The Japanese company Nintendo, which is developing video games, consoles and accessories, has always been famous for a very unusual ways to entertain gamers. On account of its many inventions, have now become completely normal for everyone. The release of new gaming consoles, the company was accompanied by the slogan «Play different» — the console allows you to play not only in stationary mode near a TV, but to take the device with you. As it turned out, the new hybrid console that can please not only portability — today Nintendo unveiled a new gaming accessory Toy-Con… out of cardboard.
Nintendo LABO difficult to name just a accessories. Rather, it is a platform game-designer that enables the use of blanks to turn your Switch into a multitude of different things: piano, steering wheel from a motorcycle, house or even a fishing rod with a pond. Two joy-con — and the cardboard blank is transformed into a robot that can be controlled touch-screen console and are able to move due to vibration controllers. The player can transform into a giant combat mecha.
This is just some of the features that Nintendo very soon promises to give players. Certainly in the future there will be other interesting products made of cardboard, which allows to diversify the gameplay, having taken it beyond the usual video games.
Nintendo started to make toys in the 70-ies of the last century, so experience in this part of the company does not hold. We must pay tribute to the engineers — everything looks very good. And Yes, cardboard toys are not just can be assembled from ready-made stencils, they can still be painted over. In short, children will definitely be delighted.
Prefabricated cardboard toys will really allow you to play Switch different. On sale Nintendo LABO received April 20, 2018 at a price 69,99 USD for the set.
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