Toy-Con Garage is why Nintendo Labo’s cardboard accessories cost $70

If you were wondering why Nintendo Labo, the DIY cardboard accessory kits for the Switch, costs at least $70, Toy-Con Garage is why. As we approach the April 20th release date for Labo, Nintendo has finally revealed more details of Toy-Con Garage, a software feature included in each Labo kit that teaches kids basic If This Then That programming. It’s an ingenious feature that lets the cardboard toys be combined and remixed with each other, opening up way more possibilities for them to be played with.

Labo offers two Toy-Con Kits right now: the Variety Kit and the Robot Kit. The $70 Variety Kit — which comes with five mini-games and the cardboard sheets ready to make an RC car, a fishing rod, a house for a Tamagotchi-like friend, a…

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