If you thought Minecraft was the best thing for kids on the Switch, get ready for Nintendo to (once again) blow your mind. Behold Labo, a set of DIY tools built on cardboard sheets that turns the console into a powerhouse of play. Make a piano, with the Switch's screen for music! No, wait, a motorcycle game with cardboard handlebars! A house, with the Switch displaying an interior you can customize! Now is the era of the Toy-Con (yes, that's an official term).
Labo comes in standalone kits, each with an assortment of designs and parts (like rubber bands and eyelets), as well as Switch cartridges holding the software. They include sets of pre-cut cardboard sheets, so kids can just punch out the pieces and assemble their project of choice. Two are listed on Nintendo's Labo website: A $70 variety pack, which includes the aforementioned piano, motorcycle and house, as well as an $80 kit to create a wearable robot-simulating suit. While aimed at kids, there's some, uh, cross-generational appeal here (ROBOT KIT!).