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The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons is a game released for the Game Boy Color handheld system. It was released along with The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages.


Seasons begins as the Triforce calls out to Link from within its temple. Link approaches it, and is transported to a dark forest where he encounters a traveling group led by a dancer named Din. After Din welcomes Link to Holodrum, the sky becomes covered in black clouds. A voice from the clouds calls Din the Oracle of Seasons and refers to himself as Onox, General of Darkness. A funnel cloud drops from the sky, taking Din into its dark heights. As the tornado dissipates, the seasons of Holodrum fall into disarray and change rapidly.

Din's attendant, Impa, tells Link that they were headed for Hyrule; she instructs him to see the Maku Tree in Horon Village, the capital of Holodrum. Link finds a sword in a cave and makes his way to the tree. The Maku Tree tells Link he will need the eight Essences of Nature and gives him the Gnarled Key, which unlocks the dungeon holding the first Essence. Link retrieves the eight Essences, hidden in eight dungeons throughout Holodrum, and brings them to the Maku Tree. The Maku Tree uses them to create a Huge Maku Seed, a sacred seed that cleanses evil, which allows Link to enter Onox's castle. Link enters the castle and defeats Onox. He rescues Din, who tells him that he is now a true hero and must face a new trial soon. Twinrova, watching the scene remotely, states that the Flame of Destruction has been powered by the havoc Onox has wrought.

Facts about "The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons"RDF feed
Australian Game Boy Color Release5 October 2001 +
Australian Release5 October 2001 +
ComposerMinako Adachi + and Kiyohiro Sada +
ContentTypeVideo Game +
DesignerHidemaro Fujibayashi +, Yoichiro Ikeda + and Su Chol Lee +
DeveloperCapcom + and Flagship +
Digital Platform3DS Virtual Console +
DirectorHidemaro Fujibayashi +
DisplayNameThe Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons +
European Game Boy Color Release5 October 2001 +
European Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console ReleaseMay 30 2013 +
European Release5 October 2001 + and 30 May 2013 +
FeaturesSingle-player +
GameCatVideo Game +
Game Boy Color Release5 October 2001 +, 14 May 2001 + and 27 February 2001 +
GenreAction +, Adventure + and RPG +
Japanese Game Boy Color Release27 February 2001 +
Japanese Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console ReleaseFebruary 27 2013 +
Japanese Release27 February 2001 + and 27 February 2013 +
Lead ArtistYusuke Nakano +
NameLegend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons +
NamePageThe Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons +
NamesLegend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons + and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons +
Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console Release30 May 2013 + and 27 February 2013 +
North American Game Boy Color Release14 May 2001 +
North American Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console ReleaseMay 30 2013 +
North American Release14 May 2001 + and 30 May 2013 +
PEGI7 + and 7/7+ +
PageNameThe Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons +
PageTypeVideo Games + and Games +
PlatformGame Boy Color + and Virtual Console +
PlatformTypeConsole + and Handheld +
ProducerNoritaka Funamizu +
PublisherNintendo +
RatingBodiesESRB +, PEGI +, ACB +, ELSPA + and USK +
RatingsESRB-E +, ACB-PG +, ELSPA-3+ + and USK-0 +
RegionEurope +, North America +, Australia + and Japan +
SeriesThe Legend of Zelda +
StatusReleased +
USK0 +
Year2001 + and 2013 +

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