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Nintendo Labo - Toy-Con 01: Variety Kit

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Nintendo Labo - Toy-Con 01: Variety Kit

Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Released in JP: April 20, 2018
Released in US: April 20, 2018
Released in EU: April 27, 2018
Released in AU: April 20, 2018

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

ProtoIcon.png This game has a prototype article

Nintendo Labo is the easiest and fastest way for Nintendo to print money, which allows the player to put together various objects (or Toy-Cons) with the use of recycled cardboard.

Unused Graphics


A placeholder image of Lerna that says "Character Stamp".


It's a temporary image, dummy!

Early Final
Nintendo-Labo-Variety-Gerry-Early.png Nintendo-Labo-Variety-Gerry-Final.png
Early Final
Nintendo-Labo-Variety-Learna-Early.png Nintendo-Labo-Variety-Learna-Final.png
Early Final
Nintendo-Labo-Variety-Plaise-Early.png Nintendo-Labo-Variety-Plaise-Final.png

Leftover early speech icons for Gerry, Lerna, and Plaise.




Unused stamp images for Gerry, Learna, and Plaise. Their designs here have significant differences from the final versions.


A dummy texture. Does the L stand for Labo? Nobody knows.


Another dummy texture.


A icon of the grey Right Joy-Con.


Test_FIX: A icon of a all-beige Piano Toy-Con.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Internal project name

According to multiple strings and the executable named that way, it appears Babel is the internal project name.