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03/15/13 - Here's a little administrative update. We updated the About Emulation to a more to date standard and added a compatibility list for which game is suited for which system to play with. We are very grateful to all testers who participated like JoeSteve1914, RedScorpion, MasterOfPuppets and Tre. Further, we opened a new page, Adaptive BS ZeldaTimelines where people can post their versions about canon issues, also the Official Zelda Storyline got an update, so check it out. Thanks to JoeSteve1914 for his template pic!
02/27/13 - Thanks to FirebrandX, dehadin, Plasma Captain and wiiqwertyuiop for their role making this hack possible, the spc that plays during the waitsigns has been finalized and was successfully hacked into the games. Now, whenever the waitsigns pop up, you will hear music similar to the original broadcasts. Download the freshly pre-patched official Map1 and Map2 at their file pages. The patch itself will not be merged with the restoration patch but can be downloaded as a separate file at the files pages as well.
01/20/13 - The Anti-Monster Respawn patch has been finally finished playtested by MasterOfPuppets. Now the game saves the amount of monsters defeated for at least 6 screens and so the gameplay is more fluid and less annoying. After several bugs fixed it is now ready for release. You can download the prepatched Third and Fourth Quest at the files pages for Map1 and Map2. For the other prepatched versions (like the official) we offer only optional patches, since this feature wasn't part in the original versions of the games. If bugs are found, please report them.
01/06/13 - Again a major revision of our Article Section has been made. With the help of Joesteve1914 all non-English articles have been translated into a new graphic, that match the original.
01/01/13 - Happy new year everyone! To complement the recent addition of the complete voice acting translation for both games, we've also decided to provide rtf files containing the original Japanese transcription. You can find them right under the links to each week's translations in the file pages.
For all of you who don`t know this, the BS Zeldas are Zelda games for the Satellaview, with not so familiar overworlds and completely new dungeons. These games were only playable in Japan and only for a few hours. This page's objective is to allow everybody to experience these wonderful games providing you patches meant to fix any flaw in emulation, or even to simply improve your enjoyment of the games.
Confused? Don't know what a Satellaview is or why it only allowed to play these games for a short time? You can find out all that and more in this video made by Roo from Clan of the Gray Wolf as part of his "16 Bits Gems" series
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The winner of the 4th poll (When it comes to Zelda, are you conservative or innovative) is: " Mildly conservative, some aspects just can't be changed." with 120 votes (45 %)
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