Nintendo revealed Nintendo Labo last month, which essentially kits of cardboard that you can build and turn into interactive experiments.
One question mark that I personally had over these fairly expensive kits is just how complex the games were going to be. Thanks to three new videos that Nintendo has released, the mini-games included in the Variety Pack and the Robot pack look much deeper than initially thought.
The videos are all in Japanese, so obviously a little bit tricky to understand, so here’s some of the more interesting things that stood out to me. It’s worth noting that it’s clear that the Joy-Con can be used for more than one functionality in each mini-game. It’ll be come clear as you go through these examples but with the piano one for example, it can be used in the piano, as a speaker on a box or as a conductor.