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Sprinkle the Magic Powder on him to turn him back into Tarin.
There are several sets of stairs that you will be able to see in Martha's Bay, but you won't be able to find an easy way to get to them. To get to the stairs at (7-O) and (8-O), you'll first have to get to the stairs at (10-P). To reach these stairs, jump over the pits with Roc's Feather, then swing your Sword at the same time to create a landing pad. Now you can take the stairs and follow the path until you exit on the other side. Another method that could be used to access the staircase is to use the Boomerang to clear out all the bushes, then jump over the pits with Roc's Feather and take the staircase. These stairs will lead you to an Item Increase. To learn how to use our mapping coordinates (10-P, etc), read the walkthrough for this game.
First, take the ghost to the House by the Bay. Next, take the ghost to his grave site, and he'll give you permission to search his house for a Seashell.
Go to Mabe Village and find Marin. If you haven't learned her song yet, talk to her twice by the weather vane after completing Turtle Rock. No matter what you need her for, if you can't find her where she's apparently supposed to be then look for her in one of the other places she's known to hang out.
Go to the Hen House, go left three screens and then cut the bush and take the stairs. Bomb the nook at the bottom of the screen, go down one screen then right one screen to reach the Piece of Heart.
There is only one ending. However, there is a slight difference if you defeat the game without losing a single life. On the very final screen where it says "THE END" you normally see a seagull flying around the screen. If you don't lose a life during the game you will instead see Marin flying around the screen.
You have to be standing near the control panel in front of the game to operate it.
You can play the DX version on any Game Boy system. However, you can only access the Secret Dungeon or use the colored tunics using the Game Boy Color.
There are several ways to open doors in Link's Awakening: Defeat all of the enemies in the room, touch a switch, or throw an item at the door.
DX stands for "Deluxe."