After already Zelda: Breath of the Wild was considered a sandbox playground Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom with its physics gimmicks again a whole corner on it.
Since the release on Friday, players have been outdoing each other every hour with new, wilder buildings in the social media, where the responsible developers should be proud to pat themselves on the back. We have a collection of craziest finds compiled for you that will boost your inventive spirit.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – The only limit is your imagination
It starts with the video shared by Twitter user angelmendoza___ (which actually comes from Tiktok user superpixel_games), which presents several vehicles and planes from Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. What starts as a small wooden cart develops into one in just a few seconds fully equipped tank and in the end even becomes a hovering bomber, after whose maiden flight there will be no more grass growing on the Hyrule plains.
legend of zelda: oppenheimer pic.twitter.com/PSbC2MLIY9
— angel (@angelmendoza___) May 13, 2023
After some experiments, Twitter user Liz_Caingcoy has also created a means of transport that rolls through the valleys and over the mountains of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom with just a single tire but with a lot of style. The ferris wheel is more efficient than many a small car, but unfortunately it stumbles in deep water.
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Design iterations on BIG WHEEL pic.twitter.com/RscdeE1b4e
— Liz (@Liz_Caingcoy) May 14, 2023
At least optically of a rather simple nature is built from a tree trunk and two stones Phallussymbol, with which Twitter user liccnuke beats a Hinox green and blue. Wielded through the skies with the Ultra Hand and rewound in time reversal, the cobbled-together privates are transformed into a dangerous weapon of murder.
nintendo devs: works tirelessly and exhaustively for 6 years straight, implementing new and thought-provoking game mechanics into Tears of the Kingdom for players to explore
the players: pic.twitter.com/Wz5sLiaf1o
— liccnuke (@liccnuke) May 14, 2023
Twitter user RobFletch1393 is no less creative Trojan horse made of wood and then used the ceiling jump to get inside the wrong gift. So the conquest of Hyrule Castle should certainly be child’s play.
Ganondorf won’t know what hit him pic.twitter.com/GcnDuqO7Sw
— rob (@RobFletch1393) May 13, 2023
For Twitter user aitaikimochi and Tiktok user soulbanana0, on the other hand, things are going high: A glider equipped with fans, jet propulsion and Laser cannon not only brings Link perilously close to one of the legendary dragons from Tears of the Kingdom, but also allows him to smack down anything that crosses his trajectory. A real air pirate!
SO WE MACROSS NOW!!??? ARE WE EVEN PLAYING THE SAME GAME!?? #TEARSOFTHEKINGDOM pic.twitter.com/YInatPBe75
— â˜†ã‚ªãƒ¼ãƒ‰ãƒªãƒ¼Audreyâ˜† (@aitaikimochi) May 16, 2023
Aside from the buildings listed above, players also show their creative side in other ways: The questionable methods of torturewith which one tormenting the Krogs in Zelda: Tears of the Kindgombut are a whole lot more disturbing than that impressive skateboard stuntsthat even legend Tony Hawk would applaud.