from the original Japanese version showing things changed or removed in
total = 11
Japanese version had three save files. But the Owl statues could not
be used to create a temporary save.
Japanese version doesn't show how many rupees or masks you have, but
instead has a save counter (how many times you've played the song of
completly removed area. In the Japanese version you cannot get straight
to the Bean seller by going through the right side of the Deku Palace
you must go through the left side and enter a grotto hole there, which
will take you to the place you see here. Go through this area and
you end up in the second half of the right side of the Palace gardens.
is where you come out.
strange Japanese eh? Instead of having 12 o'clock they have 0 o'clock.
a different movie for when you first see Epona.
puzzle involves freezing a flow of water to stop the turning wheel and
allow you to get to the doorway into the next room. In the Japanese
version the wheel stops moving a certain time after you freeze the water,
meaning you have to time your shot to get the wheel to stop in the right
position, this is very, very tedious. In later versions the wheel keeps
turning until it is in the right position before stopping.
the Japanese version, when you put on a transformation mask, Link will
end up looking towards the camera. Although only a minor thing it does
become quite annoying, in later versions Link ends up looking the way
he was when the transformation started.