The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask feature

The second unofficial PC port for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask has been released for free

The team behind the unofficial PC port for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Ship of Harkinian, has released an unofficial PC port for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. This is the second unofficial PC port of this Nintendo 64 Zelda game, allowing you to play it natively on the PC. So, make sure to check it out. It’s a really cool project.

This second PC port of Majora’s Mask is called 2Ship2Harkinian. According to the devs, the entire game is 100% playable and finishable. Plus, it has a few enhancements and additions.

2Ship2Harkinian supports high framerates and widescreen resolutions. You can change many graphic settings, just like in Ship of Harkinian. It also lets you invert the camera controls, has autosaving, and a free look mode. You can also make your character climb faster and even play as Kafei.

And that’s not all. This second PC version of Majora’s Mask has faster mask transformations and a bow reticle for easier aiming. It will also work with both N64 1.0 USA and GameCube USA ROMs. Plus, you can speed up text and hold B to skip to the next textbox even faster.

In short, 2Ship2Harkinian appears to be just as good as the first PC port of Majora’s Mask. The only difference between them is that the first PC port was recompiled, whereas this is a full decompilation. This means that the devs of this second PC port should be able to add custom features much easier. But for the average user, there won’t be any major differences. So, if you’ve been playing the previous PC port of Majora’s Mask, you can skip this one.

You can go ahead and download 2Ship2Harkinian from this link. As said, you’ll need a ROM of the original N64 The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask game.

Since I mentioned Zelda 64: Recompiled, I should note that it has received a new update. This update adds support for analog camera and it improves the blur effects at high framerates. It also introduces some new options. Those interested can download it from here. At the end of the article, you can also find a trailer for it.

I cannot stress enough how amazing these unofficial PC ports of old console games are. They are exactly what we’d be getting if Nightdive got its hands on them. Realistically, that will never happen. So, I am glad modding teams have been able to complete these complex projects and share them for free.

Speaking of unofficial PC ports of classic console games, I also recommend downloading Perfect Dark, Super Mario 64 and Jak and Daxter. All of them are great, and they all support 60fps.

Have fun!

Analog Cam & More - Zelda 64: Recompiled 1.1.0