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|Release date|| June 5, 1994|
|Predecessor||Link: The Faces of Evil & Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon|
Zelda's Adventure is a video game developed by Viridis and released for the Philips CD-i in 1994. It is a spiritual sequel to Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon, both released on the same day a year before. Zelda's Adventure boasts an entirely unique design in comparison to the previous CD-i Zelda titles, emphasizing the difference in production between Viridis and the developer of the prequels, Animation Magic.
The land of Tolemac is in the middle of the Age of Darkness: Ganon recently kidnapped Link and began exerting his influence over the land. Princess Zelda sets out to save the young adventurer and learns from the astronomer, Gaspra, that she must first collect seven Celestial Signs before she can conquer the dark king and bring Hyrule to an "Age of Lightness".
The story is told through live-action, full-motion-video cut-scenes filmed in Los Angeles on blue screen.