The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Cheats


The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Cheats


Extra Heart Pieces

As a child, go to Kakariko Village Graveyard at night and do Dampé’s Heart-Pounding Gravedigging Tour. Normally, a single Heart Piece is one of the random items Dampé can dig up. Due to a programming error, however, the process will reset if you leave and reenter the graveyard. The game won’t register that you’ve already gotten that Heart Piece. As a result, it’s possible to get as many Heart Pieces as you want from Dampé. Only the first 20 Hearts are displayed correctly, but the next three are given unique symbols on the touch screen. Note: Getting 30 Hearts will crash the game.

Inside Lord Jabu-Jabu as an adult

Impossible you say? Think again! Go to where Lord Jabu-Jabu was as an adult and go to the left hand (master quest=right hand) side of the piece of ice where he was and run along the edge. After a few attempts you will be able to get inside Lord Jabu-Jabu as an adult and you can even active door switches and walk through the whole dungeon. Unfortunately, since the temple was cleared before, you cannot re-defeat the boss or mini-boss.

Lens of truth uses no magic

This is the same glitch as in the N64 version, you need to play the song of storms, then immediately equip the lens of truth. The lens of truth won’t use any magic if this is done fast enough.

Mario level in Hyrule Castle Garden

When you go to visit Zelda at the beginning of the game, look in the window to your right when you walk in. In the original version, there used to be some paintings of Mario, Luigi, etc. However, in the 3DS version, there’s something different. There’s a mural of a Mario level, complete with blocks and pipes.

Golden Fairy

When Navi goes to a random point and turns green, take out your ocarina and play Zelda’s Lullaby or Song of Storms. A golden fairy will then appear fully healing your health and restoring your magic

Never get captured by wall/floormasters.

When you see the shadow/hear the sound quickly switch into first person view. the floor master will disappear.

Use any item as an Ocarina

For speedruns or just fun you can use any item as an Ocarina without having an Ocarina! Catch a bug in a bottle. Then drop it and catch it again. Then without moving backflip and while in the air press the button the bug is in and then the button of the item you want to play. If done correctly the player should be playing the item as an Ocarina! This is extremely useful for speedruns or if you don’t have an Ocarina.

Hidden secret in Hyrule Castle courtyard

When you arrive in the Hyrule Castle courtyard, look at the left window. Now take out your slingshot, and shoot the potted plant. Someone will yell at you to stop doing that, and they will also throw a bomb at you.

Ganondorf’s Weaknesses

While beating Ganondorf with your most powerful weapons is the obvious strategy, he is surprisingly vulnerable to more mundane items in your inventory. An empty bottle will reflect his projectiles during the first stage of the final battle. Ganon’s final form is vulnerable to Deku Nuts, which comes in handy if you don’t want to use your slower, more powerful weapons. Note that the bottle strategy even works on Phantom Ganon in the Forest Temple boss fight.

ReDead Invisibility

ReDeads detect you based on sound, not sight. If you equip the Iron Boots beforehand, however, they won’t react at all. This is because the game registers the sound of Link’s slower walking animation differently from that of his regular walking. As long as you don’t pull out or put away a weapon, you’ll be completely invisible to them.

Repelling Keese

If you’re in an area with a lot of Keese, try equipping the Skull Mask. As long as you have it on, the Keese won’t attack you.

Infinite sword glitch

This glitch makes it so that links sword always registers as swinging, and will also not allow him to walk off edges, perfect for invisible walkways. To preform it, you need to take out your sword (works with any sword) and crouch in front of an interactive object. Don’t use a sign that can be chopped or a person, but anything else should work, including bombs. Jab attack it and quickly press A. You want to interact while the sword is extended. If you do it correctly your sword should look like it’s slightly glowing. DO NOT SWING. Swinging will cancel the glitch, and you will need to do it again. The swords hitbox will now register as swinging and permanently do damage. If you put the sword away, backflip and press B in midair.

Unlimited Bottles

Equip a bottle to any button. Swing the bottle at a bug/fairy/fish. Before you catch the bug/fairy/fish, equip an item you don’t need to the button of the bottle. The item will be transformed into a bottle, and will never return to it’s original state.

Warning: Do not replace items required for gameplay with a bottle, for you can not get it back. Replace items such as Masks, or the Trade Item after you complete the trade.

Infinite Money at Will

In the past, there is a beggar in the Hyrule Castle Market that asks you to sell him things with C. In the future, that same beggar is relocated to Kakariko Village, which is perfect for arguably the fastest non-Skulltulla money trick in the game.

Behind the old lady’s potion shop in Kakariko lies a grotto, and within it, a fish. Bring a bunch of empty bottles to the grotto, then enter and re-enter the grotto until you’re able to fill all of your bottles with fish. The beggar will buy each fish for 100 rupees, and you can repeat this process as many times as you wish until your money is maxed out. This obviously works best when you have the Giant’s Wallet and are able to carry a maximum of 500 rupees at a time.