I'm liking the remixed dungeon music but the boss music kinda feels a bit ehh.
Seems like I was right to a certain degree about changing floors maintaining persistent changes.
The boss fight was mostly unchanged except for the persistent damage making dealing with the boss easier.
They almost got rid of the flying tiles from the original dungeon which was always a boring room by reducing it to a 4x4 sequence that moved 4 at a time.
I liked that they kept the hidden fairy room even if hid it in a far less clever location. I noted that the fairies had little models instead of the usual glowy ball of pink.
No dungeon item and the Big Key only opened the boss's chamber (which is worrisome since some of the Big Key puzzles in the original were the best parts of their respective dungeons, also the Big Key was in the Big Chest).
Now it seems that you can use two items at once (on top of the sword).
Didn't seem like the guy managed to get the spin attack to work despite charging up for it. Maybe that'll unlock with the Master Sword instead of the sword beams.
The wall painting mode seemed to function independently from the selectable items (probably means an extra automatic item).
They added a mid dungeon warp point.
Also it seems that cracked floor tiles can now be destroyed with the Magic Hammer instead of only the Bombs.
sarcasm/ Also glad to see that Silver Rupees and yelping both make it in. Thankfully, they've added an extra digit to the wallet capacity for all that extra cash and restricted the yelping to taking damage only respectfully. /sarcasm
But really though, the only time you needed more than a grand in rupees in the original was to dump into the Wishing Fountain for capacity upgrades and gathering enough rupees to make use of that was the least tedious part of that mechanic. Also, its weird how all the original sound effects for the player's actions remained save for the one for taking damage (still vastly superior to every fucking thing having that yelping like how the GBA port had it).
And to be fair, the original also handed out rupees hand over fist with the chests that contained 300 rupees or 50 rupees.