It's not a bad Zelda style game, it's probably one of the better ones for Android. Unfortunately, There's a couple of nagging problems with it. Gamepad support being the big one for me. Gamepad support seems like it was an afterthought (no indicator what you have selected in the start menu, needing to swap the analog stick and d-pad with the mode button to get the d-pad to work). The hit detection is also a bit questionable in spots. Otherwise, it's not bad.
Great game, don't get me wrong The game is good, really good. The only issue is that it doesn't take up the whole screen on Nexus devices. The nav buttons still show up while playing. If the dev were to update it and get rid of those, then I would give it a full 5 stars. Using the Nexus 6.
Great original Zelda clone. A few bugs, but not a deal killer. -Google+ login broken, crashes application -Controller left d-pad is incorrectly mapped. (Nexus 7 2013 + ipega bluetooth telescopic controller)
Great challenging game with good story line Big lifelong Zelda fan and heard about this game and wanted to give it a try. Could not play on older device (Galaxy S3). After I got new S7 decided to give anothet chance. Great game and challenging puzzles. Great graphics and storyline. You will not be disappointed unless it does not run properly on your device. Looking forward to sequel.
It crashes when I try to login my Google play account. Please fix this game looked great on pc and wanted it on my phone as well. I'm on the Google pixel.
The Legendary Cell Dew An obvious clone of Shigeru Miyamoto's classic action-adventure series. From the "Link's Awakening" setup to the vaguely "Wind Waker" inspired graphics to the block sliding puzzles, items, dungeons, this game scratches all the right itches. I have to deduct a whole star because the controls are clumsy and the login button for Google+ crashes the whole app, making achievements impossible. This has been mentioned in numerous reviews half a year ago, so with a sequel out, this is unlikely to ever get fixed.
Nvidia Shield support
A gorgeous hand-painted adventure with a unique weapon and tool: a fishing pole!
3rd person, Action-RPG Dungeon Crawler in the vein of classic console experience