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1  General Boards / Gaming / Re: Entire Zelda series, mounted on the wall - from imgur on: January 15, 2016, 09:54:43 AM
Heh, yeah.  The biggest reason I went with Zelda instead of Mario (well, second biggest, since I like Zelda more) is that it's a lot harder to tell where to draw the line for what should be included.  Super Mario World: definitely.  Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island?  Of course.  Yoshi's Island DS?  I... guess?  It feels like it's getting a bit far afield.  And then the sports games, and the RPGs, and the party games and... yeah.  Zelda had a lot fewer edge cases, and most of them I've included already (Hyrule Warriors, Link's Crossbow Training).  Tingle games are up in the air, and the CD-i games I'm fine with saying no.  Third reason I did Zelda was my copy of New Super Mario Bros. 2 was missing at the time, and there was no way I was going to buy another copy of that.  By far my least favorite Mario game.

2  General Boards / Gaming / Re: Entire Zelda series, mounted on the wall - from imgur on: January 14, 2016, 08:44:48 PM
Thanks!  I'm glad you like it.  It's one of the few things I've done that look as cool in real life as they do in my head.  I think the Megaman setup looks sweet in real life, too, but man did I take a terrible photo of it, and trying to salvage it via photoshop made it look like a funhouse mirror.  They're not my games, though, so it'll be a little while before I can take another.

I agree it's not an exact representation of the dungeon, but... I dunno, I kinda like it better that way.  It's the games coming together to resemble that shape, rather than me doing things to specifically recreate it, if that makes any sense.  I figured it was close enough that people would guess it, but... not many people did; generally people just complained about the haphazard arrangement.  Yes, if I add another box (especially a 5x7), I'll move the entry area down.  Minish Cap would be good in its own box, I think—maybe the cart resting on a lillypad?  Although there's not much room for it to go further down before it ends up behind my desk—nor up, before it hits my ceiling :-)  It's really quite large!

Quick poll here: do the Tingle games belong on the wall?  I was thinking no, that they've got a Zelda character, but that doesn't make them Zelda games (much like Mario Kart has Mario series characters, but I wouldn't put them on a Mario wall).  But I'm not sure.

~Mark Josef
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