The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Cheats (Wii)

The best game on the Nintendo Wii? It sure is and everyone that would say the contrary hasn't played Twilight Princess like he should have. 60 hours of gameplay, slingshot action, lots of moving around (real moving around with the Wiimote) and a great story. Save Princess Zelda and collect rupees on your way to […]

The best game on the Nintendo Wii? It sure is and everyone that would say the contrary hasn't played Twilight Princess like he should have. 60 hours of gameplay, slingshot action, lots of moving around (real moving around with the Wiimote) and a great story. Save Princess Zelda and collect rupees on your way to the famous castle. Getting cash in this game is a real pain and you can surely use the below-mentioned cheats. Easy money's never enough in such a huge universe so we provide you with several puzzle solutions as well.

Unlockable: Big Wallet: You must give Agatha 1 Golden Bug.

Hint - Bomb Bags
Bomb Bag 1: You buy some bombs at Barnes Bomb Shop in Kakariko. Barnes will sell you this Bomb Bag. .

Bomb Bag 2: When you get out of Zora's Domain (complete the second dungeon), go underwater and set a Water Bomb at the large rock in the center of the cave. A Goron inside will give you this Bomb Bag.

Bomb Bag 3: Talk to the woman outside of the Boat-Rental Shack and she will ask you to blow up rocks inside of the cave under her Unabomber-style shack. She will give you this Bomb Bag when you make it outside the other end of the shack-cave tunnel.

Giant Bomb Bag: After completing the task for the woman at the Boat-Rental Shack, go back and talk to her to play a game. Earn at least 25 points at the end of the mini-game and if you succeed, she will give you the Giant Bomb Bag.

Hint - Arrow Quivers: In Castle Town, there is a large tent in the eastern part. Go inside and the ringmaster will ask you to play a star chasing game. Use the clawshot (hookshot) and collect all of the orbs in the cage within the time limit. Doing this challenge once gives you one upgrade. The ringmaster will then have a second challenge. If you win this challenge within the time limit, the man will give you the Giant Quiver to hold up to 100 arrows.

Unlockable: Big Quiver: To get 60 Arrows. You must beat "STAR" game level. The Clawshot is required.

Hint - Bird Killer: If you want to make some easy money while traveling Hyrule field, take down the flocks of birds. The Gale Boomerang and Z-Targeting lets you drag them close to be killed by a sword strike. Clearing the flock will cause a reward of about 50 rupee to drop from the sky.

Hint: Quick Money in Kakariko Graveyard: Strapped for cash? Grab your lantern and head on over to Kakariko Graveyard. There you will see two unlit torches. Take out that Lantern (it needs to have some oil left in it) and light the torches. A chest will appear with 50 rupees. Still not enough? Then push both of the pushable gravestones. One will have a yellow rupee piece, which accounts for 10 rupees. Enjoy!

Hint - Sacred Grove Statue Puzzle Solution: Solution to the Sacred Grove Statue Puzzle after completing the third temple:

LEFT
DOWN
RIGHT
RIGHT
UP
LEFT
UP
UP
LEFT
DOWN
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RIGHT
UP


Hint - Cave of Ordeal and Fairy Spring Upgrade: After locating the Gerudo Mesa and Cave of Ordeals in the Gerudo desert, you are able to unlock fairies and later Great Fairies at each spring around Hyrule. While smaller fairies can be bottled, restore 8  hearts when used, or when you run out of hearts, the Great Fairies will give you a bottle full of "Great Fairy Tears". These heal your hearts completely and temporarily boost your attack. However, you can only hold one bottle of this liquid at any time.

Complete 10 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals for Fairies in the Ordon Spring.

Complete 20 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals for Fairies in the Faron Spring

Complete 30 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals for Fairies in the Eldin Spring

Complete 40 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals for Fairies in the Lanayru Spring

Complete 50 rooms in the Cave of Ordeals for Great Fairies in all springs

Unlock Special Edition Rollgoal: If you visit the Fishing Hole in Upper Zora's River, there's a mini game Hena will let you play for 5 Rupees called Rollgoal. If you make it past 1-8, you'll be rewarded with the Frog Lure. However, if you keep going and beat the entire thing, up to and including 8-8, you'll be able to play the special-edition version of Rollgoal. You can choose any level, the cost is free, the time limit is raised to 4:00:00, and you cannot win any Rupees. Also, as an added bonus, once you beat 8-8, Hena will fill your wallet completely!

Hint - Frog Lure: To unlock the Frog Fishing Lure for the Fishing Hole, you must beat all eight levels of Roal Goal, a game found in the owner's establishment. To play it, simply look at it in first person using the C button. The game requires 5 rupees a play and you win 10 rupees for each round, and the frog lure for the eighth. (If you run short before you manage to get the lure, mowing the tall grass just outside (still in the fishing hole area) offers around 60 rupees.)

Hint - Sinker Lure: To obtain the Sinker Lure you must first catch a Hylain Pike, Hyrule Bass, and a Ordon Catfish in the fishing hole with the lure rod. After you have caught one of each fish, go to the south east corner of the lake (near the house) and take out your Fishing Rod. You can catch the Sinker Lure. Make sure Hena doesn't see you use it or she will take it away.

Hint - 3rd Dungeon Skip: In the third dungeon (the lakebed temple) you can skip a large section. Once you have the clawshot go to the room with the rotating staircase, the water should be flowing on one side normally you would then go to the other side and get that water flowing but instead use the clawshot and go up on the chandelier. Once there slowly drop yourself off the lid so that you are hanging by your hands from it, then let go. You will have landed on the center pillar and will be able to go on to the boss through the door.

Hint - Doing the Oocoo Time Warp Again: If you would like to save your game at a specific point in a dungeon, use Oocoo to teleport outside, then save. When you restart, you teleport inside the dungeon to the point where you exited rather than being forced to start at the beginning.

Hint - Enutrof Rellet: If you need a clue, read what the fortuneteller writes backwards.

Hint - Spring Water: After donating 1000 ruppees to Malo mart to repair the bridge talk to the Goron elder outside. He'll then ask you to deliver some hot spring water to the goron waiting next to the newly repaired bridge. To avoid the barrel of water getting hit walk round next to the cliffside on your right. You may need to take out one or two moblins this way so just pick them off with your bow and make sure you're quick. After smashing the barrel over the goron's head he'll give you a piece of heart and he'll open up a hot spring water shop in castle town use this water to quench the goron at the south entrance and he'll unblock the boulders on that route.

Hint - 200 Rupee Stash: In Kakariko, there's a 200 rupee stash on top of the Sanctuary (in the bell). Take a cucco (chicken) and head up the dirt ramp at the south end of the town. Glide and climb your side of the town until you arrive at the hot spring. Glide across the street to the bomb shop's roof and climb the ramps to the base of the watchtower (a Goron will be on watch at the bottom, the kid on the top). From the Goron spotter's area, glide to the scaffolding embedded in the cliffside near the Sanctuary. Glide to the wrecked roof of the Sanctuary and use a bomb-arrow to down the glint inside the church bell.
Like most rupee chests, this is a non-regenerative reward.

Hint - Balloon Popping: At Lake Hylia, you can play a fruit balloon popping game as a wolf (speak to the bird near the lake cannon) for a heart piece. Simply go for the 10K high score by popping only strawberry balloons and ignoring the other larger balloons in the way. You should be able to scrape by the 10K mark right before the end of the course.

Rare Chu Location!: On the path from Kakariko Village to Death Mountain, there's a little cave in the wall with vines hanging from it that can be grabbed with the clawshot. Use the clawshot to pull yourself up, and inside is a rare chu. If you are quick to kill it before it merges with the more common purple chu, you can get yourself some rare chu jelly which behave like Great Fairy Tears (the stuff the topless fairy gives Link that restores all life and enhances attack for a short while).

Hint - Hidden Moves and Commands: There are some hidden moves not covered in the manual or the game tutorials.

1. You can execute a rolling stab by rolling, then quickly slashing with your sword. This move knocks enemies back and allows you to finish them quickly with the ending blow.

2. To quickly dismount hold Z then press A. You flip off the back of your horse and quickly dismount. This is great when you need to quickly take care of enemies on the ground.

Hint - Peas On You: Bottled water can be poured on growing fruits/vegetables to make them increase in size.

Hint: Become the Chicken: In a departure from past Zelda games, slashing repeatedly at chickens will not lead to a mad chicken attack. Instead, the player gains control of the chicken for a limited time.

Hint: Bomb Shop: Go to the Bomb Shop in Kakariko. While inside, light your lantern to receive a warning from the shop keeper. Do it again for a little surprise.

Easter Egg - Cuccoo Polymorph: Instead of attacking Link for striking cuccoo (chickens) too many times, you are temporarily polymorphed into one for continued cuccoo harassment.

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