Nintendo has revealed a new Labo feature called Toy-Con Garage mode that’s included with the software in each Labo kit for the Nintendo Switch system. This will allow users to free-code software to make Joy-Con controllers vibrate or make sounds during movement, among other inputs and output options.
By tapping on a sewer icon inside the Labo software, you can reach the special code area, where it presents a simple cause and effect interface that can be navigated with the touchscreen. With 18 different buttons, motion sensing, haptic vibration, it appears the easy coding has room for more complex customization for users to make new toys and innovations. Check out the footage above and share your thoughts below. In related news, a Donkey Kong drum peripheral may be coming to the Nintendo Switch.