A fan of The Legend of Zelda creates an incredible wooden box for games

During the last 36 years, the Legend of Zelda de Nintendo franchise has inspired a lot of creativity in the fan community. The user of Twitter @Pigmented is not an exception, since it shares an amazing wooden box that created based on The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker. The cover is based on the GameCube version, with Link sailing on the king of red lions, while the back cover presents the cover of the game launch for Wii U. It is an impressive piece, and it definitely looks like the kind of things that Zelda fanatics would love to have as part of his collection!

You can find a video that shows the case of the game on the Tweet incrusted below.

The legend of Zelda: Wind Waker launched for the first time in Nintendo Gamecube in 2002. The game initially caused a lot of controversy, since many fans expected them to have a darker style and t1. When the images were revealed with a shading of the game cells, there was a significant negative reaction. However, the game received solid criticism and quickly became one of the most beloved entries in the series. An HD version was launched for Wii U in 2013, which offers sharper images and a handful of improvements in the quality of life.

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While most games launched at Wii U have been taken to Nintendo Switch, you can not say the same as Wind Waker HD. The fans have been clamoring for a switch version of the game for years, and that has only increased since Nintendo announced a delay for the legend of Zelda: breath of the savage 2. It remains to be seen if _The wind alarm will end up running on Switch, but it is interesting how the discussion has evolved around the game over the past 20 years. _The wind alarm clock was one of the most feared entries in the history of Zelda’s franchise, a dear game that inspired incredible fanatics like the one shown above. With luck, Nintendo will give the game another chance to find more fans when throwing it on Switch!

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