Most of these secrets are found on the net by Dan the man R2D2.
All Lon Lon Ranch Nude!
Din's Fire upgrade
Epona under the ground
Epona under the ground
It still amazes me the amount of glitches that this game still manages to propagate. The only reasoning I can see
behind their discovery is that the game is so vast and complicated that the programmers couldn't account for
"all possible scenarios" a gamer could encounter during gameplay. I know Nintendo tests these things before
they're intoduced to the market, but no amount of game testers can truly accomplish what the general public
(millions of gamers) can find. Perhaps if more laborious time was taken on the game then these glitches wouldn't
be here, but then again how would we feel if Zelda 64 wasn't coming out until this year. Would we have waited
that long? It raises some questions. Would we have waited for better graphics, no bugs, more Hyrule, and a
possible alternate "Triforce" quest? Perhaps. Would Nintendo wait considering they could lose a drastic market
share of Christmas shopping dollars to Sony, the answer is self evident. Glitches or no glitches I still think
Zelda 64 is the best game to come out of Nintendo, and if they made more quality games like it they wouldn't be
just a caterer to the kiddie market. Well, I'll let Vampire Arthur supply another interesting glitch to try in
You have to be adult Link, enter Lon Lon Ranch *without* Epona, now walk to the wide area past the house and the
stable, play Epona's song, the horse will come out of nowhere inside the fenced area and start running toward the
fence, she wont get to you cause she'll keep running through the fence, when she stops running, enter any of the
3 rooms in the ranch; the house, the stable or the small room with the cows, get out again, go inside the fenced
area and you'll find Epona stuck UNDER the floor!! She can't walk or get out of there, even if you play Epona's
song. And she'll stay there even if you get out of the ranch and get back in... heck it even stays there if you
save and turn the N64 off!!
You can get Epona back easily by playing Epona's song in Hyrule Field... you can do this trick at any time of the
day... I've done it like five times and it worked every time, just make sure that you go into the ranch without the
horse.. if it didn't work the first time and you want to try again, get out of the ranch to Hyrule Field, play
Epona's song, don't ride on it, just enter the ranch on foot and try again, it could be done in some other ways,
but it's better if you follow my steps above the first time, then you can try your creative skills :) .... it
looks cool once you do it... good luck!
To the top
When the programers are making the game, they need to know what's happenning in the "back" of the game, so if
there is an error, they can fix it. Sounds logical.The guy from the Oddysey of Hyrule (an excellent Zelda site,
if not one of the best) has somehow obtained the code so you can see the Debuger of Zelda64, like the programmers
do! Only 30 persons in the world know this code, and now you are gonna know it! It's cool uh? :)The name of the
code is Video Gamer X's Code, in honor to the first guy that find it. Here's how to accomplish:
» Start a game in the temple of time, Then Gently and SLOWLY pull up on the left side of the game pak, like you
did in CROOKED CARTRIDGE. If you do it slow enough, the computer will become lagged and link will jump all over the
screen and the sound will become very corrupted. If you let this happen for a few seconds (you may have to try to
move link (or what used to be link) around, the n64's processor will become lagged and the game will lock up. (
This is going to be a diffrent lockup then usual, as you will see in the screenshots) - there is going to be a
small-yellow-bar that will appear in the top left of the screen.....
» When you get the small yellow bar to appear there are some commands that
you need to input on the controller to get the "Debug" code to appear on the
screen (this will also show the release date for the game you have...... )
Follow these steps:
L button + R button + Z button
Control pad UP + "C" DOWN
"C" UP + Control pad DOWN
Control pad LEFT + "C" button left
"C" RIGHT + Control pad RIGHT
A button + B button + Start Button
WARNING! WARNING! AND WARNING AGAIN!: I do not reccommend doing this trick on your only Zelda 64 game because it
has the potential of ruining it. If you have the extra money to buy an extra cartridge to try this then try it
out. Otherwise STAY AWAY AT ALL COSTS! This trick may potentially Damage your game Permanently! Do not cry to me
saying you broke your game, because you have been warned. Otherwise have fun reprogramming the game. This could
be the ultimate user power trip if adequately mastered. This one is brought to you by the MK Demon.
I started up Zelda with my GS in place, and the codes "Black Tunic" and "Hold L for inf. rise" on. I was playing
through, and I decided to try "Video Gamer X's code" with the Gameshark in the N64. In the temple of time,
I pulled up on the cartridge, reviewed the text, and shut the game off. I proceeded to take the GameShark out of
the system and turn Zelda back on. What I found was an erased game. Damn! I shouted! Damn you you stupid
cartridge! But, I had been warned of the hazards of using this brute force trick. I calmed down and started up the
newly blank game. To my absolute amazement, Link was wearing a BLACK TUNIC!!! I did a double take, turning to
my cartridge slot, and made sure the GameShark wasn't in there. It seems that the GameShark, when used in
conjuction with the crooked cartridge trick, can actually change the game's code PERMANENTLY! Also interesting was
the fact that Link's tunic was only black in the game slot which was erased. Could this interesting trick lead to
bigger and better things?
Long live the Odyssey...
Hmm...very interesing, (Video Gamer X stroking chin) this has to be THE CODE for Type A personalities that say
that they can do whatever the hell they want when they want it. (Not like the gameshark doesn't do that anyway,
but this one allows you to alter the actual cart itself, without any kind of fancy equipment to decompile the
ROM Data) This could mean that any trick done with the gameshark could be made permanent on a new game slot.
Indeed, very interesting... Good find there gamer. I have to admit I haven't tried this trick because it has the
potential of damaging the game irreprebly, and I don't want to do that to this one. I have "busted" games before
(actually took 'em apart) but there's no way this is going to happen with my Zelda 64. Remember the warning, and
don't do this trick unless you have nothing to lose.
note: I would print this if you need it
8005E704 0001 Darkness Total
8005E0B9 0001 Darkness Land
8002C999 0001 Walk Through Under Wall At Temple of Time
(Walls change around. Warp there and have the `moon jump' code on.)
By: Perfectdarkness and Kola
Black Tunic- 8011A640 0014
White Tunic- 8011A640 0015
Yellow Tunic- 8011A640 0016
If not working on your version, try:
black- 8011A800 0014
white- 8011A800 0015
yellow- 8011A800 0016
black- 8011ACF0 0014
white- 8011ACF0 0015
yellow- 8011ACF0 0016
8011B9A1 003B Infinite Time To Ride Epona At Lon Lon's Ranch
8011A64B 0007 Have Fairy Ocarina
8011A64D 000A Have Hookshot
8011A64D 000B Have Longshot
8011A650 000E Have Boomerang
8011A651 000F Have Lens of Truth
8011A652 0010 Have Magic Beans
8011A66A 0009 Infinite Magic Beans
8011A653 0011 Have Megaton Hammer
8011A60E 0001 Turn Giant's Knife Into Biggoron's Sword
8011A671 0001 Have Quiver (Holds 30)
8011A639 0011 C Left to Use Hammer NOTE: You will be able to use the Hammer
when you are a kid, but you will not see it.
8011A656 00XX Have Bottle 1 Modifier
8011A657 00XX Have Bottle 2 Modifier
8011A658 00XX Have Bottle 3 Modifier
8011A659 00XX Have Bottle 4 Modifier Replace XX with:
14 - Empty Bottle
15 - Red Potion
16 - Green Potion
17 - Blue Potion
18 - Bottled Fairy
19 - Fish
1A - Lon Lon Milk
1B - Letter
1C - Blue Fire
1D - Bug
1E - Big Poe
1F - Lon Lon Milk (Half)
20 - Poe
8011A65A 00xx Item Modifier 1 Replace xx with:
2D - Pocket Egg
2E - Pocket Cucco
2F - Cojiro
30 - Odd Mushroom
31 - Odd Potion
32 - Poacher's Saw
33 - Goron's Sword (Broken)
34 - Prescription
35 - Eyeball Frog
36 - Eye Drops
37 - Claim Check
8011A65B 00ZZ Item Modifier 2 Replace ZZ with:
21 - Weird Egg
22 - Chicken
23 - Zelda's Letter
24 - Keaton Mask
25 - Skull Mask
26 - Spooky Mask
27 - Bunny Hood
28 - Goron Mask
29 - Zora Mask
2A - Gerudo Mask
2B - Mask of Truth
2C - SOLD OUT
8011A672 00zz Equipment Modifier 1 Replace zz with:
02 - Silver Scale
04 - Golden Scale
06 - Giant's Knife (Broken)
40 - Bullet Bag (Holds 30)
80 - Bullet Bag (Holds 40)
C0 - Bullet Bag (Holds 50)
8011A673 00XX Equipment Modifier 2 Replace XX with:
08 - Bomb Bag (Holds 20)
10 - Bomb Bag (Holds 30)
18 - Bomb Bag (Holds 40)
20 - Goron's Bracelet
28 - Silver Gauntlets
30 - Silver Scale
8011A640 00xx Equipped Stuff Modifier Replace xx with:
11 - Kokiri Tunic & Kokiri Boots
12 - Goron Tunic & Kokiri Boots
13 - Zora Tunic & Kokiri Boots
21 - Kokiri Tunic & Iron Boots
22 - Goron Tunic & Iron Boots
23 - Zora Tunic & Iron Boots
31 - Kokiri Tunic & Hover Boots
32 - Goron Tunic & Hover Boots
33 - Zora Tunic & Hover Boots
8111A5DC XXXX Time of Day Modifier Replace XXXX with:
4000 - At Sunrise
5800 - Daylight Out
7000 - Very Bright Out
C000 - At Sunset
D0000 - Fairly Dark
8011A644 0000 Have Deku Stick
8011A65C 0009 Infinite Deku Sticks
8011A645 0001 Have Deku Nut
8011A65D 0009 Infinite Deku Nuts
8011A646 0002 Have Bombs
8011A65E 0009 Infinite Bombs
8011A647 0003 Have Fairy Bow
8011A65F 0009 Infinite Arrows
8011A64A 0006 Have Fairy Slingshot
8011A662 0009 Infinite Slingshot Ammo
8011A64C 0009 Have Bombchu
8011A664 0009 Infinite Bombchu's
8011A648 0004 Have Fire Arrow (MP2)
8011A64E 000C Have Ice Arrow (MP2)
8011A654 0012 Have Light Arrow (MP4)
D01C84B5 0020 L Button For Moon Jump 811DAA90 40CB
D01C84B5 0030 Hover Boots Last While Holding L & R Buttons 811DB2B2 000D
8011A699 0009 Infinite Small Keys
8011A678 0007 Have Big Key, Compass, & Map
8011A64B 0008 Have Ocarina of Time
8011A649 0005 Have Din's Fire (MP6)
8011A64F 000D Have Fairie's Wind (MP6)
8011A655 0013 Have Nayru's Love (MP12)
D011A609 0008 Infinite Magic
8111A600 0140 Infinite Energy
8111A5FE 0140 Max Heart
8011A6A1 00FF Skulltulas Killed
8111A66C 7777 All Equipment
8111A674 30FF All Quest/Status Items
US Version 1.1
8011A80B 0007 Always Have Fairy Ocarina
8011A80D 000A Always Have Hookshot
8011A80D 000B Always Have Longshot
8011A810 000E Always Have Boomerang
8011A811 000F Always Have Lens of Truth
8011A812 0010 Always Have Magic Beans
8011A82A 0009 Infinite Magic Beans
8011A813 0011 Always Have Megaton Hammer
8011A7CE 0001 Turn Giant's Knife Into Biggoron's Sword
8011A831 0001 Have Quiver (Holds 30)
8011A7F9 0011 C Left to Use Hammer NOTE: You will be able to use the Hammer
when you are a kid, but you will not see it.
8011A816 00XX Always Have Bottle 1 Modifier
8011A817 00XX Always Have Bottle 2 Modifier
8011A818 00XX Always Have Bottle 3 Modifier
8011A819 00XX Always Have Bottle 4 Modifier Replace XX with:
8011A81A 00xx Item Modifier 1 Replace xx with:
8011A81B 00ZZ Item Modifier 2 Replace ZZ with:
8011A832 00zz Equipment Modifier 1 Replace zz with:
40 - Bullet Bag (Holds 30)
80 - Bullet Bag (Holds 40)
8011A833 00XX Equipment Modifier 2 Replace XX with:
8011A800 00ZZ Equipped Stuff Modifier Replace ZZ with:
8111A79C XXXX Time of Day Modifier Replace XXX with:
8011A804 0000 Have Deku Stick
8011A81C 0009 Infinite Deku Sticks
8011A805 0001 Have Deku Nut
8011A81D 0009 Infinite Deku Nuts
8011A806 0002 Have Bombs
8011A81E 0009 Infinite Bombs
8011A807 0003 Have Fairy Bow
8011A81F 0009 Infinite Arrows
8011A80A 0006 Have Fairy Slingshot
8011A822 0009 Infinite Slingshot Ammo
8011A80C 0009 Have Bombchu
8011A824 0009 Infinite Bombchu's
8011A808 0004 Have Fire Arrow (MP2)
8011A80E 000C Have Ice Arrow (MP2)
8011A814 0012 Have Light Arrow (MP4)
D01C8675 0020 L Button For Moon Jump 811DAC50 40CB
D01C8675 0030 Hover Boots Last While Holding L & R Buttons
8011A859 0009 Infinite Small Keys
8011A838 0007 Have Big Key, Compass, & Map
8011A80B 0008 Have Ocarina of Time
8011A809 0005 Have Din's Fire (MP6)
8011A80F 000D Have Fairie's Wind (MP6)
8011A815 0013 Have Nayru's Love (MP12)
D011A7C9 0008 Infinite Magic
8111A7C0 0140 Infinite Energy
8111A7BE 0140 Max Heart
8011A861 00FF Skulltulas Killed
8111A82C 7777 All Equipment
8111A834 30FF All Quest/Status Items
All Lon Lon Ranch Nude!
This page is where the code came from http://www.angelfire.com/va/zeldascastle/index.html
Note: This code doesn't work, I'm sorry
least wanted code:
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the informationMany gamers have alerted me that you have a joke about the so called, "Lon Lon Ranch nude code"
on your Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time web-site. Because you have this on your site, I believe that it is best
to alert you first of the actual existence of this code in real life. Let me tell you an interesting story:
Towards the end of the completion of Zelda 64, disgruntled programmers at Nintendo were about to be fired because
they were delaying the Zelda 5 project. They knew they were finished as programmers and decided to try to screw
Nintendo over by putting nudity in the game. Scrambling frantically, they put in a complex code to make everything
at Lon Lon ranch naked. Unfortunately, it was missed before zelda 5 was released, and wasn't detected until about a
month ago. Various people asked us how to do the Lon Lon Ranch nude code, seen on your site. Investigating, we
found this code deep in the programming. Rather than have it slip out, as it will surely be detected soon, we have
decided to release it publicly. Do not try this if you are sensitive, as it is extremely disturbing. Here is the
1. Go to Koroki Village as an adult.
2. Chop down every plant except for the ones in the training ground.
3. Go to Lon Lon Ranch.
4. Talk to Malon.
5. Aggravate the cuccos with Din's Fire.
6. Call Epona.
7. Get on her and ride all the way to Lake Hylia, without stopping.
8. Get off Epona.
9. Go fishing.
10. Catch a fish less than 5 pounds.
11. Go to Zora's Domain.
12. Go into Zora's Fountain.
13. Go all the way up to the top of the cave under the boulder.
14. Release a blue fire of the edge, so that it falls down to the ground.
15. Jump off the edge of the cave.
16. Warp to the graveyard.
17. Enter the cave with the torches.
18. Stand in the center platform.
19. Play Zelda's Lullaby.
20. Release another blue fire in the center platform.
21. Walk into the graveyard.
22. Pull back all the gravestones.
23. Go into Dampé's hut.
24. Read his diary.
26. Go into Kakariko village.
27. Go into the room below the windmill.
28. Play the Song of Storms in front of that guy.
29. Leave the windmill.
30. Go into the House of Skulltula.
31. Talk to the center spider or guy (depending on how many Golden Skulltulas you've killed).
32. Leave Kakariko Village.
33. Go to the Temple of Time.
34. Turn into a kid.
35. Leave the Temple of Time.
36. In Hyrule market, go Bombchu Bowling, and play until you win twice.
37. Leave the Bomchu Bowling Alley.
38. Walk all the way through the alley, starting at the end near The Bomchu Bowling Alley.
39. Go into the Treasure Chest Game store.
40. Play the Treasure Chest Game, and win by cheating with the Lens of Truth.
41. Leave the Treasure Chest Game.
42. Sneak into Hyrule Castle.
43. Get thrown out by a guard right after you crawl through that little opening.
44. Outside, get thrown out by another guard.
45 Go back into the market during the night.
46. Play the Sun's Song.
47. Go into the Temple of Time.
48. Travel forward in time.
49. Leave the Temple of Time.
50. Kill all the Re-Dead.
51. Walk to Lon Lon Ranch.
52. Play Malon's obstacle course.
53. Get a time of less than 50 seconds.
54. Leave Lon Lon Ranch.
55. Go to Gerudo Valley.
56. Plunge yourself off into the water.
57. Go back to the Temple of Time.
58. Turn into a kid.
59. Leave the Temple of Time.
60. Go into the Happy Mask Shop.
61. Get the bunny hood.
62. Go into the Temple of Time.
63. Put on the Bunny Hood.
64. Travel forward in time with the Bunny Hood on.
65. Go to Lon Lon Ranch.
66. Play the Song of Time in front of Malon.
67. You will see a cut-scene showing a view of the back of Malon's head and a front view of Link looking at Malon.
Link will then faint, followed by about five seconds of black.
68. You will see a small cut scene of Link waking up, upstairs in the bed at Lon-Lon ranch.
When you leave the room, you will see that all the chickens inside are featherless and pink. Go outside and you
will find that everything is bare. The horses and cows have no hair. And most disturbing of all, Malon, Talon,
and Ingo are all naked. They are all anatomically correct. Nintendo is horrified. We apologize immensely for this
and will soon issue a public apology. We are absolutely pursuing legal action against the programmers
whom caused this. Any Zelda 64 cartridges manufactured after 8/1/99 will be corrected. Until then, production of
Zelda 64 will stop. There will be a minor recall on any unsold cartridges. Also, Nintendo will now encourage
code testing to all developers for the Nintendo 64. Again, please excuse us and we will not let these errors slip
by in the future.
Din's Fire Upgrade:
First, type in your name as Din. Then you must beat the game. You must get
100 skulltulas without the infinite skulltulas trick. Then you must beat the
first Ganondorf within a minute. Beat the running dude. Don't use Din's Fire
throughout the game! Shoot the light arrow at the stone triforce on top of
Zelda's former castle and you'll be warped to the Great Faries Fountain
where you got Din's Fire. You will get an upgrade on Din's fire which lets
shoot magma out of your palm.
Kill all Big Poes 
You must have the mirror sheild
then you must go to the hunted wasteland
show the phantom guide his reflection
he will say "im drop dead gorgous", and he dies
do not catch him in a bottle
talk to the poe hunter in hyrule
he say "interesting" and give you a task of retreaving all of his big
poes that just escaped
retreave them, they are much harder to catch
the poe hunter will ask for a another poe, so get one from the
he will brew something up and gives it to you,[do not do while getting
the biggoron sword], it is a potion
go sprinkle the potion on the phantom guides spirit and it will turn
into phantom arrows!
First, go to the horseback archery range. Notice there's a posible 2,000
points possible? Of course there would be a prize if you made a perfect
score. Play the archery game, and get a score of 2,000 points. You need to
make this score three times (Nintendo likes to make things sneaky, don't
they?). Not in a row though, it doesn't matter. After that, he'll give you
the Silver Sattle for Epona. Your carrots get upgraded, you get more speed
for every carrot. With this speed, you'll be able to outrun the runner that
hangs out in Gerudo's Valley. If you beat him, he'll give you the Gold
Sattle. You will now have infident carrots. With this speed, go to the Lon
Lon Ranch. If you play the race, and make it under 35 seconds. you'll win
Zelda's Horse, you know, that white cool looking one. With this horse, you
can go into temples and caves and stuff like that. However, your horse can't
kill those tuff enemies. To kill them, you need the Spiked Horse Shoe. Nice
gold look to it. To earn this, you need to find the "11th Poe". This poe
will not come out till the other 10 are dead. Cut all the grass down in
Hyrule Field (yes, it will take awhile), then go to the three trees by the
Castle. Or was it the four trees? 3 or 4, you know that spot. Go kinda in
the middle of threes, the poe should come out, kill it. Take it to the poe
shop. The guy will give you a card (NOTE: Do not take this card in the
progress of earning the Biggoron Sword). Take this card to the archery
range. Talk to the woman. She'll take your card, and give you the Spiked
Horse Shoe in return. Now Zelda's Horse can fight. Hit down C, and the horse
will buck back. Hit top C and Zelda's Horse will raise his/her's font legs
and crush the enemy.