Nintendo Labo’s Toy-Con Garage can be used to create personal Toy-Con creations, and while the first trailer went into the basics of how it works, the latest trailer goes a bit deeper into the usage of nodes, and how it can combine usage with marker stickers or reflective tape to create some more technical results.
For example, the trailer goes in-depth into how the ‘AND’ node can be made to have multiple inputs in order for the desired result to occur, ie. the cardboard figure falling down. At the very end of the video, Nintendo teases a tutorial on how to make a rubber band guitar out of the Toy-Con Garage.
Here’s the full video below:
Nintendo Labo is coming out on April 20, 2018 for Nintendo Switch. In case you missed it, we previously got a look at the Toy-Con Garage’s mode that lets players create their own Nintendo Lab applications using the basics of programming.