One The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player recently showed off his impressive working paddle boat. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom launched on May 12, and players are having a lot of fun with the game’s new Ultrahand features, creating various structures and vehicles.

Tears of the Kingdom takes place not long after the events of Breath of the Wild, making it one of The Legend of Zelda’s relatively few direct sequels. While the core gameplay remains largely the same, Tears of the Kingdom gives Link access to various new powers. These include Recall, which reverses time for an object; Fuse, which lets players craft weapons; and Ascend, which lets Link travel through surfaces above him. However, Ultrahand is the main event, allowing players to flex their creativity by designing custom buildings and vehicles.

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Reddit No-Frogs is one such player and recently shared some vehicle designs from Tears of the Kingdom. Yesterday, he posted a clip of his design for a paddle boat. They built the craft around a wooden plank deck with a log functioning as a pontoon. No-Frogs positioned the steering mechanism at the bow, with vehicle wheels on either side. The wheels spin a pair of wooden paddle wheels, which propel the boat forward.

The boat has trouble casting off and bounces wildly as the paddles strike the ground. The wheels are only there to spin the axles for the paddles and are no help traversing the sandy shore. However, the ride gets much smoother once it moves into deeper water. Perhaps some clever Tears of the Kingdom player will find some way of raising and lowering the paddles to create an amphibious vehicle. Then again, it might be simpler for the player just to build a dock.

This is the second boat that No-Frogs created and shared on the Tears of the Kingdom subreddit. The first was a much more elaborate design built around a pair of wooden pontoons featuring fans and paddles to push it across the water. The latter uses a very different design, each featuring three rotating wooden slats lined up end to end. No-Frogs mentioned in a comment that they tried to make a double-decker boat, but it was too heavy to move.

Interestingly No-Frogs’ boat resembles one of the vehicles from Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom test footage that surfaced a few days before the game’s release. No-Frogs’ boat is a much smoother ride, however, and the resemblance can likely be chalked up to the limitations of Tears of the Kingdom’s vehicle construction.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is out now for Nintendo Switch.

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