The Zelda CD-i Games, Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon developed by Animation Magic and released for the Philips CD-i in 1993, on the same day..
In Link: The Faces of Evil: Link, protagonist of the series, complains to King Harkinian that he is bored now that the kingdom is safe, to which the King replies that the peace "Is what all true Warriors strive for". A wizard named Gwonam visits the King and Link on a magic carpet and tells them that Ganon has taken over the far-off island of Koridai, further explaining that only Link can stop him. Link is transported to Koridai and shown by the wizard an island with giant stone statues known as the Faces of Evil, which he must conquer.
In Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon: King Harkinian travels to Gamelon and orders Princess Zelda to send Link if he doesn't return in a month. A month passes without a word from the King, so Zelda sends Link to find him. When he too goes missing, Zelda ventures off to Gamelon together with Impa to find Link, the King and Ganon. During Zelda's time in Gamelon, Impa discovers that King Harkinian has been captured, and that Link has engaged in a battle, of which the outcome is unclear. As she adventures across the island, Zelda meets many friendly characters and also defeats the villains Gibdo and Iron Knuckle. She also rescues Lady Alma from Wizzrobe. As a reward for saving her, Alma gives her a canteen that she claims Link gave her in exchange for a kiss.
Connection With Smash Bros. Lawl
- King Harkinian, Morshu, CD-I Link, and Ganon are playable characters.
- Glutko is one of the Subspace Bosses.
- Koridal is King Harkinian's Stage.
- Hyrule and The Lost Woods are Subspace Stages.