To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda franchise, two super fans created a fully 3D playable version of the original title for browsers, and released it into the world for free.
The devs, listed in the credits as Scott and Mike, developed the voxel-based experience using WebGL – a browser compatible coding language. The game can be played using web browser or mobile platforms, and uses both keyboard and onscreen controls in the form of an NES controller. Nintendo will probably take action against the blatant copyright infringement, so who knows how long the game will be available for. However, it’s been up a while and it looks like Nintendo are at least turning a blind eye for a few days or so.
Though the project isn’t finished, players can enjoy a few dungeons of gameplay in 3D now HERE!
You can also stay updated with the project over on Facebook