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Zelda: Ocarina Of Time players stunned by hidden loot found after 26 years

Zelda: Ocarina Of Time players stunned by hidden loot found after 26 years

Did you know this secret?

The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time is one of the best games ever made, and while it’s not perfect by any means it’s still a vitally important title in video game history.

Nintendo revolutionised open-world adventures, telling a fantastic story and introducing several characters and ideas that’d become part of the very soul of the franchise before things took a different approach with Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.

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While the Zelda game is a treat from start to finish it also includes plenty of secrets that make repeat playthroughs just as good as the original, one of which is a great tip for filling out your rupee wallet.

Reddit user Theaverageplayer2 asked the community if “anybody knows any cool tricks or facts about Ocarina Of Time?”

They went to say they’re “currently replaying it and just looking for cool ideas, glitches or whatever.”

One user had just the right answer, sharing that you can “jump off the chains of the castle drawbridge for some free rupees.”

The chains they’re referring to are the ones by the entrance to Hyrule, which you can run up and jump off to randomly get some rupees. There’s also a small house just inside filled with pots that you can break for more, and these reset every time you walk out and come back in, making it a reliable source of cash.

Other obscure facts about the game include a giant skeleton that appears after a while at night, the ability to read gossip stones for hints with the mask of truth, and it turns out any sign you cut in half can be repaired using Zelda’s lullaby, which personally I didn’t know.

That’s just the tip of the iceberg, and there are loads of video breakdowns on all tips, tricks and secrets to be found on YouTube.

Featured Image Credit: Nintendo

Topics: The Legend Of Zelda, Nintendo