The Legend of Zelda a Link to the Past: Here Is a Fan Remake Made With Unity!


The independent developer and YouTuber BlobVanDam is working on an (unofficial) remake of The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past made with the Unity graphics engine, with the aim of bringing a timeless classic back to life.

The author of this fan remake lets us know that at the moment he only played a small part of the game, is in fact an amateur work carried out in his spare time. The results achieved are certainly of a good standard as shown by a short video published by BlobVanDam on Twitter.

Released in 1991 on Super Nintendo (and converted in 2003 on the Game Boy Advance) The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past is the first game in the 16-bit series as well as one of the most acclaimed games in the series, with over four million copies sold worldwide and extremely positive reviews.

At the moment we do not know if Nintendo will intervene to block the project, as happened in the case of other amateur jobs, the house in Kyoto has in fact always been very attentive to this topic and has often blocked fan-made productions that exploit Nintendo names and characters in the bud.