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Nintendo Labo DIY Cardboard Accessories
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Nintendo Labo DIY Cardboard Accessories

Make, play, and discover like never before with the Nintendo Labo DIY Cardboard Accessories. Compatible with the Nintendo Switch, these kids give you everything you need to extend the functionality of your console. The Nintendo Labo includes the Toy-Con Variety and the Toy-Con Robot. Both include pieces of cardboard and help you build anything from a 13-key piano to a fishing pole. You can even make a motorbike. From there, you add in your Nintendo Switch console. The cardboard bridges the gap between the physical and virtual world of your games. With this hardware, you can interact with your games on an entirely new level. Designed for all ages, the kits work with the app to help you get building. Because it’s cardboard, you can also customize the exterior to suit your style and make it all your own.

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Genevieve Healey
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April 20, 2018
Toy-Con Variety, Toy-Con Robot
Nintendo Switch
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