They call it Toy-Con and it’s a new way for kids of all ages to make crafts that interact with their Nintendo Switch controllers unlike anything else you’ve ever seen.
There’s a functioning 13-key piano, fishing pole and even a set of motorcycle handlebars that will hold your Nintendo Swich controller and make playing games even more realistic.
After you’ve folded and tabbed together your Labo creation, you can paint and add stickers to finish off your custom creation.
The Labo launches on April 20 and kits will start at $69.99.
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