Also available on my preservation blog.
You can download the full zipped file here. (It has more than this page!)
This folder is full of character art, full art, and a logo. They are all bitmap (.bmp) files.
Video files. The first two are gameplay, seemingly recorded on VCR (note the distortion.) The third is a very low resolution version of a fairly well-known commercial for the game (which I haven't uploaded to Vimeo as it is available elsewhere). The fourth is a logo animation. I've uploaded the gameplay and logo to Vimeo since .avi files don't play well in browsers.
(Note how the logo changes shape at the end for some reason.)
Music included on the CD. All but the introduction is present in the game/other soundtrack releases already.
This folder is full of screenshots. They are all bitmap (.bmp) files.
This folder is full of wallpapers in varying sizes. They are all bitmap (.bmp) files. There are a ton of them, so I've only included the thumbnail versions here.
Image that pops up during autorun.
As an icon (.ico) file, this is actually made up of multiple "pages," as I discovered trying to convert to .png for my Wordpress post.
Info about the disc. Here it is without the extra dashes, with header sections formatted as headers, for easier reading:
Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask CD README
Running the program
To run the Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask CD, simply run Zelda.EXE, in the root directory of this CD-Rom.
Windows 3.x: 386/33, 8 megabytes ram, high color video
Windows 9x: 486/66, 16 megabytes ram, high color video
Windows NT/2000: P90, 32 megabytes ram, high color video
The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask CD uses many images, sounds and animations in it's display. While designed to run on a wide variety of Windows systems, for best performance we recommend a Pentium 90 or better processor, 64 megabytes of ram and a fast, high-color video card.
Note: Portions of this program use synchronized AVI video and wave audio files. AVI playback uses Cinepak® compression. If you are unable to view the videos, please install the latest version of Microsoft Media Player, which includes this video compression codec.
For more information about Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask, please visit http://www.zelda.com/.
© 2000 Nintendo Corporation