Life for Link in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is never too easy, having to travel from one corner of the map to the next to save the world from a great evil. Thankfully, Link can blow off some steam by playing several different mini-games that not only introduce a welcome diversion to the experience but also allow players to obtain some useful rewards.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Pumpkin Pull mini-game in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD.

How to Play Pumpkin Pull in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD

The Pumpkin Pull mini-game is available right after completing the Sandship. All you need to do is go to Fledge’s room at night and give him two Stamina Potions. Once this small sidequest has been completed, you can play the Pumpkin Pull mini-game by paying 20 Rupees.

In the Pumpkin Pull mini-game, you have to shoot down pumpkins as they are tossed in the air by Fledge. The more consecutive shots you manage to make, the higher the points you will receive for each successful hit. As this can be a little hard to pull off with motion controls, we suggest using regular controls for this mini-game. Additionally, it is a very good idea to aim slightly above Fledge so to shoot the pumpkins as soon as they are launched in the air.

Pumpkin Pull Rewards

Completing a Pumpkin Pull run with 600 points or more will allow you to get a Piece of Heart. Different amounts of Rupees and different treasures will be given to you by completing the mini-game with a certain amount of points.

  • 0- 140 Points: No Reward
  • 0- 150 Points: 50 Rupees
  • 400-590 Points: Ancient Flower, Dusk Relic, Eldin Ore
  • 600 Points or more: Bluebird Feather, Goddess Plume, Golden Skull.

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