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[Tier: Moons]GBC The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX (USA) "no warp glitch" in 1:09:49.93 by Chef Stef.
VBA movie (.vbm) (date: 2007-05-19)
AVI file via BitTorrent (size: 113.45 MB, length: 1:14:56)
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Submission #1538 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #599 (1:14:25.65)
Rating: 7.2 (26 votes)
   
- Best ending
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses a game restart sequence
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Adventure

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Click here to see the movie that obsoleted it.
After becoming the Hero of Hyrule, Link is sent off by Zelda to study to be a proper Elf. On the way, he gets shipwrecked on a mysterious island taken over by evil, which he then tries to free to make his way back home.

In this movie Chef Stef takes a unique route through the game exploiting many glitches to completely skip parts of the game that you are normally required to play. If you like Zelda, and you like glitches, this is the movie to watch.

This is movie is nearly 5 minutes faster that the author's previous movie. There were many improvements. We recommend reading the author's comments.

We also have a movie of the Game Boy version (no DX), which skips a lot more of the game

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