Janine's New Quest

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Janine

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2.50

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Remake of the first quest with lots of new additions offered by the 2.50 beta version of ZQuest, such as

Zelda: Lost Levels

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Dell297

Version

2.50

Description

A whole new quest for link to set out on! New items! New swords! Larger dungeons and overworlds! 3 overworlds,

Conquest of Sarpadia

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AlphaDawg

Version

2.50

Description

This is a remake of my original custom quest, the Unofficial Third Quest (U3Q). It features a hybrid Zelda 1

Castle Haunt III

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Freedom

Version

2.50

Description

This is the complete package in its own folder. It contains ALL files needed to enjoy this quest. Download it,

Fragmented Land

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Nick Warner

Version

2.50

Description

This quest was designed as a sequal to the original Legend of Zelda for the Nintendo. To construct the quest

Requiem for Hyrule

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rocksfan13

Version

2.50

Description

A semi-remake of the first quest. Only semi because the overworld is the only thing similar but not the same.

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zcAmazing

Version

2.50

Description

This is the deluxe version of "The Missing Triforces." Contains lots of improvements including a new mini-game. Much better than

Fairy's Quest

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zcAmazing

Version

2.50

Description

One of my first mini quests. First made using 2.10. Now upgraded to one of the alphas. Improvements and bug-fixes.

Swordless DX

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AmazingAmpharos

Version

2.50

Description

This is a custom quest centering around the idea of the player not having a sword. It contains a completely

Origin

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DarkFlameWolf

Version

2.50

Description

Hype Description: This is a complete re-envisioning of Hyrule the way it was meant to be. Old places look new

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