A player in the Kingdom of "Tears" is playing classic Zelda songs in the game
Highlights Tears of the Kingdom players continue to impress with their creativity, as one player recreates three songs from Ocarina of Time using Zo...
- Tears of the Kingdom players continue to impress with their creativity, as one player recreates three songs from Ocarina of Time using Zonai stakes and a cart on a track.
- The simplicity of the contraptions used to create the songs highlights the ingenuity of the player, who carefully timed the hits on the stakes to produce the desired notes.
- The achievement received praise from other players, showcasing the inspiring art and engineering that gamers have been able to create in Tears of the Kingdom.
A player of "Tears of the Kingdom" has shown remarkable ingenuity and diligence in recreating three songs from "Ocarina of Time" in the new Zelda game. Since its release, the latest installment in the Zelda series has amazed fans and critics alike with its incredible degree of freedom. Players are provided with tools and resources to be creative and then set out in Hyrule to discover what they can make of it. This has led to some hilarious, amazing, or just plain bizarre designs in "Tears of the Kingdom".
From the Link Launcher, built by fans, to various devices for terrorizing Bokoblins, there are countless examples of interesting applications of the game's resources and mechanics. While many of these creations are based on the game's realistic physics, the presence of noise-generating stakes in Hyrule has also opened the door to more musical devices. A player has recently demonstrated this.
A player named "supreme_Tortila" on Reddit has just revealed three devices that can each play a different song from Ocarina of Time. These devices are actually surprisingly simple and utilize Zonai stakes, a Zonai beam, and a cart on a rail. While Zonai stakes are not among the most useful Zonai devices in "Tears of the Kingdom," they are notable for producing different musical notes when struck by a Zonai beam. Equipped with this information, "supreme_Tortila" set up a series of stakes and then placed a beam on a cart. As the cart rolls along, it hits the stakes at certain times, eventually producing a short song.
In particular, using the same group of devices and the same basic strategy, "supreme_Tortila" was able to produce "Sun's Song," "Song of Storms," and "Song of Healing." Other Redditors and fans of Tears of the Kingdom were impressed by this achievement, praising the creativity and commenting on how much time it must have taken to get the distance between the stakes and the speed of the cart just right. There were also suggestions for improvements, such as adding a second beam on the opposite side to produce even more complex songs, as well as suggestions for Nintendo songs that could be added next.
While the Zonai may still be a mystery in "Tears of the Kingdom," players have clearly spent a lot of time deciphering the secrets of their devices. This has unlocked all kinds of inspiring artwork and engineering feats, and these music machines are just the latest example.
All of this speaks to Nintendo's achievement with this game. In addition to a compelling story, satisfying puzzles, and solid combat mechanics, it also gives players the freedom to develop almost anything they can imagine. While some fans have used this freedom to design a player-built flying mech in Tears of the Kingdom, others are taking an artistic and musical path.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is now available on the Switch.