Fortnite Creative launched at the end of 2018, giving players yet another platform to recreate beloved classics of yesteryear. Hand it to YouTuber Mustard, though, there’s nothing half-hearted about this richly detailed representation of The Legend of Zelda’s complete overworld and nine dungeons.
The dungeons themselves are elaborate puzzles (one is more of a death run) that players must solve to collect a chunk of Triforce, reunite all nine pieces, and open the final level. Give that video a watch-through; it may be 20 minutes long, but some of the jumping puzzles Mustard has built up are actually quite detailed and challenging.
There are also 30 coins hidden throughout the map; getting all of them will 100 percent the level. But the first dungeon does have a cracked wall/secret entrance that you blow up to get to the rest; and a Slurp pickup hovering over a pond substitutes for the life-restoring fairy.
The map code for this level is 2326-3456-6999. The mind reels at how long this took to put together, but Mustard seemed to have a good time with it.
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