If you haven't heard about the "minus worlds" before, it's basically a glitch found in multiple classic games such as Super Mario Bros. on the NES. Now, decades after the release of The Legend of Zelda on the same platform, the minus worlds in this title have been discovered.
YouTube channel Skelux has accessed the minus worlds in this game using a combination of glitches and cheat codes to go beyond the borders of each screen. The video doesn't really go into finer details but does show a large amount of this area for nearly 10 minutes. For most parts, it's a lot of mixed up data that is somehow still functioning. For the full rundown, check out the clip above.
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