This page explains in detail the interactions between the Wii games series and the Zelda series.

Wii Music

Wii Music Triforce

A Mii holding the NES Horn like the Triforce.

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The main theme from The Legend of Zelda, here simply titled "The Legend of Zelda", is playable in the game. When played in the Electro Stage, the background shows sprites of Link, Octoroks, Fairies, Moblins, Heart Containers and Triforce Pieces.

Additionally an orchestrated version of the Zelda theme, including the beginning of the Hyrule Field music from Ocarina of Time is featured as the final challenge in the Mii Maestro minigame.

Finally, one of the wind instruments, the NES Horn, is shaped like the NES controller (Famicom controller in the Japanese version) and plays 8-bit sound effects. When pushing down while playing it, the Mii will hold it over its head like Link does with retrived items in the Zelda games, and the shape of the Trifoce even appears over it.

Wii Sports Resort (American version)

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In the North American version of the game one of the stickers the player can earn in Archery is named "It's a secret to everybody", which is a quote from The Legend of Zelda.

Wii Party (NTSC/PAL versions)

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Wii Party FlashlightFrights


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In the English language versions of the game, the description for the "Flashlight Frights" mini-game starts with "It's dangerous to go alone" which is a quote from The Legend of Zelda.


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