Eighties Zelda goodies, dishes and a board game


For all of the Zelda fans out there here’s a glance at some rare items from the Zelda universe. The first is a three piece dinnerware set with a bowl, plate and mug. There’s also a Mario dish set in the wild, which has a bluish/grey colored Bowser and Mario instead of Link. Check below for more pictures of the set and a look at the Legend of Zelda board game.





Anyone remember playing the Legend of Zelda board game? Milton Bradley had to make the game needlessly complicated. First you move Link by rolling the dice, then you flip a card in the dungeon and pray that it is a key item like a bomb or the raft so you can move to the next area. If you’re unlucky you might draw a monster card. To “fight” the monster players roll special dice with swords and hearts on them. If you roll a sword the monster gets hit, if it’s a heart you have to give up one of the heart container tokens. It takes about an hour if you’re playing with just one other person to get to the end of the game where someone picks up the Princess Zelda card.




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