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Original The Legend of Zelda Map Printed In 3D

 |  |  |  December 19, 2016


Back in the day, if you wanted to have a record of where the dungeons and secrets were in a game like The Legend of Zelda, you had to draw your own map. These days you can just 3D print a detailed map, like this amazing replica of the game’s entire overworld.

Willard McFarland bought this unique creation from the Facebook group Trade Sell Collect Retro. McFarland says that the person he bought it from had spent six months building the map in Minecraft, then output the map to a 3D model. After that, it took 24 hours of printing and six hours of painting to complete.

The results are so drool worthy. I wish I had bought this.

[via Retro Gaming Magazine via Kotaku]



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