Mak­ing your Labo toy unique

Games Master - - Upfront -

One lovely thing about Labo is that it’s sim­ply card­board, which of course means you can draw on it or stick things onto it or cut shapes out of it. This stuff is yours and Nin­tendo is fully en­cour­ag­ing you to make your own mark on each Labo toy. The com­pany’s even left ex­tra room in toys such as the Pi­ano, where users can wrap keys in sticky tape to get the feel just right if they want. We’ve al­ready seen many colour­ful vari­a­tions on the RC car, and chil­dren are cer­tainly go­ing to have a time per­son­al­is­ing their card­board toy. Here’s our ef­fort: Sandy The Sad Car. What?

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