> BloodPuppetX wrote:
>> KCPenguins wrote:
> |>> Groo wrote:
>> |>> @KCPenguins it was lighting the torches, how was I supposed to know the magic
> |>> powder
>> |>> does that too
> |>> Not judging, I got stuck many years ago on LADx. It's a great game, one of the
> |>> "traditional" Zeldas. I helped my kiddos a bit and they were able to do it.
> |>> design by Nintendo.
>> Wait until he gets to Eagle's Tower lol. I manage to get stuck in that dungeon
>> time, including when I played the Switch remake. The game was even trickier in
>> original version, such as that one door you're supposed to throw a pot through.
>> made it more obvious in the Switch version.
> Every time I played it growing up that dungeon always gave me trouble. But, each
> time I've played it as an adult I've gotten through it without any issues. Probably
> just because I've played the game so many times.
> @Groo Figuring out how to get the first key was the hardest thing for me the first
> time I played the game. Now that you're past that, you should be fine. As for the
> torches, I'm pretty sure the witch suggests you use the powder to light the torch
> in her hut the first time she makes it for you. The game is actually pretty good
> about giving clues if you talk to everybody, especially calling the old man. I mostly
> ignored that stuff when I was a kid which made things a lot harder.
Progressing along nicely, game is a joy. It is generous with all the hints via villagers or phone huts. The Pot door didn't get get me as I saw the picture on the door if we are talking about the same door. The 5 Leafs if I didn't use a phone booth before looking for them I doubt I would have found 1 of them. Anyway back at it, have not played another game since starting this one back up.