Tingle’s Maps
Tingle’s Maps: Hyrule Castle (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)
By on December 5th, 2018 0
I can think of few locations as epic to host a battle royale among gaming's most iconic characters as high atop a castle overlooking the vast terrain far below. That's why it is...
Tingle’s Maps: Lost Woods (Ocarina of Time)
By on November 28th, 2018 0
The forests of Hyrule are not to be trifled with, and the Lost Woods are the ultimate example of why. Mystical, magical, and nearly incomprehensible, no one, not even the natural...
Tingle’s Maps: Hyrule Field (Ocarina of Time)
By on November 21st, 2018 0
After defeating Queen Gohma and leaving Kokiri Forest, Link (and by extension, the player) truly sees how big the land of Hyrule is. As soon as the player enters the field, the...
Tingle’s Maps: Lake Hylia (Ocarina of Time)
By on November 14th, 2018 0
There is something incredibly appealing about the water effects in Ocarina of Time, and the ability to enjoy them in a massive setting such as Lake Hylia has been appreciated by...
Tingle’s Maps: Ganon’s Tower
By on November 7th, 2018 0
After seven years of stasis, Link emerges from Rauru’s secret chamber and leaves the Temple of Time. Much to his horror, he sees that the bustling Town Square has become ruined...
Tingle’s Maps: Kakariko Village (A Link to the Past)
By on October 31st, 2018 0
Towns were first seen in The Adventure of Link, and to be honest, they weren’t very good or interesting. There were a lot of forgettable locations and even more forgettable...
Tingle’s Maps: Ravio’s Shop
By on October 17th, 2018 0
In most Zelda games, Link has his own house, but there’s usually never much reason to visit it once you’ve discovered the vast world of Hyrule and all of its wonders....
Tingle’s Maps: The Hidden Village
By on October 10th, 2018 0
The Lanaryu Providence is Hyrule’s largest region and is home to most some of the most memorable locations in Twilight Princess. One location, in particular, is quite small in...
Tingle’s Maps: Hyrule Castle Town (Twilight Princess)
By on October 3rd, 2018 0
The villages and towns in Zelda games are some of my favorite areas to visit. They let you glimpse into the world’s culture and interact with charming characters, which gives...
Tingle’s Maps: Submerged Hyrule Castle
By on September 19th, 2018 0
As I’m sure I’ve mentioned on numerous occasions, The Wind Waker was my first Zelda game and remains one of my favorites to this day. There are so many exciting places to...
Tingle’s Maps: The Lost Woods (Breath of the Wild)
By on September 12th, 2018 0
The Lost Woods is a recurring place in Zelda games and one that any fan will recognize as a staple of the series. Even in the games in which it doesn't appear, there are close...
Tingle’s Maps: Private Oasis
By on September 5th, 2018 0
The Private Oasis is a particularly special island in The Wind Waker. This quadrant is best known for the cabana, which awaits its master's return. To gain access to it, Link...
Tingle’s Maps: Pumpkin Landing
By on August 29th, 2018 0
Skyloft as a whole is a very pleasant, colorful place I often found myself wishing to visit in real life while playing Skyward Sword. It's not without its dangers, however --...
Tingle’s Maps: Zora’s Domain (Ocarina of Time)
By on August 22nd, 2018 0
When I first came across the waterfall at the end of Zora's River, my mind filled with curiosity. I wondered what could be hiding behind the waterfall, and why it was such a...
Tingle’s Maps: Great Bay Coast
By on August 15th, 2018 0
Thinking back to the beaches I've ventured through in most video games, most of my memories range from pleasant to joyful. Rolling watermelons on Super Mario Sunshine's Gelato...