The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was published by Nintendo in 1998. The game is part of the Legend of Zelda series and focuses on the series main character, Link who must save the land of Hyrule from a great evil.
Another one of Shigeru Miyamoto projects (creator of Mario, Donkey Kong, Star Fox) the game sold over 7 million copies worldwide and placed second in Official Nintendo Magazine's "100 greatest Nintendo games of all time".
Taking place in the land of Hyrule, the game features puzzles, combat, rpg elements as the player controls Link throughout the game. The game allows the player to use objects such as bombs, a bow and arrow, the series trademark Master Sword, and the magical Ocarina of Time. Placing an importance on the music of the game the player will learn a variety of songs throughout the game that Link can play on the Ocarina that will allow him to trigger certain events or teleport Link to the original location where he learned the song. The game also features a simple combat system called "Z-Targeting" allowing the player to target a single enemy at a time and perform advance acrobatic attacks while keeping Link faced on the target.