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The games in the Legend of Zelda series feature a similar style of logos for each game.
The original Legend of Zelda logo simply spells the name of the title, with the word "Zelda" written in a stylized red font.
The logo for The Adventure of Link is similar to the logo for the original game, but spells the word "Link" in blue. Other releases also include what seems to be the Magical Sword.
The logo for A Link to the Past depicts a shield behind the Master Sword, which is incorporated into the Z of Zelda.
The logo for Link's Awakening is identical to the logo from A Link to the Past, except the game title.
The logo for Ocarina of Time depicts the Master Sword and a Hylian Shield.
The logo for Majora's Mask depicts the eponymous mask, and uses a violet font as opposed to the red font previously used on the word "Zelda".
The logo for Oracle of Seasons is virtually identical to the logo for Oracle of Ages, the differences being a red font and a different Maku Seed.
The logo for The Wind Waker depicts the title backed by an image of the King of Red Lions.
The logo for Four Swords depicts the Four Sword divided.
The logo for the Four Swords Anniversary Edition enhanced port for the DSiWare resemble that of Four Swords Adventures, with the original Four Swords' font.
The logo for Four Swords Adventures is virtually the same image as that of Four Swords, but has more extensive detailing and uses a green font.
The logo for Phantom Hourglass depicts the Phantom Hourglass next to the text. Other variations simply spell out the title.
The logo for Spirit Tracks depicts the Spirit Train.
The logo for A Link Between Worlds depicts the Triforce, as well as a dark counterpart much like a shadow.
The logo for Tri Force Heroes depicts a stylized "T" in the word "Tri" that is similar in appearance to the Triforce.