As far as I know, the game hasn't hit the shelves yet, but should within
a couple of weeks. All the bugs are taken care of and they simply had to
add a Trademark symbol after "Zelda" in the title. As far as the game
goes... It's OK. No great shakes. One interesting thing about the game is
that no 3-D rendered creatures or locations were used. Everything was
actually modeled, using clay, rubber, cardboard, and the like. So the
game has a real organic look to it. Pretty good sound, too.
I haven't yet seen much of the game, as I didn't work on it (but for
those of you with CD-ROMs for your PC, you can now purchase "ECO East
Africa" for which I DID create graphics), but the word from the folks at
the company is that it's strictly okay. Ask for a demo before you think
of shelling out the cash for it. I no longer work for the company so I
have no reason to help them make money.
My daughters quite like Zelda on the CD-i. We've had it for weeks.