Nintendo Switch launch game 1-2-Switch, at least on the surface, looked like it was going to be what Wii Sports was to the Wii, or Nintendo Land was to Wii U for the new console, showing off the system's fancy new tech and providing a good load of fun in the process. As it turned out, the game lacked the essential long-term appeal needed to stand amongst those previous titles, but Nintendo seems to have found a way to productively re-use its content.
As seen in the Nintendo Switch's news channel, a new sample for Nintendo Labo's Toy-Con Garage has arrived. By following the link in the news article, players can download this new sample to their copy of Nintendo Labo, allowing them to play what is described as a "milking minigame".
While the on-screen display is obviously very different for Labo's version of the game, the players must hold the Joy-Con in the same manner as that in 1-2-Switch, using the SL and SR buttons to recreate the milking motion. Come to think of it, the simplistic madness of 1-2-Switch's games do seem like a perfect fit for Labo; perhaps we'll see more games inspired by the launch title appearing in the future.
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