How to obtain the Colour Dungeon


The Game Boy Colour-exclusive level returns

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening has a extended and majestic history. Born in 1993 on the original Game Boy the transportable wonder would capture the hearts of several, and save numerous household automobile rides.

5 entire years later the Game Boy Colour got a re-release of sorts, Link’s Awakening DX, which added a couple of new mechanics, most notably the “Colour Dungeon.” That dungeon returns in the Switch remake more than two decades on: here’s how to access it.

Initial, to traditionally access the dungeon, you happen to be going to need to have the Pegasus [dash] Boots, which are in the Crucial Cavern, the third dungeon in the game.

When you have them, head back to Mabe Village (the key town), go to the library in the southwest corner of it, and dash at the wall to knock the book down. You are going to obtain a code for tombstone movement: jot that down or take a screenshot with your Switch (it really is diverse each and every run, but you can brute force it as extended as you have the Energy Bracelet from the second dungeon). Then head east out of Mabe Village (previous the shop), north up the ridge with the rock in front of it, then east into the graveyard.

Go to the southeastern component of the graveyard with the 5 tombstones: this is exactly where you will be making use of the details you discovered from the library book. Breaking down the code, the quantity is the order you will be pressing the gravestones, the arrows denote which path to push each and every one particular, and the placement is the very same as the code itself (which means, the very first quantity is the major left stone, the final quantity is the bottom ideal, and so on).

Comply with the directions and you happen to be in! Your reward is a selection of tunic: red (sword attacks do double harm) or blue (half incoming harm). You can alter your thoughts and swap tunics in the very same place later on.

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