The other champions are also creative. The game Tea Time by Joseph France places Joy-Cons in cardboard teapots that you should fill with & # 39; and & # 39; pour & # 39; to serve virtual clients; think of this as a physical version of classic games like Tapper . You will also find an analog clock, a remotely controlled dinosaur and a game Labo Fix-It that turns you cranks and presses buttons to repair a house that is falling apart.
Competitors had a strong material incentive to win: everyone gets an ultra-rare Labo-thematic Switch. However, we would say that they are not the only winners. This helps Nintendo to animate Labo, as you can imagine, but it could also inspire do-it-yourself creators to use Labo as a launching pad for their ideas.