Last Updated on January 21, 2022
Anyone who has played action-adventure games has definitely heard of The Legend of Zelda. One of Nintendo’s flagship productions, this series has centered on the many iterations of Link and Princess Zelda. The first Zelda title was released in 1986, expanding on all of Nintendo’s gaming machines up to this day, and has even gone to become animated TV series as well as its own manga.
What’s in a Legend
Pointy-eared Link often sets out on an adventure, battling monsters and demonic minions out to destroy the kingdom of Hyrule and beyond. He’s often tasked to rescue Princess Zelda, who happens to be the current incarnation of Goddess Hylia.
Games in the main series let players immerse in the overworld, where towns, cities, dungeons unlock different quests and gear to power up Link in taking on progressively powerful adversaries. The freedom to choose how Link powers up to save Hyrule has made this title one of Nintendo’s mainstays.
Legend of Zelda Fonts
The actual font used in the game is Hylian Serif by Artsy Omni, which is free for personal use. Another free alternative that looks just as good is The Wild Breath of Zelda by Chequered Ink. Other fonts related to the game includes Triforce, Ancient Hylian, Twilight Princess, and Skyward Sword. Download all these and more from the Hidden Triforce website.