This is game #12 in my series for completing SNES games using an emulator and ROMs.
In part 14 of the game Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past I am finally on the last stretch as I get to focus purely on finishing Ganon's Tower and the game but this is going to be a big place to get through so get ready for a two part Ganon's Tower with the next having the final fight in it!
It starts off simple with some easy enough rooms having skeleton things and rooms with holes to fall down where you need the hookshot to get across and to safety.
Then there are some warp tiles and coosing where to go which leads to the jellyfish enemies and an open room holding the invisible pathway only seen through illumination and speedy movement to traverse it before the illumination fades.
First boss fight is those bouncing knight statues but this time the floor is slippery ice which makes it a lot harder to move and avoid them so I found it best to stand still and keep turning and slashing, throwing bombs to time the blast as they charge to me so I do more damage to a few of them and eventually complete the fight.
Moving on to continue through the tower are rooms including the spike traps but also a challenge of quickly lighting the way through the standing torches that open the door so you have to focus on going top to bottom. Annoying is what the next location is by entering the middle pathway and dealing with a room full of spikes and those annoying things that match your movement and shoot at you so you have to be quick to hit it as well.
I start to hate the next bunch of rooms leading up to the next boss fight which sees a return of the laser firing statues that I hate while some of the rooms deal with slippery ice tiles to make life so much more difficult, but I don't expect any less from Ganon's Tower and the final area!
Next boss for this video finishes it off with those rock caterpillars that coming out of the ground and the only extra difficulty added is the thing shooting a ball out to try damage me, fight is still pretty easy at least.
Streamlabs OBS used for recording and setting the scene with SNES font, my avatar and the game picture for what I am playing.
Emulator used: RetroArch
ROMS: They are the games
Saving: Using emulator saving between levels or occasionally in tough parts so I don't always die and repeat so then the game can get completed.