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The latest in a series of fan translations of never-localized Zelda games has just been released, this time the Satellaview-exclusive BS Zelda: The Ancient Stone Tablets.

According to Zelda Universe, the game allowed the player to play as both a male and female avatar in a timed quest taking place within the Hyrule illustrated in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.

Additionally, players were treated to new dungeons, real-time voice-overs, weather conditions and many more features.

The game was originally released in 1997 via Satellaview, a Japan-only peripheral for the Super Famicom that allowed players to download games through a satellite radio network.

If you’re interested in trying out the fan-translated version of BS Zelda: The Ancient Stone Tablets, you can download the required emulation files and play right now!

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