These are collections of DIY cardboard kits dubbed as Toy-Con that you can utilize with your Nintendo Switch. To explain how it works, a movie on Nintendo’s YouTube channel showed a 13-key piano assembled out of cardboard powered by the Nintendo Switch to let you hold a piano recital. Essentially each Toy-Con is made of cardboard and series, brought to life by augmented reality capacities of the Nintendo Switch display and Joy-Con.
The learning isn’t limited to mastering your Toy-Con. Nintendo claims that you will have the ability to “explore how the mechanics work as you build and play with your Toy-Con creation.” Additionally, the company stresses that you won’t need scissors or glue to create your Toy-Con, asserting everything you need is contained in the box.
Nintendo Labo release date
Based on Nintendo’s site and YouTube station, you can expect Nintendo Labo Toy-Con kits to hit the stores in US on April 20, 2018 and in Europe on April 27, 2018.
Nintendo Labo price
At launch, there will be two kits available. Toy-Con 01 Variety Kit allows you to assemble the above piano, two RC cars, a fishing rod, motorbike, and a home. Toy-Con 01 Variety Kit price is $70 (approximately Rs. 4,700). The next kit, known as the Toy-Con 02 Robot Kit will let you create a robot suit. The Toy-Con 02 Robot Kit cost is $80 (around Rs. 5,100). Both come with the necessary applications to attracts these creations to life.
Like most things Nintendo, Nintendo Labo in India will be restricted to gray and parallel imports much like the Nintendo Switch and each console before it. Nintendo does not have an India existence or has plans to make its products accessible here formally just yet.