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- Adjustable Straps - One Size Fits All
- Play as a robot: demolish your in-game surroundings and take on challenges to unlock powerful abilities
- Customize your robot's in-game appearance and use your own markers and other supplies to decorate your Toy-Con Robot
- Challenge a friend using their own Toy-Con Robot in a two-player battle mode on a single screen*
- With the Robot Kit and the included Toy-Con Garage mode, you can invent new ways to play with your Toy-Con Robot by using special input nodes or create your very own Toy-Con projects
- Make your very own Toy-Con Robot suit: fold engineered, pre-cut cardboard and wear it to become a robot in the game
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Strap In And Power Up
Make a Toy-Con Robot suit…to become a robot in the game! Fold engineered, pre-cut cardboard sheets by following interactive instructions and then suit up to get playing. Wreck in-game environments and beat challenges to unlock powerful abilities. Then, discover how the Toy-Con Robot comes to life with Nintendo Switch technology and, in Toy-Con Garage, invent new ways to play.
Adjustable Straps - One Size Fits All!
Bust out your own markers, stickers, and more to customize your Toy-Con Robot suit—or enter the Hanger to customize your in-game robot’s appearance. By moving your hands and feet, you can maneuver the robot in the game, unleash your moves, or make sound effects! As you play, keep track of your robot’s rank, points earned, and unlocked special abilities. Discover the mechanics behind the Toy-Con Robot and how the Nintendo Switch technology brings it to life. If you’re feeling competitive, take on a friend with their own Toy-Con Robot* in a two-player battle mode on a single screen! Then go beyond in the included Toy-Con Garage mode to invent new ways to play with your Toy-Con Robot or create your very own Toy-Con projects.
Invent With Toy-Con Garage
Once you’ve experienced what it’s like to Make, Play, and Discover with Nintendo Labo, use everything you’ve learned to create your very own projects in Toy-Con Garage! Just take digital building-blocks called 'input nodes,' 'middle nodes,' and 'output nodes' and, with the help of this intuitive tool’s visual user interface, combine them in all sorts of different ways. Change a Toy-Con creation’s reactions to button presses, movements, and more! Toy-Con Garage includes handy tutorials to get you started. Experiment with your Toy-Con Robot, or craft original designs using your own items like cardboard and plastic cups, as you take your creativity and imagination to the next level.
Make your very own Toy-Con Robot suit: fold engineered, pre-cut cardboard and wear it to become a robot in the game.
Play as a robot: demolish your in-game surroundings and take on challenges to unlock powerful abilities.
Customize your robot’s in-game appearance and use your own markers and other supplies to decorate your Toy-Con Robot.
Challenge a friend using their own Toy-Con Robot in a two-player battle mode on a single screen*.
With the Robot Kit and the included Toy-Con Garage mode, you can invent new ways to play with your Toy-Con Robot by using special input nodes or create your very own Toy-Con projects.
*Additional Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 02: Robot Kit and Joy-Con controllers required (sold separately).
Nintendo Switch system required (sold separately). Parental supervision recommended.
2018 Nintendo. Nintendo Labo and Nintendo Switch are trademarks of Nintendo.
With the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 02 Robot Kit, you'll be able to combine the technology of the Nintendo Switch with the fun of DIY creations. Create a wearable robot suit with the included cardboard and accessories.
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When 420 came around I couldnt get off work sooner. My gf and I were having a Labo party with a couple friends building their own (yes we are all adults)
The game comes in a big slightly heavy box. I cant believe it's all cardboard.
I appreciated that the game came with instructions built in, and a 360 rotate feature so you could watch the instructions in real time and all angles. I think every kid would be thrilled and preoccupied with how hands on and how cool this actually is!.
The cardboard suit took me about 3.5 hours. I was really impressed how they use the pulley system, and how you create your own weights. Very cool!
It was a bit messy, as you can see in some of my pics. The floor didnt take too long. Just take out the vacuum and use the attachment to suck all the little pieces up.
I was worried that it wouldn't fit me since this is designed for children. I am very proud to say it fits comfortably as a 6'1 man and 250lbs
In my other picture it shows my 5'0 gf 100lbs also wearing it very comfortably.
The game is very shallow however it is a exercise game wrapped up into something appealing. This could keep your kid occupied for awhile, but as an adult I wanted more. The suit itself though is still very cool.
I hope more games come out that utilize the suit. This was very fun to put together though. Almost worth it for that.
He played the game for a few hours once he got it together. I will say, he was active. It's a lot of work to have that heavy box on your back, and the movements had him working up a sweat. However, after that first day, he got bored with the game quickly. He has told me that he's done most of what the game has to offer already, and we've only had it a month. I think the game itself it geared toward smaller kids.
All in All, it's fun but short lived. I think the game needs to be a little more in depth. I did think $80 is a bit high for this, and I was right. I get that you're really paying for the game, but the cardboard is just cardboard, and it feels quite flimsy to me. A younger child will probably have this beat up in no time.