Dan Restaino, known as DRest806 has created his very own Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past board game. He started it last summer and spent four months and spent at least $400 dollars making it. It is based off an olde board game called Key to the Kingdom. He designed the board in photoshop, where he printed the sheets after careful copy and paste procedures. It is just a prototype, but it’s a prototype with treasures, equipment an dmonster cards that are laminated and glossy. He had the little Link figures made from someone found on etsy.com. The board has both the light world and dark world just like the Key to the Kingdom game did.
Basically if you’ve never played key to the kingdom before…the point is to go around to the 10 dungeons, beat the mini boss and main boss, get that treasure…you need to have the Triforce and one other Treasure item and once you have those two, you need to travel all the way back to the start and you win…there are obstacles in the way of the dungeons and plus hidden in one of the treasures is the Zelda card…if you get her (no matter what, even if you have triforce and a treasure) you MUST drop her off at the sanctuary before the game can be won. The trick is…you are nEVER EVER EVER safe in this game…if you have what you need to win, a player can land on ur space and take any treasure of yours…so the triforce can be passed on from person to person..thats what makes it so fun. Plus if you lose at certain obstacles you could lose your treasure..or if the board ends up closing on you while someone is trying to open or close the board into the light/dark world you could also lose treasure…if you want to know more you can find the key to the kingdom info on this site i’m sure. i just replaced all of its components with LttP components.
Source: Board Game Geek