Marine repair

The Gulf Marine Repair shipyard obtains Green Marine certification

Written by Nick Blenkey Green Marine President David Bolduc (left) presents Hal Hendry, Special Projects Manager at Hendry Marine, with Green Marine certification during the GreenTech conference. Hendry Marine Industries’ Gulf Marine Repair Shipyard in Tampa, Florida has been recognized as a Certified Green Marine Participant. Awarded at the recent GreenTech Conference in Montreal, Canada, […]


Artist Creates Horrifyingly Realistic Versions of Ocarina of Time’s Scariest Monsters

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was first released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64 before being remade for the Nintendo 3DS in 2011. The title followed Link as he traveled between the past and the future to defeat the evil king, Ganondorf, and restore peace to the land of Hyrule after him. fallen […]


Ocarina of Time Unreal Engine 5 Fan Remake Shows Amazing Water Effects

The legacy of Ocarina of Time is still ongoing, though it has aged visually, which is why this fan shows what the game could look like today. The creation of video games has certainly come a long way, even in a short time. With many game development engines like Unreal and Unity, now is the […]


Ocarina of Time Unreal Engine 5 Fan Remake Shows Impressive Water Effects

CryZENx has shared a new video of their Zelda: Ocarina of Time Remake in Unreal Engine 5, showcasing some seriously impressive water effects. The indie developer used Krystian Komisarek’s Fluid Flux, and the results are amazing. Fluid Flux provides some of the best water effects we’ve ever seen. This plugin offers real-time shallow water simulation, […]


Is the Skull Kid from Ocarina Of Time the same as Majora’s Mask?

Quick links Why did Skull Kid want Majora’s mask? Is the Skull Kid in The Lost Woods the same Skull Kid? Skull Kid is a unique antagonist in The Legend of Zelda series, as he is not malevolent evil like other villains such as Ganondorf. It is revealed in Majora’s Mask that Skull Kid, tempted […]