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Week thirty five of Operation Graphite – Theme: The Legend of Zelda.

Few other other video games inspire such nostalgia. What now seems like a simple game with bad graphics, was ahead of it’s time as one of the first non linear video games. The later Zelda games were good, and had greatly improved stories and graphics. But, it’s those first installments that just gave you a few story elements; they inspired players to fill in the rest of the details with their imagination. Part of me always hopes that we will see a Legend of Zelda movie some day. The other part of me realizes that if it were done, it would probably be as bad as the Super Mario Brothers movie. Maybe for the best that it never gets a Hollywood makeover.

Contributing Members:

bruku – Eaten by Gannon

Micah – Link

Shock – Last Silver Arrow

Thank you for playing


The theme selected for week thirty five of Operation Graphite will be: The Legend of Zelda.

The Kingdom of Hyrule has long suffered under the rule of the dark wizard Gannon. Only Princes Zelda, who holds the Triforce of Wisdom, and a young boy named Link, who holds the Triforce of Courage, can stop the Evil Gannon and his Triforce of Power from crushing the known world under his iron rule. This week we celebrate one of the most influential video game series of all time. Time to put down your controller, and pick up your art supplies as we journey to Hyrule.

Any drawing or painting, using traditional or digital media, that is inspired by The Legend of Zelda series is far game.

All art work is due on Thursday 10.4.12. Submissions will be published the following Friday 10.5.12.

And for the record. Link will always be a Lefty.