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    DX Version FAQ by SBAllen

    Version: 3.0 | Updated: 12/28/98 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX Version FAQ
    v.3.0 by Sailor Bacon <sailor_bacon@hotmail.com>
    28 December 1998
    If you want to use this FAQ on a webpage or for any non-profit use, you
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    Sailor Bacon and any unauthorized use of this FAQ can cause legal 
    Note: This FAQ only deals with the new elements added to the DX version 
    of this game. If you need help with the game in general, look at the 
    other Link's Awakening FAQs on GameFAQs. In other words, if you want to
    send me a question, PLEASE read the FAQs at GameFAQs or anywhere else
    first cause your question is more than likely answered. Just because the
    other FAQs aren't "DX" FAQs doesn't mean anything. This one only covers
    the new stuff and the old stuff didn't change.
    Revision History
    v.3.0 Fixed a mistake here, added all the pics there.. This FAQ should
    be done unless something weird happens.
    v.2.0 Uh.. I don't remember.
    v.1.5 Added more info in the dungeon walkthrough and more pictures.
    v.1.0 Umm... everything.
    Table of Contents:
    -Things changed in the DX version.
    -How to get the pictures.
    -The Secret Dungeon.
    Things changed in the DX version
    -Added full color pallete. (duh!) And a wonderful job doing so if I 
    might add. The game looks marginally close to the SNES game.
    -The stone slabs in the dungeons have been replaced with owl heads. Not 
    really sure why but whatever floats Nintendo's boat..
    -Changed slab fragment into owl beak.
    -Added a little additional text to make game easier. (i.e. the genie 
    boss has extra dialogue)
    -Added the Picture Store (see below)
    -Added the Secret Dungeon (see below)
    How to get the pictures
    The Picture Store is located near the top of the map (from top left 
    corner of map move cursor 7 times to the right then 3 times down). In 
    this store you can view pictures taken by the photographer in the 
    store. He takes pictures at random times during the game as you 
    progress. You can print the pictures out if you have the Game Boy 
    Printer. The pictures are kept in an album in the store. It's named 
    after your hero (Mine's called "The Travels of Bacon"). Here's a list 
    of the pictures that I have found.
    1. Link poses and gives a peace sign. Get this one by talking to the 
    photographer and then standing at the top of the room in front of the 
    Alternate: There is an alternate photo number 1. To get it, you must 
    answer every question that the photographer says with the answer "no".
    It is a pic of Link looking stunned with freaky eyes.
    2. When you have Marin, take her to the cliff at Toronbo Shores to get
    a cool looking pic.
    3. Marin falls on a very hurt Link. Very funny picture ^_^. Get this 
    one by jumping down the well in Mabe Village while Marin is following 
    4. Take Marin to the Rooster statue in Mabe Village for this one.
    5. Peek in the window to the right of the outside of Ulrira's house.
    6. A panicky Link poses with BowWow. Get this one by leaving Madam 
    MeowMeow's house right after returning BowWow to her.
    7. A picture of Link covertly stealing from the shop. Get this one by
    (duh!) stealing from the shop. 
    8. Fisherman flapping in the water. Pretty cool ^_^. Go to the fisherman
    under the bridge (the one you give the hook to) after having the magnifying
    9. Link and Zora together. Go into the empty house in the top right screen
    of the animal village after finding the magnifying lens.
    10. Link and Richard in front of castle. Before lowering the drawbridge, go
    to the castle where the golden leaves are.
    11. Link poses in front of the lone grave with the ghost. Get this one by
    standing in front of the lone grave after returning the ghost there.
    12. Picture taken as poor cameraman plummets to the ground! Funny! Go to the
    chicken house in the mountains and go right from there two screens. Walk to
    the middle of the bridge.
    The Secret Dungeon
    To enter the Secret Dungeon, you must first beat the first 3 dungeons. 
    Go to the library and dash into the upper wall to knock down a book. 
    Read the book and it will tell you which directions to push the 
    gravestones. Go to the graveyard screen with 5 gravestones (from upper 
    left corner, move cursor right 7 times and down 7 times). Push the 
    stones in the correct order and the correct way to enter the dungeon.
    Make sure you are using a Color Gameboy or you cannot enter..
    Dungeon Walkthrough:
    When you enter the dungeon, talk to each person and tell him what color 
    he is. When they move, go up. Kill three color enemies and go right. 
    There are four statues in the room. Hit the top left one then the 
    bottom right statue to get the compass. Then bomb the bottom wall 
    and proceed to enter the hole you bombed. Inside there are 28 5-rupee 
    pieces. Leave that room and go right to enter what I like to call the 
    "bouncy room". The tiles on the floor make you bounce. They start as 
    green and each time you bounce on a tile, it changes color. The colors 
    cycle from green to yellow to red then the next time you bounce of it, 
    it becomes a pit. Go right from this room and hit the enemies. they curl 
    into a ball. Throw them into the hole of the same color as they are to 
    get Bird Beak. Go down, and kill the enemies to open the doors. Go left 
    and get the key. Go up into the bouncy room, then go right, up, up. 
    Again there are four statues. Hit the bottom right statue, then the top 
    left one twice to get a key. Go right then up. There is a jellyfish 
    monster there. Hit it with magic powder then the sword. Repeat until it 
    dies. Go left and there is a row of three blocks in front of the treasure 
    chest. Push the top block and bottom block left then the middle block up 
    to get the master key. Go back to the bouncy room and go up. There is a 
    golem creature there. Just pound of him with your sword to kill him. Go 
    left. Pick up the pot in the upper left corner and activate the switch to 
    open the doors. Go up and kill all slimy guys to get the map. Go right. 
    Throw the ball guys into their respective holes for a key. Now go back to 
    the room with the switch and go left. There are nine statues in a square 
    shape like so:
    1 2 3
    4 5 6
    7 8 9
    Hit them in the following order to proceed: 5, 6, 4, 2, 8, 5. Go up. 
    Pick up the bottle in the top right corner to get a fairy. Go left. Hit 
    the crystal and go up. There you fight the goofy color boss. To kill 
    him, keep attacking him.  His bulb goes from blue to green to yellow to 
    orange to light red to red and the next hit it dies. After killing it, 
    go right and talk to the fairy. She offers you the power of color, 
    either Red or Blue. The Red clothes make all of your attacks act like 
    Piece of Power attacks. The Blue clothes reduce damage by half. You can
    always go back and switch to the other clothes whenever you want to.
    There you have it. In my opinion, the extra features in the DX version 
    definitely make this game a must-have for all Zelda freaks and 
    adventure fans. If you do not have a Color Gameboy, you can still enjoy 
    the photograph feature, but you cannot enter the Secret Dungeon. It's 
    still a good buy if you don't have the original version. If you've got 
    a Color Gameboy, what are you waiting for? Get this game!!
    I'd like to thank all of the following people for helping in this FAQ
    (in alphabetical order). Note, a lot of people sent in the location for
    some of these pictures but I could only give credit to the person I
    received the information from first so if your name isn't on this list
    and you sent me a code, don't bitch and moan to me about it.
    Al <geriandme@geocities.com>: 11th picture
    Eavenson <eavenson@thevision.net>: alternate 1st picture
    Geoff Taylor <gtaylor@scott.net>: 2nd, 4th, 5th picture
    Harakiri02 <Harakiri02@aol.com>: 7th picture
    Tyler Castro <locke_57@yahoo.com>: 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th picture

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