and what happen to it ... i recommend this to every zelda fan to buy this ... the graphics looked pretty good the sound was decent and the story was great its a must buy for a zelda fan and its pretty fun to play it so i recommend everyone to try this game and you will love it
One of The Best Zelda Games Ever!
This is a very awesome game. I had a wonderful time playing this; it really made my summer back when I first purchased it. It has such a unique storyline and the added element of being able to turn small and explore the surrounding world was so great! the graphics are great for a GBA game and it has lush visuals. Just because it is GBA, don't think it will be easy! There were some spots where I had so trouble, and I have been playing RPGs since the Super Nes. I have played almost all of the Zelda games and this is by far my favorite. The colors were vibrant too. I really wish Nintendo would make more RPGs like this one and the turn-based battle style found in Final Fantasy games. This is a great investment and definitely a Keeper game.