The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past has been ranked by players as the best title in the franchise and also one of the best video games in history. Game originally released for the Super Nintendo console in November 1991 and has been enjoyed on many other platforms in an “unofficial” way, such as on our PCs.
This thanks to different emulation software that have allowed us to play A Link to the Past on our computers, a platform that now has an unofficial port created by the developer Snesrev, which despite having reverse engineering processes that are somewhat difficult to understand, is very simple to install.
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It is a version that runs natively on our PC and that only needs a ROM of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past to run a kind of virtual SNES natively. Everything is also completely legal since Nintendo cannot claim piracy, because the creator of the program does not deliver copies of the game and only makes the files available. Copies of Zelda that must be obtained by the end user and that are recommended to be from a ROM extracted from an official cartridge of the game.
As I mentioned, the whole process is somewhat complicated to understand but very easy to install, since the creator of the port created a launcher that you can find at this link and that, with just a couple of clicks, allows you to search for the ROM of our original game ( wink, wink) on our PC, compile and leave everything ready to play it.
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