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The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is the second game in the series released for the Nintendo DS. It follows events that took place in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, and employs the same visual style as the two previous games.


In the land of New Hyrule, Link is a young boy who is now a new train conductor about to get his graduation certificate from Princess Zelda herself. During an investigation of why the Spirit Tracks are disappearing, Zelda is killed and Chancellor Cole is revealed to be in league with the evil Malladus, using Zelda's body as a vessel to bring Malladus back to life. Zelda's spirit contacts Link, who then helps her to restore the Spirit Tracks and to regain her physical form and to stop Chancellor Cole's plan to revive Malladus.


It is similar to that of The Phantom Hourglass, except that travel to various locations in New Hyrule is now done by train, which Link controls throughout the game. Like the steamboat, Link can add new parts to the train like the cannon for blowing up certain obstacles and monsters that come across his path. The player can also control Zelda as she inhabits a Phantom Knight suit of armor, which can come in handy for solving certain problems within the Tower of Spirits which she and Link visit repeatedly to obtain rail maps to various regions of New Hyrule. Link has a musical instrument in this game called the Spirit Flute which the player operates by gliding it left and right with the touch screen and blowing into the pipes with the DS microphone.

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Australian Nintendo DS Release10 December 2009 +
Australian Release10 December 2009 +
ComposerToru Minegishi +, Manaka Tominaga +, Asuka Ohta + and Koji Kondo +
ContentTypeVideo Game +
DeveloperNintendo EAD Group No. 3 +
DirectorDaiki Iwamoto +
DisplayNameThe Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks +
ESRBE10+ +
European Nintendo DS Release11 December 2009 +
European Release11 December 2009 +
FeaturesSingle-player + and Multi-player +
GameCatVideo Game +
GenreAction +, Adventure + and RPG +
Japanese Nintendo DS Release23 December 2009 +
Japanese Release23 December 2009 +
Lead ArtistNaoya Hasegawa + and Yuri Adachi +
NameLegend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks +
NamePageThe Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks +
NamesLegend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks + and The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks +
Nintendo DS Release11 December 2009 +, 7 December 2009 +, 10 December 2009 + and 23 December 2009 +
North American Nintendo DS Release7 December 2009 +
North American Release7 December 2009 +
PEGI7 + and 7/7+ +
PageNameThe Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks +
PageTypeVideo Games + and Games +
PlatformNintendo DS +
PlatformTypeConsole + and Handheld +
ProducerEiji Aonuma +
PublisherNintendo +
RatingBodiesESRB +, PEGI + and ACB +
RatingsESRB-E10+ + and ACB-PG +
RegionEurope +, North America +, Australia + and Japan +
SeriesThe Legend of Zelda +
StatusReleased +
Year2009 +

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