Nintendo have released a fourth free Nintendo Labo VR mini-game on the Nintendo Switch News Channel for owners of the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit Toy-Con, with the maze game Kyodai Meiro (literally ‘Huge Maze’). The previous three VR mini-games released via the News Channel are Sushi Board, Kaijuu Shooting and Alien Tataki.
The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Version 3.1.0 update is scheduled for 31 May at 10:00 JST (30 May at 18:00 PT) and adds a VR mode if using the Toy-Con VR Goggles! Full patch notes to be posted once the update is live. Thanks to @SSBUBot. Image thanks to @7C4FoH0rwv6oijE.
Unity Technologies Japan today announced that Unity supports the VR Goggles from the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit, which means that developers can use Unity to develop software that support VR Goggles.
Nintendo and Yahoo have announced Hack Kids in Tokyo classes for parents and children on 15 July 2019. The classes utilises the Nintendo Labo VR Kit, where both parents and children can use the Toy-Con Garage VR to programme their own VR games! More details (in Japanese) are found here.
Nintendo and KCG Group have announced that Nintendo Labo will be exhibited at KidZania Koshien from 12 July 2019 and at KidZania Tokyo from 16 July. Each class is for up to six children aged between 3-15 years and will last approximately 40 minutes and consist of making a Toy-Con controller and testing it out! Images added below…
Gemdrops have announced that Ookami to Koushinryou VR (Spice and Wolf VR) will be coming to Nintendo Switch this Summer and will be compatible with the Nintendo Labo Toy:Con VR Kit! The game will be download only with price to be determined. Promo videos added below. Many thanks to Naruki.
Nintendo have released a third free Nintendo Labo VR mini-game on the News Channel on the Nintendo Switch console for owners of the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit Toy-Con with Sushi Board. The previous two VR mini-games released via the News Channel are Kaijuu Shooting and Alien Tataki.
SmileBoom have announced that the latest title in the game development software series Puchikon 4 SmileBASIC (Petit Computer 4) will release on the Japanese Nintendo Switch eShop next week (23 May) priced at ¥3,000.
Puchikon 4 supports Joy-Con, HD Rumble, Motion IR Camera, various Toy-Con (piano, house, fishing, bike, and robot), and USB keyboard or mouse! Created software can be published online and downloaded by other users. Standard graphics and several short videos added below…
The second free game for owners of the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit Toy-Con is now available on the relevant News Channel on the Nintendo Switch console with Monster Shooting (Kaijuu Shooting in Japan). Just click the latest news story and the link at the bottom to open the game. Then click ‘Discover’, then ‘Toy-Con Garage VR’, and then play! Check out details of the first free game Alien Bopping at this post.