Item in the Legend of Zelda series of video games by Nintendo. The Power Glove first appeared on the NES in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, as a more masculine replacement for the first game's Power Bracelet. It could be found at the far left of the Swamp Palace behind two locked doors, and allowed Link to smash blocks in that and other palaces with his sword.

It returned in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, where it could be found in the big chest in the heart of the second dungeon, the Desert Palace. In this incarnation it allowed Link to lift and throw light green rocks of various sizes - if he wanted to lift dark green rocks, he'd have journey to the fourth Dark World dungeon to find the Titan's Mitt.

The mighty item appeared once again in the deservedly little-known Philips CD-i game, The Wand of Gamelon. It was given to the player by Grimbo, once he had the Hanyu Spore. This time it was used by Zelda herself, actually - in Gamelon Link's the captive, and it's up to the princess to save the hero.

The Power Glove made its fourth and as-yet final appearance in Oracle of Ages for the Game Boy Advance. It was found on level 8 of the ancient tomb, and allowed Link to, among other things, lift giant blue genie statues. Go figure.