This was the first Zelda game to feature Pieces of Heart, partial heart containers which required a player to locate 4 of these to complete a full Heart Container.
A picture of Mario can be found in two of the houses in Kakariko Village.
The Chris Houlihan room (how to get there can be found under the "Cheats" tab) is named after a real-life gamer. In 1990, Nintendo Power held a contest where you had to take a picture of the Warmech boss in Final Fantasy, and send it in. After that, they randomly drew one person to win the grand prize - a cameo appearance in the next Legend of Zelda game.
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This was the first Zelda game to feature the Hookshot, Ocarina, Bottles, The Master Sword, Mirror Shield, and tunics.
In the instruction manual of the game's Western release, Ganondorf is given the last name Dragmire. This was the result of Nintendo of America's translation team wanting to make their own contribution to the story. This is the only instance where Ganondorf is given a last name.
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During development, inspired by Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, Shigeru Miyamoto wanted to have a number of characters aside from Link that the player could use. He had specifically wanted to do so with the third game in the series ever since the first was released, and wanted Link, a magic user, and a girl (likely a fairy) to be used. This idea was left out during development, keeping the playable characters limited to Link.
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You are short on Magic Power! You can't use this item now. Watch your Magic Meter!
Sahasrahla: When Ganon is stunned, seal his fate with a Silver arrow! Do you understand Link?
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AND THE MASTER SWORD SLEEPS AGAIN...FOREVER!
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