Community developer group Harbor Masters has released the PC port of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, originally released for the Nintendo 64. Players will need the legal Nintendo 64 version of the game to play the port.
Playing the PC version of the game requires a program called Ship of Harkinian, which is available through the appropriate software Servant of Discord† Ship of Harkinian YouTube channel contains a file Post the video Announcing some features, such as HD graphics, support for Ultra HD formats, controllers, and keyboards. There is also support for modification. Ultimately, the frame rate should go up to 60fps and features like text-to-speech, better sound and graphics models, and support for Linux and Mac should be added.
Zelda: Ocarina of Time was released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64. Players wanting to experience the Harkinian harbor ship must use their legal copy of the original Nintendo 64 game. The program will origins From that original game, after which the PC version can be played. The port was made possible by a two-year project in which the original game code was written Through reverse engineering has been received.
Harbor Master Developer Talk to VGC He noted that adding mod support was much easier with this Zelda port than PC version of Mario 64† According to the developer, this is because Zelda port has an extension Asset loading pipeline Which is quite comparable to those in modern games. Corrections are also supported.