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So how do you install and play Lost Isle?

To play Lost Isle, you need the quest file "Lost_Isle.qst" and the Zelda Classic program to run the game. It is very important that you have the correct version of Zelda Classic! If you try playing Lost Isle with a wrong Zelda Classic version it may end up in buggy and unstable gameplay. So when downloading Lost Isle and Zelda Classic, make sure that your Zelda Classic says Lost Isle Build in it (Goto Misc -> About) like this:

When you open Zelda Classic the first time, you will see a warning message. Ignore it and click OK. After that you will see the intro of Zelda 1. You can skip it with enter. When the Zelda 1 style select file subscreen finally appears, you can choose any of the 3 files to start a new game.

To start a new game with Lost Isle:
1) Select a file with ENTER and type your name, then press ENTER again.
2) To choose a quest to play, in this case Lost_Isle.qst, press A (unless you already chose your own set of keys for ZC, A will be the left "Alt" key).
3) Press A again. Then click "Browse". Find the quest file (Lost_Isle.qst) and click OK 2 times.
4) After all that, press ENTER to start playing.


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I had to stop bragging about winning the 2019 RMN Stanley Cup Playoff Pool.

Will Zelda Classic v2.50 - Windows Version work, because the website recommend this? The problem is that the program is still buggy, even with the original Zelda. Why do the monsters and link move around like they're on crack. You push right link goes all the way right, ect...
Trying turning on VSync in that situation. See if that works.
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