The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest

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The logo for The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest
Gameplay screenshot of the minigame, shown from the perspective of both a television screen and the Wii U GamePad

The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest is a The Legend of Zelda-themed minigame that appears in the Wii U title Nintendo Land. It is one of the 12 available minigames. The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest features gameplay based on the 3D The Legend of Zelda series installments, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in particular, although characters and certain textures are given a cloth-like design.


The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest is played with the Wii U GamePad and Wii Motion Plus controllers. The player with the GamePad uses the screen as a view finder and can use a bow to shoot arrows. Up to three other players can join with Wii Motion Plus controllers. The additional players have swords. All the players work together to take on a variety of enemies. The players share a total of six Hearts. Character icons are placed next to Heart Containers when they are lost to represent the player who lost that heart.


The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest artwork of Miis battling enemies

Stages (Extras)[edit]

  • The Grasslands
  • The Lost Woods
  • Grassland Temple
  • Road to the Goron Mines
  • The Forest Temple Hunt/Finding the Forest Temple
  • Death Mountain Climb
  • Gerudo Fortress Trail
  • Ganon's Castle Approach
  • Raid on Ganon's Castle
  • The Sacred Grove
  • Journey to the Fire Temple
  • Death Mountain Path
  • Battle of Hyrule Field
  • Ganon's Last Stand


Time Attack[edit]

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advance
  • Finish All Stages
  • Speed Master
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