Zelda Tears of the Kingdom player builds hilarious swing attraction for Koroks
A player of A Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has created a swing attraction using the Ultra Hand ability to entertain the Koroks of Hyrule.Th...
A player of A Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has created a swing attraction using the Ultra Hand ability to entertain the Koroks of Hyrule.
The swing attraction consists of a rotating platform attached to a tree. Four Koroks are seated in chairs that rotate when activated.
Another creation of the player, called the Wave Swinger, hurls the Koroks around wildly due to a malfunction, creating a less peaceful experience.
A player of A Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has used the Ultra Hand ability to build a hilarious swing attraction for some Koroks. Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom offers a lot of replayability with Ultra Hand, and this player has used it to enhance the lives of the Koroks in Hyrule.
Koroks have been incorporated in several Legend of Zelda games, from Wind Waker to Tears of the Kingdom. As several landscapes and mechanics from the predecessor of Tears of the Kingdom were carried over, the Koroks also maintained their presence in futuristic Hyrule. With 1,000 Korok seeds available in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, players can encounter many of these creatures on their journeys. This Tears of the Kingdom player decided to celebrate the Koroks of Hyrule by creating a swing attraction reminiscent of rides found in many amusement parks.
Reddit user Divlogue recently shared a clip of their Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Korok swing attraction. The video begins with Divlogue adjusting the position of the swing attraction using the Ultra Hand. The attraction essentially consists of a tree with a rotating platform on top that spins the Koroks as long as it's active. There are four Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Koroks on the attraction, hanging in chairs suspended from a central unit. The Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player then shoots an arrow at their creation to activate it, causing the chairs with the Koroks to spin in a circle. As it spins faster, the Koroks are propelled higher into the air, nearly reaching the heights of the machine they are attached to.
After the clip of the Korok swing attraction, a video follows showcasing what Divlogue has called the Wave Swinger. In contrast to the elegance of the other Korok amusement park attraction, this one hurls the Koroks around wildly due to what Divlogue refers to as a malfunction. Once the Koroks reach the same height as in the other Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Ultra Hand machine, the main structure suddenly swings back and forth like a ride in need of maintenance. While it is unclear how long it took to construct these Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom creations, the existence of the Wave Swinger demonstrates that Divlogue went through multiple iterations of the attraction.
Although no Koroks were harmed during this process, the Wave Swinger appears to be less peaceful for the friendly characters of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Despite the fact that these Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Koroks are trying to be reunited with their friends, Divlogue's construction could provide a pleasant distraction.
Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is now available for the Switch.