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Personal Projects / Re: Zelda II Redux
« on: April 24, 2020, 07:39:24 pm »
I found another bug during my playthrough, this one in the Great Palace/Temple. I have the main patch, keep experience patch, and same screen at death patch installed.

I was on my last life, half a heart left when I entered a new sceen via elevator at the spot marked "O" on this map:

It's the bottom of the elevator with the two ropes waiting in ambush. Well, one of the ropes got me as I came down. Game over. So I continue from that point. That game starts me off at that screen, but now Link is stuck in the upper left section of the wall with no way down. I had to reload my last save to try it again from the beginning of the temple.

This and the other I mentioned about the irregularity in the number of lives after a game over were the only issues I found. Again, very well done. I had a lot of fun playing this.

Personal Projects / Re: Zelda II Redux
« on: April 16, 2020, 06:58:30 pm »
Thank you for your hard work on this hack. It has finally made much more enjoyable that it was before. So, great job!  :thumbsup:

That being said, I came across an issue with the optional RestartSameatScreenGameOver patch. After reaching the Game Over screen, the game reloads at the same screen at which I died, as intended. But I am given only 3 lives to use regardless of the number of Link dolls I've found.

When I save the game and reload, the game starts with the correct number of lives, corresponding with the number of found dolls.

Other than that issue, this has been a great experience. Thank you again.

I am definitely looking forward to trying this out. However, I can see a gramatic error in your fourth screenshot.

It should read "Mountains that surround these lands are ruled by..."

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