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Jul 25, 2005 | 12:35 AM EDT
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"The Legend of Zelda: The Lampshade of no real significance"
A brand new game from The Super Flash Bros!

Explore the town of "Hyscule" in this RPG.
Look out for countless Decline, Newgrounds and Gaming cameos in Link's strangest adventure ever to hit the Web.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

never ever stop playing or youll never be happy again its that awsome


Rated 4 / 5 stars

bwahahaha, meat for burger was disgusting, but I like it anyway.


Rated 5 / 5 stars





Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool game here


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

And then he just kind of walked off the screen for a while.... until he got to the sequel to this game.

The music was pretty much the same the whole time.... it needed end music.

The animation was a bit dopey and pointless, kind of like the game itself.

At first it was pretty hard to figure out where I was supposed to be going with it, but in the end hilarity ensued. I did actually enjoy most of the game. There were a couple parts that seemed less thought-out, but I can't expect too much from a game that has "No Real Sig...." No, no. I mean a game that has "no real significance" in the title. It was quirky in the same way that Tingle was, in the sense that you're not really sure why he's there, and in the end you aren't sure what just happened. But at least you seem to be in-tact. Some people died, the best of which was the sleeping person you helped the one guy throw water on and then took a tazer and killed him in his sleep. I actually laughed out loud when I discovered that the vase you gave to the person standing in front of the well used the water he gained to throw it on the mysterious sleeping person. You did a good job making fun of the characters I already know about, the ones made by Nintendo. But the best part of the game for me was the very begining. No, not the part where I warped space by walking in a straight-line through a paradoxical screen loop. The part where, having never played this game before, I somehow "accidentally" walked straight over to the plug and beat the dungeon boss in like two seconds. It was a complete guess, but it worked, and it made me want to keep playing the rest of the game until I finally beat it. Or "fin'd" it....

Overall, it was not a bad waste of twenty minutes. And it was actually funny. Good job.