Zelda’s version of the Minus World discovered
Posted on January 3, 2019 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News
Super Mario Bros. is known for having a “Minus World”. It’s essentially a glitch that lets players access a depository intended for data that exists outside of the main path.
Decades after its original release, one fan has discovered something similar in The Legend of Zelda. After spending a few hours with the game’s code to remove a particular barrier originally designed to keep players in bounds, YouTuber SKELUX was able to get into the bottom half of the world without the game restarting.
Naturally, as this is a glitch, some pretty strange things take place here. That means inverted enemy sprites and objects that are scattered across the screen, caves with pulsing beats inside of them, graveyards with invincible enemy hybrids, trap doors, and more.
SKELUX explains everything in the video below and also shows off Zelda’s Minus World: