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'Zelda: Ocarina of Time' world recreated in top-down 2D

(MaJoRa) Kokiri Forest Link to the past style

Recreations of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time are nothing new — devoted fans of the game made this impressive to-scale Minecraft version of the game just recently — but how about a pixel-by-pixel work of art that turns the 3D title into a 2D map? That's precisely what Zelda Game Fan Central user MaJoRa has been working on since June 2010: a Zelda: A Link to the Past-styled map of Ocarina of Time. The entire outdoor world of the iconic title has been recreated solely in Microsoft Paint, according to MaJoRa. You can see the whole map below, but be sure to check the source link with the full-sized versions of each location to see all of the work done to bring the Nintendo 64 classic from 3D to top-down 2D.

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