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* Target shooting, [[CaptainObvious where Link shoots at stationary and moving targets]].

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* Target shooting, [[CaptainObvious where Link shoots at stationary and moving targets]].targets.


* GaidenGame: ''Link's Crossbow Training'' is set in the same world as ''Twilight Princess'', but it has a different style of gameplay and does not affact the latter game's plot.

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* GaidenGame: ''Link's Crossbow Training'' is set in the same world as ''Twilight Princess'', but it has a different style of gameplay and does not affact affect the latter game's plot.


* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Link's solution to any given problem is to shoot it with his crossbow.



* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Link's solution to any given problem is to shoot it with his crossbow.

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* SpiritualSuccesor: To the shooting game in ''VideoGame/WiiPlay''

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* SpiritualSuccesor: SpiritualSuccessor: To the shooting game in ''VideoGame/WiiPlay''


* SpititualSuccesor: To the shooting game in ''VideoGame/WiiPlay''

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto shot down every attempt to make it more than a short tech demo.

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* BowsVersusCrossbows: Several stages pit Bulbin archers against the crossbow-wielding Link. Given that Link is MadeOfIron and has BottomlessMagazines, it's no contest.


* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Targets with red highlights can be shot for points, while shooting targets with blue "x" marks will decrease earned points. Yellow-and-green targets are worth at least 100 points each

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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Targets with red highlights can be shot for points, while shooting targets with blue "x" marks will decrease earned points. Yellow-and-green targets are worth at least 100 points eacheach.
* ExecutiveMeddling: Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto shot down every attempt to make it more than a short tech demo.

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* MooksButNoBosses: Aside from the Darknut and Stallord, the only things Link has to shoot at are targets and {{Mooks}}.


* AdaptationalBadass: The Darknut was already a powerful enemy knight in ''Twilight Princess''. Here, he can split himself into thousands of flies to avoid Link's shots and teleport round the room.

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* AdaptationalBadass: The Darknut was already a powerful enemy knight in ''Twilight Princess''. Here, he can [[OneToMillionToOne split himself into thousands of flies flies]] to avoid Link's shots and teleport round the room.


Released shortly after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', ''Link's Crossbow Training'' (リンクのボウガントレイニング/''Link's Bowgun Training'') is a GaidenGame that takes place in the aforementioned entry of the Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda game series. It features Link as he obtains a crossbow and seeks to perfect his skill with it; he shoots targets, mows down wave after wave of monsters, defeats the [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever enormous]] undead monster Stallord, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and shoots fruits for extra points.

The game can be played by inserting a Wii remote and nunchaku into the Wii zapper, the latter of which was specifically created for shooter games. ''Link's Crossbow Training'' gameplay is based on missions, of which there are three categories:

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Released shortly after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', ''Link's Crossbow Training'' (リンクのボウガントレイニング/''Link's Bowgun Training'') is a GaidenGame that takes place in the aforementioned entry of the Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda game series. It features Link as he obtains a crossbow and seeks to perfect his skill with it; he shoots targets, mows down wave after wave of monsters, defeats the [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever enormous]] undead monster Stallord, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and shoots fruits for extra points.

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The game can be played by inserting a Wii remote and nunchaku nunchuck into the Wii zapper, Zapper, the latter of which was specifically created for shooter games. ''Link's Crossbow Training'' gameplay is based on missions, of which there are three categories:



* GaidenGame: ''Link's Crossbow Training is set in the same world as ''Twilight Princess'', but it has a different style of gameplay and does not affact the latter game's plot.

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* GaidenGame: ''Link's Crossbow Training Training'' is set in the same world as ''Twilight Princess'', but it has a different style of gameplay and does not affact the latter game's plot.



* TechDemoGame: The game was packed in with the Wii Zapper accessory and designed to show it off.



* ZombieApocalypse: The game invokes this with the use of undead enemies and the reanimated skeleton [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Stallord]].

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* ZombieApocalypse: The game invokes this with the use of undead enemies and the reanimated skeleton [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Stallord]].Stallord]].
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Released shortly after ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', ''Link's Crossbow Training'' (リンクのボウガントレイニング/''Link's Bowgun Training'') is a GaidenGame that takes place in the aforementioned entry of the Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda game series. It features Link as he obtains a crossbow and seeks to perfect his skill with it; he shoots targets, mows down wave after wave of monsters, defeats the [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever enormous]] undead monster Stallord, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and shoots fruits for extra points.

The game can be played by inserting a Wii remote and nunchaku into the Wii zapper, the latter of which was specifically created for shooter games. ''Link's Crossbow Training'' gameplay is based on missions, of which there are three categories:

* Target shooting, [[CaptainObvious where Link shoots at stationary and moving targets]].
* Defender, where Link is in a fixed position and must shoot approaching enemies.
* Ranger, where Link can freely move in an area and defeat 25 enemies with his crossbow.

There are twenty-seven missions in total, grouped in threes as a "stage." The final mission has Link battle [[FinalBoss Stallord]] to win the game.

!! This Game Provides Examples Of:

* AdaptationalBadass: The Darknut was already a powerful enemy knight in ''Twilight Princess''. Here, he can split himself into thousands of flies to avoid Link's shots and teleport round the room.
* AutomaticCrossbow: Link's only weapon is a crossbow, and [[BottomlessMagazines he never runs out of ammo]].
* BlackKnight: The Darknut is an imposing enemy dressed in black armor.
* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Targets with red highlights can be shot for points, while shooting targets with blue "x" marks will decrease earned points. Yellow-and-green targets are worth at least 100 points each
* FinalBoss: Stallord
* GaidenGame: ''Link's Crossbow Training is set in the same world as ''Twilight Princess'', but it has a different style of gameplay and does not affact the latter game's plot.
* HorseArcher: Link can ride his trusty horse Epona in certain missions.
* MoreDakka: By shooting glowing green enemies or monsters, Link can fire dozens of shots in rapid succession.
* TrickArrow: Link can fire an explosive arrow by charging his bow.
* TheWormThatWalks: The Darknut is composed of thousands of flies that can assemble and dissemble at will.
* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Link's solution to any given problem is to shoot it with his crossbow.
* ZombieApocalypse: The game invokes this with the use of undead enemies and the reanimated skeleton [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Stallord]].

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