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This is a list of official and licensed tabletop games based on The Legend of Zelda series.

Board Games[]

The Legend of Zelda[]

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The Legend of Zelda board game

The Legend of Zelda is a board game published by Milton Bradley and licensed by Nintendo of America in 1988. The game is heavily inspired by The Legend of Zelda, and uses a game board that incorporates dungeon and field-like settings reminiscent of the first game. The premise is to aid Link on his quest through six rooms while facing monsters and gathering Heart Chips in an attempt to save Princess Zelda.

The Hyrule Fantasy[]

The Hyrule Fantasy is a board game published by Bandai and licensed by Nintendo in 1986 released only in Japan. The game included a main board featuring the overworld map of The Legend of Zelda, four sub-boards where each player hold their items, Heart Containers, and fragments of the Triforce, four diferently colored Link pawns, combat cards for enemies and characters, and labyrinths with their respective bosses, cards for items, Rupees, and Triforce fragments, and a rulebook.[1]

Triforce of the Gods[]

Triforce of the Gods is a board game published by Bandai and licensed by Nintendo in 1992 released only in Japan.


Nintendo Monopoly[]

Two Nintendo Monopoly board games were released, both featuring characters and items from The Legend of Zelda series. The first one released featured Link, Zelda, and Ganondorf in their Ocarina of Time appearance as properties, a Treasure Chest deposit as a railroad, and the Master Sword as a token. The second one featured Link, Zelda, and Midna in their Twilight Princess appearance as properties, Epona, also in her Twilight Princess appearance, as a railroad, and the Iron Boots and Hylian Shield as tokens.

The Legend of Zelda Monopoly[]

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The Legend of Zelda Monopoly

A Zelda-themed Monopoly was released on September 15, 2014. The game features the Triforce, Hylian Shield, Bow, Slingshot, Hookshot, and Gale Boomerang as tokens, and Rupees as currency. The board features Empty Bottles as chance spaces, Treasure Chests as community chest spaces, Deku Sprouts and Deku Trees as houses and hotels, the Spirit Train, Loftwing, King of Red Lions and Epona as railway stations, a Bomb Shop and Potion Shop as utilities, the Door of Time as income tax, and the Happy Mask Salesman as luxury tax. The board also features various locations from The Legend of Zelda series as properties, including:

Another edition exclusive to GameStop retailers was also released. The exclusive edition extras include the Ocarina of Time as a token, the Goddess's Harp, Wind Waker, Minish Cap, Spirit Flute, Phantom Hourglass, and Ocarina of Time as item power cards, and a Hyrule map lithograph inside a Treasure Chest holder.

The Legend of Zelda Chess[]

A Zelda-themed chess was released on March 2017 by USAopoly. It features Link (King), Zelda (Queen), Impa (Bishops), Epona (Knights), Darunia (Rooks), and Navi (Pawns) as hero pieces, and Ganondorf (King), Twinrova (Queen), Iron Knuckles (Bishops), Phantoms (Knights), Armos (Rooks), and Deku Scrubs (Pawns) as villain pieces.

Card Games[]

Nintendo Game Packs[]

Main article: Nintendo Game Packs

Nintendo Game Packs is a set of collectible cards based on several NES games released in 1989 by Topps. The set consists of 60 scratch off cards and 33 stickers, with 10 scratch off cards based on The Legend of Zelda and 10 on The Adventure of Link, and 7 stickers based on The Legend of Zelda.

Twilight Princess Trading Cards[]

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Trading Cards are a set of collectible cards based on Twilight Princess released in 2007 by Enterplay. The set consists of 86 cards featuring characters, enemies, bosses, and items from the game.

The Legend of Zelda Trump[]

The Legend of Zelda Trump is a set of playing cards officially published by Nintendo of Japan in early December 2011 in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the franchise. Each of the suits features art from one of four different games from The Legend of Zelda series.

The Legend of Zelda Trading Cards[]

The Legend of Zelda Trading Cards are a set of collectible cards based on five games of The Legend of Zelda series released in 2016 by Enterplay. The set consists of 117 cards, 12 decal stickers, and 9 FunTats tattoos featuring characters, bosses, and items from Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword, and A Link Between Worlds.

Dice Games[]

Jigsaw Puzzles[]


  1. Clyde Mandelin, Unboxing the Rare Japanese Zelda Board Game!, YouTube, published August 15, 2015, retrieved August 18, 2015.