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For those of you who love this game, and are looking for a reason to play it again, there is a whole world of tricks and glitches in the game. There is a full community of players that look for glitches to go through the game quickly. Check out this site if you are interested in pushing this game to its limits: http://zeldaspeedruns.com/oot/

There are simple things from the Infinite Sword Glitch, that you can learn in a couple minutes, to getting the Mirror Shield without entering the Spirit Temple. The bomb glitches are some of the most fun things you can do in the game period, and allow you to superslide, bomb hover, megaflip, etc.

Personally I've never had more fun playing the game than learning sequence breaks and tricks that are listed here. Strongly recommended for anyone who loves glitches in games.
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Interesting. I have the 3DS version though and I believe they filled in these loopholes.
 
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A lot of the tricks still work on 3DS, including Infinite Sword Glitch, supersliding, and a lot of wall clips. There are some other tricks that only work on 3DS, but I don't know too much about the differences.

There is a pretty comprehensive list of most of the glitches in the game located here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ar4DxBmYYzPYdHF...

The zeldaspeedruns community has been updating this doc periodically, and occasionally update whether each trick is doable on the 3DS version, but it would seem for the most part they generally work.
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