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Nintendo Labo VR Kit
© 2019 Nintendo of America

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For ages 7-up
For grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, S, Jr, Sr.
$80, Nintendo Switch
Teaches: Spatial Relations, timing, logic, creativity, Virtual Reality
Coming April 12 for Nintendo Switch -- VR Goggles designed to slip into a new set of cardboard "Labo" kits. We had a chance to test six of the "Toy-Con" tools, and found them to be fun and responsive, although our testers concluded a lot of further testing must be required. There's a camera (explore underwater or interact with strange creatures); an elephant (create 3D artwork in space by moving the "trunk" in open air -- show off your creations on the big screen by docking the Switch); bird (fly through the air on a bird’s back, collecting items and helping baby birds hatch); blaster (battle an alien invasion or feed hungry hippos); wind pedal (jump as high as you can on an ever-growing stack of balls while avoiding obstacles and heading soccer balls).

All six devices can be used in the VR Plaza, containing 64 bite-sized games, many designed for only the Toy-Con VR Goggles and Nintendo Switch system. See also the Nintendo Labo VR Starter Set + Blaster.
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