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Majora's Mask Target 'Our World Awaits You!' Preorder Disc

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Also available on my preservation blog.

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Purchased off of eBay (listing here). Ripping and scanning all done by me. Originally posted on my preservation blog May 4, 2020 with updates Oct. 12, 2020. Added to this site June 22, 2021.

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You can download the full zipped file here. (It has more than this page!)

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Scans


Majora's Mask: Our World Awaits You! cover art

Here's the cover. The other scans are behind links because they're very large, and take a while to load!

File System


Screenshot of folder to help guide your viewing.

Screenshot of file system, with folders that say 'bin,' 'char,' 'html,' 'mov,' 'music,' 'shots' and 'wpaper,' and files that say 'autorun,' 'read-me,' and 'zelda'

"char" Folder


This folder is full of character art, full art, and a logo. They are all bitmap (.bmp) files.

offical art of Link

Char0.bmp

official art of Odolwa

Char1.bmp

official art of Goron Link

Char2.bmp

official art of the monkey

Char3.bmp

official art of Deku Link

Char4.bmp

offical art of Skull Kid

Char5.bmp

official art of Link with the Goron mask

Char6.bmp

key art featuring many characters

Char7.bmp

Majora's Mask logo

Char8.bmp


screenshot showing the pixelation of a char image

"html" Folder


Static .gif images.

Nintendo 64 logo

nint1.gif

Majora's Mask logo

zeldamm.gif

"mov" Folder


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.

Gameplay Videos

Screenshot of Crunchy Commercial

Very crispy screenshot of the Majora's Mask commercial with the world depending on a real-life player to beat the game in 3 days

Logo Video

(Note how the logo changes shape at the end for some reason.)

"music" Folder


Music included on the CD. All but the introduction is present in the game/other soundtrack releases already.

"intro" Track

"shots" Folder


This folder is full of screenshots. They are all bitmap (.bmp) files.

Link looking up at the moon

screen1.bmp

Link transforming with the Zora mask

screen2.bmp

Link in the graveyard

screen3.bmp

Link playing the ocarina in the Goron shrine

screen4.bmp

Deku Link flying over the swamp

screen5.bmp


"wpaper" Folder


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.

official art of Link

01-thumb.bmp

official art of Link with the Goron Mask

02-thumb.bmp

official art of Skull Kid

03-thumb.bmp

official art of Link slashing toward the camera

04-thumb.bmp

official art of Odolwa

05-thumb.bmp

key art featuring multiple characters

06-thumb.bmp

official art of Goron Link

07-thumb.bmp

official art of the monkey

08-thumb.bmp

official art of Deku Link

09-thumb.bmp

official art of Link

10-thumb.bmp

Majora's Mask logo

11-thumb.bmp


screenshot showing multiple versions of each bitmap file

"autorun.ico" File


Image that pops up during autorun.

Majora's Mask logo screenshot of autoplay suggesting I run zelda.exe

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.

tiny logo crispy, larger logo small logo small black and white logo another tiny logo clear, larger logo

"readme.txt" File


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.

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum requirements:
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 CinepakĀ® compression. If you are unable to view the videos, please install the latest version of Microsoft Media Player, which includes this video compression codec.

Further Information

For more information about Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask, please visit http://www.zelda.com/.

Ā© 2000 Nintendo Corporation

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screenshot of the read-me
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