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The Legend of Zelda is one of those games that'll forever hold a special place in my heart. Thanks to the Internet, I know I'm not alone in this feeling as evident by the fact that people are still playing and researching the game more than 30 years after its release.
The latest bit of fascinating Zelda news comes from a glitch hunter by the name of Sockfolder. Simply put, the glitch hunter figured out that if you put certain characters into the save slots, travel to dungeon two, get the whistle, go to the graveyard, spawn 10 ghosts, wait until the conditions are right, pause until the overworld music reaches a certain part, unpause, then press A and B at the same time, you'll be teleported to the end room where Zelda is held.
The video above from YouTube user MagicScrumpy does an excellent job at explaining exactly what's going on and how to replicate it. It's way over my head in terms of coding but if live for this kind of stuff or really love this game, this will be right up your alley.
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