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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' -- The game will be updated on April 25, 2019 with bite sized content to be used with the VR Kit.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' -- The game will be playable with the VR Kit on April 25, 2019.

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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' -- The game will be was updated on April 25, 2019 with bite sized content to be used with the VR Kit.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' -- The game will be is playable with the VR Kit on as of April 25, 2019.
* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrosUltimate'' -- An update on May 30, 2019 added the ability to play matches against the CPU with the VR Kit, with some restrictions as to the rules and stages allowed.


* PinballLevel: One of the pre-made minigames in the Labo VR Plaza is a pinball machine.

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* PinballLevel: PinballZone: One of the pre-made minigames in the Labo VR Plaza is a pinball machine.

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* PinballLevel: One of the pre-made minigames in the Labo VR Plaza is a pinball machine.

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** Plaise’s dad gets an offhand mention, too: Eton Allatyme, who is a BigEater.


* GameMaker: The VR Plaza in the VR Kit allows the player to construct 3D objects and then use if/then statements in the same way as the Labo Garage to make simple gemes with those objects.

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* GameMaker: The VR Plaza in the VR Kit allows the player to construct 3D objects and then use if/then statements in the same way as the Labo Garage to make simple gemes games with those objects.

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* GameMaker: The VR Plaza in the VR Kit allows the player to construct 3D objects and then use if/then statements in the same way as the Labo Garage to make simple gemes with those objects.

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** Even more versatile is the ''VR Plaza'' in the VR Kit which allows for the creation of entire 3D objects and small level scenarios with them.


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** The VR Plaza is just a more in depth Labo Garage that allows for the creation of scanrios with full 3D objects. With good use entire new 3D games can be created with it.


* AntiPoopSocking: Completing a step in the building process of any of the Toy-Cons will result in the game asking if you need to take a break before you move on to the next step.

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* AntiPoopSocking: Completing a step in the building process of any of the Toy-Cons will result in the game asking if suggesting that you need to should take a break before you move on to the next step.step.
** Additionally, playing the minigames in the VR kit for long enough will have the game remind you to take regular breaks.


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* GiantEnemyCrab: One of the bosses in the Blaster minigame is a massive mechanical crab.


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* NeverTrustATitle: The "Art of Replacing Rubber Bands" topic in the VR kit ends up being about Professor Riggs going on a friendly RamblingOldManMonologue about old cameras if you say you wanted to drop by, with Gerry lampshading this by saying what the topic was going to be about. Subverted since, as pointed out by the professor at the end, you can just tap "Retry" at the top of the screen to restart the topic from the beginning.


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** Likewise, the same can actually apply to ''every'' Toy-Con. You are encouraged to decorate them anyway you want, after all.


* LevelsTakeFlight: The bird in the VR Kit can be played in an endless game where the player is flying around a large world.



* ProgrammingGame: "Toy-Con Garage", a feature within the main game, lets you customize how your Joy-Con and Switch touchscreen respond when interacted with using basic if/then instructions.

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* ProgrammingGame: "Toy-Con Garage", a feature within the main game, lets you customize how your Joy-Con and Switch touchscreen respond when interacted with using basic if/then instructions. The VR Plaza in the VR Kit goes a step further by including provisions to make ''entire'' 3D objects.


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** The VR Kit's bird game is a flying version of the Vehicle Kit's Adventure Mode.


* MarathonLevel: The Robot Build is a fairly elaborate machine and building one can take around '''3 hours''' from start to finish. The Variety Kit's Piano, similarly, can take between two to three hours.

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* MarathonLevel: The Robot Build is a fairly elaborate machine and building one can take around '''3 hours''' from start to finish. The Variety Kit's Piano, similarly, can take between two to three hours. The VR Kit's Blaster can also take about three hours.


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* MythologyGag: One of the videos in the VR Kit is a video showing gameplay of ''Mario's Tennis'' on the UsefulNotes/VirtualBoy.


# '''VR Kit''' -- Players construct a series of new Toy-Con including a blaster gun, camera, bird, wind pedal, and elephant, along with a set of VR goggles to use the Toy-Con in a virtual reality experience. Releasing April 12, 2019.

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# '''VR Kit''' -- Players construct a series of new Toy-Con including a blaster gun, camera, bird, wind pedal, and elephant, along with a set of VR goggles to use the Toy-Con in a virtual reality experience. Releasing Released April 12, 2019.


The games will be packaged in kits, thus far divided into the following options:

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The games will be are packaged in kits, thus far divided into the following options:


* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOddysey'' -- The game will be updated on April 25, 2019 with bite sized content to be used with the VR Kit.

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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOddysey'' ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' -- The game will be updated on April 25, 2019 with bite sized content to be used with the VR Kit.



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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOddysey'' -- The game will be updated on April 25, 2019 with bite sized content to be used with the VR Kit.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' -- The game will be playable with the VR Kit on April 25, 2019.


On January 18, 2018, Creator/{{Nintendo}} sent a message out to social media telling their fans to prepare for "a new way to play" aimed for "kids and kids at heart". Later that same day, they lifted the veil on their newest entertainment project -- ''Nintendo Labo'', a franchise aimed at marrying the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch hardware with the creative freedom and imagination that comes from [[KidsPreferBoxes cardboard]].

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On January 18, 2018, Creator/{{Nintendo}} sent a message out to social media telling their fans to prepare for "a new way to play" aimed for "kids and kids at heart". Later that same day, they lifted the veil on their newest entertainment project -- ''Nintendo Labo'', a franchise aimed at marrying the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch hardware with the creative freedom and imagination that comes from [[KidsPreferBoxes cardboard]].

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