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Banjo Kazooie meets The Legend of Zelda in this free fan game, available now for download

Banjo Kazooie and Zelda fans, here is something special for you today. Mark Kurko has released a new free fan game that merges Banjo-Kazooie with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. This fan game is called The Legend of Banjo-Kazooie: The Jiggies of Time, and is available for download right now.

The Legend of Banjo-Kazooie: The Jiggies of Time features nine worlds, 100 jiggles, 900 notes and a lot of easter eggs. Moreover, this free game is compatible with the real Nintendo 64 console.

Naturally, PC gamers can use a Nintendo 64 emulator in order to play it. And, if you are big fans of these two franchises, we strongly suggest doing so.

The modder has also released a full playthrough of this fan game. From what we can see, The Legend of Banjo-Kazooie: The Jiggies of Time will last around 30 minutes. So yeah, it’s not a big game. Then again, this is a free fan game.

This new Nintendo 64 free game comes right after the leak of the source code for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Do note that this is mere coincidence and nothing more. Still, and since the source code is already out in the wild, we are curious to see whether there will be any new free PC games based on it.

You can download The Legend of Banjo-Kazooie: The Jiggies of Time via a link that is available in the following video.


Banjo Kazooie Jiggies of Time (1/11) LOST WOODS & KOKIRI FOREST

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