A fan-made decompilation of the classic The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is almost complete, which utilizes reverse-engineering techniques for the process of avoiding any copyright violations associated with the matter. This comes from an update posted on the Zelda Reverse Engineering Team official website.
The game is now touted to be 91% complete, following which the game will be converted into code that is native to the PC. Of course, it’s by no means an effortless PC port of the game – however the game may be ported at a later date. Another N64 classic, Super Mario 64 was also decompiled in a similar fashion and received full modding support.
Fans who wish to play the classic can obviously do so with the use of emulators on mobile phones as well as computers. Fans are still clamoring for a full-fledged remake of the classic and were hopeful of some news since 2021 marks the franchise’s 35th anniversary, but Nintendo has stated that no new Zelda surprises are planned for this year.