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Zelda: Ocarina of Time Roleplay demo released

DLCCorrupt has announced a playable demo for its multiplayer RPG Zelda: Ocarina of Time Roleplay, now available to download.

The game offers more of a role playing than action experience, with the demo showing off a completed Hyrule Field and Hylia Lake reminiscent of the original 3D versions realized on the Nintento 64.

The file weighs in at 50 MB and can be had via ModDB. From the change log:

The first official Demo released for the new month August! For the Public. Hyrule Field & Hylia Lake completed! Play with friends online or by yourself! Everything you see here is not official, texture models, and other things might change as the project evolves. hide detail -

Note:

Stand-Alone File
Demo Torque 3D so ignore buying.
Play with friends!
2 days to finish Hylia Lake! (Soon others will be done!)
Readme from downloaded file:

Installation

If you don't have the newest Direct X or not sure, click and install "Install First!".It will check your computer to see if it needs to be updated.
Click and install "Oot RP BETA". Click next, next, then click install.(Make sure shortcut enabled.)

NOTE! VERY IMPORTANT!!!

If the game doesn't play after installation, click the ICON on your desktop and click
"BROWSE". A window will pop up and double click on the icon with the word "OOT RP"
(RED ICON)

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