Legend of Zelda Legend of Zelda Legend of Zelda  The Legend of Zelda The earliest games in the series had no glyphs at all, but by the time the Super Nintendo-era releases appeared, there were faint references to encrypted and difficult to read glyphs that were non-translatable, and then finally, starting in The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time the game developers introduced an actual written text to serve as the Hylian alphabet.
The first incarnation was very loosely and primitively based on the Japanese alphabet. Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask . The Wind Waker Four Swords Adventures The Minish Cap and Phantom Hourglass . Finally, the third version was introduced in Twilight Princess and featured a Latin-base and direct glyph to English-letter translation. Twilight Princess is simply inscribed with "Time Door".
For players with the patience to closely examine all the signs, carvings, and in -game writings, little in-game [1