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Nintendo has developed a Cardboard style switch that you can not buy



This one-of-a-kind switch is designed after Nintendo Labo and can be won next month as part of a Nintendo Labo Creators Contest. The four runners-up include a Labo jacket and Joy-Cons in a collector's carton.


  Nintendo Switch Labo Collector's Edition

As we've already seen on the 3DS, Nintendo offers many different case designs for its handheld hardware. But for the Switch next month, a highly coveted livery for only one person in a competition is to be offered.

The Nintendo Labo Creators Contest begins on July 1

9th and runs through August 20th. Nintendo wants the best musical instrument and the best gaming experience created with Toy-Con Garage and crafting materials. The jury will pay attention to quality as well as creativity when deciding on the winners.

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In return for this creativity, a lucky grand prize winner wins a Collect Nintendo Jump with a custom paint job inspired by Nintendo Labo. As the picture above shows, Nintendo has created a switch that looks like cardboard. The same winner will also receive a Nintendo Labo Creators jacket and a framed reward certificate signed by Nintendo Labo developers.

Four runners-up get the same Creators Jacket, but also a collector Joy-Con Controller Pappstyling

To take part, all you need is a Nintendo account, Switch and Labo to create your musical instrument or game experience. It's also possible to submit more than one creation, if you have time, just make sure everyone is unique.

In other news, Nintendo announced that Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is now compatible with Toy-Con Motorcycle Creation. This means that you can create the handlebars and ride them on another racetrack. It's certainly a lot of fun and very rewarding to know that you've built the controller yourself.


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