Traditional Zelda is a style of gameplay that is near and dear to many people. The top-down adventure makes for some creative puzzle situations and hugely detailed maps. After many years of tinkering with the formula, Nintendo is finally returning to their heritage with The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. What are gamers to do in the meantime, though? If one is not a fan of the 3D games or the DS titles, what kind of game will fill the void? Enter Ittle Dew, a top-down adventure game from indie developer Ludosity. What the game lacks in innovative puzzle and world design, it more than makes up for with charm and game feel.