The fourth Zelda game brings the series to the Game Boy, and the later DX re-release then brings it to the Game Boy Color. The game structurally picks up from where A Link to the Past left off and transfers it to a portable system impressively well. It's a relatively sprawling world with creative and sometimes self-referential ideas peppered throughout. It's also Nintendo's first foray into the alternate universe/dream world sequel that they would return to for Majora's Mask and Phantom Hourglass. It's a fan and childhood favorite for many.
However the game has aged poorly in places, often the strangest ones (wait 'til you hear what the compass can do!), and it can be a hassle getting from place-to-place thanks to limited travel options. But stick with it and you might find a surprisingly deep entry in the franchise that didn't need to be so.
While most players are/were Link, returning from A Link to the Past, we are McFly, fresh from his adventures in Labrynna and Holodrum. Setting sail back to Hyrule, he imbibes a little too heavily on the grog and sails right into a storm. His ship obliterated, he washes up on the mysterious and eerily familiar island of Koholint, where the effects of the grog just won't seem to wear off. It's up to this sad DRUNK to make his way through the island, discover its secrets, and maybe find a way home.
This will be an essentially-100% run. I.E.: I will be getting all of the major collectibles including Heart Pieces and upgrades, but due to Secret Seashells disappearing once you've collected their reward, I won't be collecting all 26 of them. I will most likely come across where you would normally find the rest, though. I will also only be using one of the two tunics you can get from the secret dungeon, due to the second one being locked out once you've made your choice. Either way, I'm still counting this as completionist since you're not actually missing anything.
I am joined once again by MeccaPrime, who for once did not already LP this game. Rather, he played a spectacularly batshit, improvised glitch run of the original. It's one of my favorite LPs.
This LP was made especially for my Patreon patrons and was shown to them in full from July 2018 through August 2018 before being made public.