A downloadable VR experience for Windows

Experience Hyrule (the world overture we're all a little too familiar with from our childhoods, courtesy of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past) from the perspective of Link... Or scale yourself up and explore the entirety from a giant's view. It's all up to you.

Disclaimer: This project is not affiliated or endorsed by Nintendo and is being released for free (non-commercial) for fans of the game.

Controls:

  • Right trigger: Scale up
  • Left trigger: Scale down
  • Touchpad (both controllers): Teleport
  • Menu: DOES NOTHING

Model created for Game of Hyrule's opening, modeled by Megasteakman.

Assets used:

For more on the making of, and behind the scenes, visit our blog!

If you don't have a Vive, but still want to check it out, try out our WASD version here! It's definitely not perfect, but it's something! Use 'Q' and 'E' to change your scale.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ced8m4asknp15xl/Zelda%20...

Install instructions

VR ONLY! This game was developed for the HTC Vive, and requires you to plugin your headset and run the app when Steam VR is running.

Download

Download
Zelda LTTP Map VR.rar (151 MB)

Comments

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While I don't have a Vive headset, I found a way to use an android phone through Riftcat. Is there any way to map Vive conntrols to a keybourd and mouse?

Thanks for the non-VR version! Too bad my pc is a bit weak :)

you going to make the darkworld? its not a full map without the darkworld.

Any way we can get the map that was created? I'd love to port this to HoloLens :)

Could you do a 360 video? For the PSVR people that don't have a PC :) Great job btw!

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Non-VR version plz :)

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I'll see what I can do tonight when I get off work!

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I'm not promising this version is good... or even usable... but...
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ced8m4asknp15xl/Zelda%20...
Use the 'Q' and 'E' keys to shrink and enlarge. Also, you will probably fall throw the world a bunch and find objects that don't have colliders, hahahah. Use at your own discretion.