Phantom Hourglass Walkthrough

Welcome to our Phantom Hourglass Site Walkthrough. This walkthrough will cover everything in the game from Heart Containers to all of those side-quests. Strategies of every enemy and boss will also be covered with a link to the specific guide for more info on them if needed. Follow this guide all the way to complete the game.

~Old Walkthrough~

  • Chapter 9 – Wet Waters
  • Chapter 10 – Having a Blast
  • Chapter 11 – Chilly
  • Chapter 12 – Gems
  • Chapter 13 – A’mazing
  • Chapter 14 – Ancient
  • Chapter 15 – Times End
  • Chapter 1 – Temple of Fire

    Chapter 2 – Temple of Wind

    Chapter 3 – Temple of Courage

    Chapter 8 – Haunting

    Chapter 9 – Wet Waters

    Chapter 10 – Having a Blast

    Chapter 11 – Chilly

    Chapter 12 – Gems

    Chapter 13 – A’mazing

    Chapter 14 – Ancient

    Chapter 15 – Times End

    • Tomes2789

      Can you elaborate please? I am about to start playing this game, so what is this about visiting Zauz that is not included in this walkthrough? Thanks!!

    • Midnafan

      I dont know why, but I suddenly felt the urge to play this game again. Guess Im in the mood for a dose of nostalgia, and its an easy game, so it wont take long to make decent progress. This was the first video game I ever played. It has its faults (which may or may not be bit of an understatement) but I still love it, those faults give it a unique character.

    • Midnafan

      I have a renewed appreciation for this game, I don’t know why anyone ever gave it so much crap, it’s an excellent game. It leans on the overly easy side until some of the later boss battles, but it’s fun, it’s use of the touch screen and dual screens is simply amazing. The single large temple that you consistently return too worked really well in this game as it slowly became the most difficult dungeon in the game (though Im not sure they should’ve repeated this aspect in ST, as well as removing the invincibility of the enemies that made it all so difficult). The game is pretty linear but it doesn’t look so because you have to go to some pretty odd places to get what you need, pretty much everything is weird and quirky. And you know that’s probably the only strange part of this game, to me at least, is that it really doesn’t feel like a Zelda game. If it weren’t for the boy in green and “Zelda” in the title, i’d never guess it was a Zelda title. I’m glad TP was pretty much the second game I ever played, otherwise it might have taken longer to get a better idea of the world of Zelda actually looks and feels like. However, my last qualm with this game is that is is WAY TO FRICKIN DIFFICULT TO GET ALL THE SHIP PARTS. I’m missing like 2 parts except for the Gold parts and they’re not even that rare and i just cannot get them. And trading’s out of the question now that wifi no longer works for this game :(