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Nintendo Labo competition offers a Switch with special design as a prize

Users must create a musical instrument or a gaming experienceNintendo Labo competition

Nintendo continues to promote in an interesting way its creative product, Nintendo Labo, in North America and today the headquarters of the Japanese company in that market announced the new edition of its contest Creators Contest, where the jackpot will be a Switch with special design.

Today, Nintendo of America revealed that the next Nintendo Labo Creators Contest will be held from July 19 to August 20 and users can participate in 2 categories: create a musical instrument or create a gaming experience. The first category will take users with a Nintendo account to create a musical instrument using any type of material and the Toy-Con Garage function, which allows programming all kinds of patterns that are ideally related to the creation. As in the previous edition, participants can use any type of material to create the instrument, as this is not limited to the content of the Nintendo Labo Variety Kit.; Once they have their creation and have integrated it with the Toy-Con Garage function, they should record and upload the video to YouTube.

On the other hand, the second category is the same as that of the previous edition of the Nintendo Labo Creators Contest and in it, you must create a gaming experience using any type of material and later integrating it with the Toy-Con Garage function. The guidelines and the participation process are the same as those in the first category.

Along with the announcement of the new edition of the contest, Nintendo of America revealed that the winner of each category will receive a Switch with the special design from Nintendo Labo, an official jacket and an award certificate signed by the creators of the product. At the same time, those in charge of the 4 best creations that follow each first place will receive a Joy-Con design by Nintendo Labo and an official jacket.

Nintendo Labo competition

Unfortunately, the Nintendo Labo creative contest is limited to users in the United States and Canada, markets where the product was officially launched on April 20.


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