The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Appears in WarioWare: Get It Together!
Type Nintendo Classics
Command Strike!
Info "Wow! Link is sooo cool! He stopped that object in its tracks using the Stasis Rune! Strike it to build up kinetic energy and send it flying. 2017: Nintendo Switch, Wii U"
Points to clear 30

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the microgames in 9-Volt's Nintendo Classics level in WarioWare: Get It Together! It is based on the Wii U and Nintendo Switch game of the same name.

Gameplay[edit]

Using the character's move, the player has to knock a floating object that has been frozen with the Stasis Rune multiple times to build kinetic energy up to its maximum capacity. Once they do so, the object is sent flying and the microgame is cleared. Link appears on the right side of the screen and cheers after the player clears the microgame. Two strikes from 9-Volt's yo-yo, 5-Volt's teleportation, and Lulu's ground pound; three strikes from Mona's boomerang, Red's bombs, Pyoro's tongue, and other direct-contact attacks; approximately one second of Orbulon's beam in the microgame's normal speed; and six strikes from other projectiles are required to launch the object.

  • Level 1: The object is a large metal box.
  • Level 2: The object is a medium-sized boulder.
  • Level 3: The object is a small sphere.

If two players are utilized for this microgame, more hits are required to clear the microgame: three strikes from 9-Volt's yo-yo, 5-Volt's teleportation, and Lulu's ground pound; four of Red's bombs; five strikes from Mona's boomerang, Pyoro's tongue, and other direct-contact attacks; approximately one-and-a-half seconds of Orbulon's beam in the microgame's normal speed; and ten strikes from other projectiles. If the players win, the player that hits the object more times, or hits the object first if both players hit the object the same amount of times, receives an effort point.

Suitability[edit]

Good Fit Kat & Ana character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Orbulon character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!
18-Volt character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Dr. Crygor character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!5-Volt character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Penny character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Pyoro character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!
Wario character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Young Cricket character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Mona character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Dribble & Spitz character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!9-Volt character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Mike character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Jimmy T character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Ashley character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Red character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Master Mantis character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!Lulu character selection grid icon from WarioWare: Get It Together!
Bad Fit
  • Kat & Ana's constant jumping and shuriken projectiles allow them to constantly hit the object.
  • Orbulon's tractor beam can launch the object very quickly.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゼルダの伝説 ブレス オブ ザ ワイルド
Zeruda no Densetsu Buresu obu za Wairudo
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Korean 젤다의 전설 브레스 오브 더 와일드
Jelda-ui Jeonseol Beuresseu obeu deo Waildeu
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild