With Nintendo Labo releasing in North America today, Nintendo has detailed the prices for the replacement parts. Nintendo Labo is a cardboard-based interactive gaming craft set in which you use pre-provided templates to build gaming peripherals.

Through a combination of Nintendo Switch’s IR technology, and reflector strips on the cardboard, users can build peripheral devices to control a host of mini-games with. There’s a giant robot, RC car, fishing rod, garage, motorbike handles, piano and more. And of course, with it being made of cardboard pieces and all, there’s a high possibility that you may break or damage the kit in some way. Luckily, it seems that it is possible to order individual pieces of a kit rather than having to purchase the whole thing again. The full details are as follows:

  • Robot Kit: Reflective Sticker Sheet – $1.99
  • Robot Kit: Knobs Cardboard Pack – $5.99
  • Robot Kit: Straps Cardboard Pack – $5.99
  • Robot Kit: Visor + Feet + Joy-Con Holder Cardboard Pack – $5.99
  • Robot Kit: Weights Cardboard Pack – $7.99
  • Robot Kit: Accessory Pack – $9.99
  • Robot Kit: Slider Cardboard Pack – $9.99
  • Robot Kit: Main Body Cardboard Pack – $13.99
  • Variety Kit: Reflective Sticker Sheet Set – $2.99
  • Variety Kit: RC Car + Discover Cardboard Pack – $2.99
  • Variety Kit: House Cardboard Pack – $5.99
  • Variety Kit: Fishing Rod Cardboard Pack – $8.99
  • Variety Kit: Accessory Pack – $9.99
  • Variety Kit: Motorbike Cardboard Pack – $11.99
  • Variety Kit: Piano Cardboard Pack – $11.99

All replacement parts parts are available to purchase here. If you’re looking to save a buck or two, Nintendo has also provided PDF files of each design so you can print them off yourself. From there, it’s just a matter of gluing them to some cardboard and following the instructions. Nintendo Labo is available in two different sets, the Robot Kit and the Variety Kit, and is only available for Nintendo Switch.

To celebrate the release of the quirky crafting kits, Nintendo has teamed up with Bill Nye the Science Guy himself to launch a competition for creators to take part in. Fans in the US or Canada who are 13 years or older can enter their creations into the Nintendo Labo Creators Contest, with prize packages up for grabs. There are three categories to enter, Best Decorated Toy-Con, Best Toy -Con Mod using Toy-Con Garage and Best Original Invention using Toy-Con Garage. Head here for more details

Are you going to be picking up Nintendo Labo? Let us know in the comments.


Jake Green

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