Labo Nintendo Switch

Nintendo UK: Weekly Series Of Original Videos For Nintendo Labo, Win A Custom Cardboard-Themed Switch Console

Today marks the launch of a weekly series of original video content produced by Nintendo UK and hosted by Tom Burns Jamie Burns, Frankie and Nimmerz for the Nintendo Labo UK YouTube channel.

Following the highly anticipated launch of Nintendo Labo, a new line of interactive make, play and discover experiences exclusively for Nintendo Switch, earlier in the year, there has been a whole host of amazing Nintendo Labo creations and customisations that people across the UK have been working on and sharing as part of the ever growing Nintendo Labo video community. The new hosts of the Nintendo Labo UK YouTube channel will be there each week delving deeper into each of the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con, sharing ideas, the latest news, hints and tips, launching exclusive competitions and showcasing the best UGC out there, all to help inspire creative minds and playful hearts alike. Tom, Jamie, Frankie and Nimmerz will take you on a journey through the main principles of Make, Play and Discover and will bring this to life through entertaining original video content.

Nintendo recently announced the introduction of the Nintendo Labo Creators Contest for Europe which kick starts the search for Europe’s greatest Nintendo Labo creations and customisations from 19th July. Whether you’re a master inventor or a creative spirit, anyone can take part and have a chance to win some amazing prizes, including a special Nintendo Switch system! Check out Tom and Jamie in their newly released video as they take you through the details of the Nintendo Labo Creators Contest for Europe.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Nintendo Switch is also now compatible with Nintendo Labo, Players can grab the handlebars and race their way to victory using the Toy-Con Motorbike from the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 01: Variety Kit*. After installing a free software update** for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe,  players will be able to select the Motorbike Toy-Con as a compatible controller from the main menu. You can watch the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – now compatible with Nintendo Labo! trailer and stay tuned in the coming weeks as Tom and Jamie will also be doing a dedicated video on this as they take each other on, on the race track.

About Nintendo Labo

Nintendo Labo is a series of DIY kits crafted to work with the Nintendo Switch console. By assembling sheets of cardboard into almost anything – a motorbike, a fishing rod, a 13-key piano or even a robot suit  – and combining them with the Nintendo Switch console – you will be able to bring your creations to life – from winning a race, catching a fish, to performing a song!

Together with the Nintendo Switch console, the Nintendo Labo kits provide the tools and technology to make fun interactive DIY creations, play with them using the Nintendo Switch and discover and learn how Nintendo Switch technology shapes ideas into reality.

  • Make: Transform modular sheets of cardboard into interactive creations called Toy-Con – from a 13-key piano to a motorbike, a robot suit and more.
  • Play: After they are built, combine the Toy-Con creations with the Nintendo Switch console and Joy-Con controllers in creative ways to enjoy a variety of gameplay experiences.
  • Discover: Learn how Nintendo Switch technology works together with each Toy-Con project. With Toy-Con Garage mode – a feature included with the software in each Nintendo Labo kit – you can design new ways to play with your Toy-Con projects, such as steering the RC Car with the Fishing Rod or using the Motorbike as an instrument. It’s even possible to invent your own Toy-Con creations using common materials from around the house. When you’re finished building, you can personalise your Toy-Con projects with your own stickers, markers and more.

Source: PR

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