Making your Labo toy unique
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?