A look at some amazing creations made with Nintendo Labo
It’s been about a week since Nintendo Labo debuted around the world – though Europe just joined us on Friday. Since then, users have proven that Labo is more than just a toy or a simple add-on for Switch.
Part of the reason that people have been able to come up with a wide variety of creations is thanks to the Toy-Con Garage. With this aspect of Labo, Nintendo is allowing for rudimentary programming. That means you’re not just stuck with the standard Toy-Cons and software.
We thought it might be interesting to spotlight some of the creations that have been shared online over the past week. Continue on below for a look at a few creations that have gained some attention.
— 模索する俺たち (@mo3ore) April 21, 2018
I got way too ambitious with my second #NintendoLabo ToyCon Garage project, and others have beaten me to the punch. But I enjoyed puzzling it out and learnt a lot about what the Garage is capable of. pic.twitter.com/YLhPjxNPaX
— Leaving Luck (@LeavingLuck) April 25, 2018
— 飛田純平＠ジャンピィ (@JUMPINGREEN) April 23, 2018
— 月本せいじ (@TsukimotoSeiji) April 20, 2018
— まっちょ。 (@mattyo_39) April 23, 2018
— あやたろす (@ayataross) April 24, 2018
— みかんねこ (@96pen) April 23, 2018
— みかんねこ (@96pen) April 26, 2018
— かげひと (@hitokage22) April 21, 2018
— Leaving Luck (@LeavingLuck) April 21, 2018
— おにぎり△ (@riceball0712) April 20, 2018
Lastly, a bonus:
— The UPS Store (@TheUPSStore) April 26, 2018