The list author says: "The Zelda series has a rather loose chronology, and can be most easily divided into two types of stories- the classic Link saves Zelda from Ganon, and those which follow a new story. The Links in the games are different people, but each incarnation usually appears in two games."
"Link must save Princess Zelda from Ganon by traversing the land of Hyrule and collecting the eight pieces of the Triforce. For the Nintendo. This game is playable in Animal Crossing, but only through the use of a cheat device. Also downloadable for the Wii."
"Link winds up in a parallel world where he has only three days to stop its destruction. Same Link from Ocarina of Time. Requires the 4 MB Expansion Pack. For the Nintendo 64. Also downloadable for the Wii."
"The Oracle games are connected, and can be played in any order. Upon completing one, a password is provided that will unlock extra content in the other, and an epilogue that joins the two. Link must save Din, who keeps the seasons in balance. For the Gameboy Color. Also downloadable for 3DS."
"A young Link must sail the seas in order to rescue his sister, Aryll. Takes place 100 years after Ocarina of Time (adult timeline). There is a sidequest involving Tingle that is only available by connecting a GBA to the Gamecube. For the Gamecube."
"Link faces off once again against Vaati in order to save Zelda. This game is very different from the traditional Zelda game, as it has various, unrelated levels, more similar to a platform game. For 1-4 players, though each additional player requires their own GBA to be connected. Unlike the previous Four Swords this can be played by one player without the use of a GBA. For the Gamecube."
"After Zelda is turned to stone, Link must harness the power of the Minish, and shrink himself in order to fully explore their world. Takes place in the world of Four Swords, of which this is a prequel. For the Gameboy Advance."
"An interesting Zelda spinoff, in which Tingle must earn money in order to to make his dreams come true. This European release is in English, and since the DS doesn't have regional lockouts, it's perfectly playable on a US system. For the DS."
"This series is well done. The art and story, while shortened and expanded, remain fairly true to the games. Most volumes also have completely new bonus stories. All 10 volumes. Great price! Includes: Ocarina of Time Part 1 and 2 Majora's Mask Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages Four Swords Part 1 and 2 The Minish Cap A Link to the Past Phantom Hourglass"
"Red is a hunter who finds more than he bargained for while on a mundane mission. Elh represents the only hope of saving the world, and unlocking Red's own mysterious origins. A charming world with memorable characters and fun gameplay. For the DS"
"Fox McCloud lands on a strange planet inhabited by dinosaurs, which he must save- on foot. Despite a few shooting sequences, this is a true adventure RPG that any Zelda fan will enjoy. For the Gamecube."
"Musashi is a young samurai who is summoned to another world as its savior. The story is fun, with the gameplay to match. For other similar games on the PS, check out Threads of Fate and Alundra 2. For the Playstation."
"Young Will must travel the ancient world in order to stop its destruction. More story driven than a Zelda game, this nevertheless has great gameplay as Will can change into other characters with their own unique abilities. For the Super Nintendo."