Updated with Nintendo Switch Sports.
Switch Lite, the portable-only version of Nintendo's console, offers a cheaper way of jumping on the Switch train with a focus on handheld play which makes it a true replacement for Nintendo 3DS. However, it's important to remember that unlike the standard Nintendo Switch of the OLED Model, Switch Lite does not support Docked Mode and will not output to your TV in any way — essentially the Switch Lite doesn't 'switch' like the standard model. Then again, the standard model doesn't come in a spectrum of funky colours!
Nintendo Switch Lite's controls are also integrated into the body of the console meaning there are a small handful of games that will no longer function without purchasing extra Joy-Con controllers and connecting them wirelessly to Switch Lite. Below you'll find the games that don't function in Handheld Mode and will either require extra controllers or the standard Switch console to work properly (there's only one set of games where the latter applies).
Which games don't work with Nintendo Switch Lite?
Well, technically, every piece of Switch software released up until now (and, presumably, in the future) will boot up on the handheld-only version of the console. It has all the technical gubbins inside to run any cartridge you put in the slot.
However, incompatibility arises due to the control inputs certain games require — namely motion-controlled games which require you to slide off the Joy-Con.
As you can see in the graphic above, Nintendo states on its website that Tabletop Mode isn't supported with Switch Lite. However, this isn't technically true. If you've got the required controllers, you can absolutely wirelessly connect Joy-Con or Pro Controllers just like the normal Switch — Switch Lite only lacks the kickstand of the standard model.
Its smaller screen might make things a bit hard to see, but if you've got the extra controllers there's nothing stopping you from propping up the console somewhere (or using one of the available third-party accessories) and enjoying some local multiplayer on its small screen. More Table-prop than Tabletop mode, but it gets the job done.
The exception to this is Nintnendo Switch Sports, which doesn’t permit local multiplayer to be played on Switch Lite. Instead, it directs you to connect switch to TV mode, which Switch Lite is incapable of.
For all other games, local multiplayer is possible. However, seeing as you can't attach Joy-Con to Switch Lite, you will definitely need a way to charge them separately, such as a Joy-Con Charging Grip.
List of Switch games that don't support Handheld Mode
We'll update this as new titles are released which don't support Handheld mode:
- Just Dance (all of them)
- Super Mario Party
- Fitness Boxing
- Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise
- Ring Fit Adventure
- Nintendo Switch Sports
- Nintendo Labo (all sets)*
Remember, it is still possible to play these games on your Lite (except Labo — see below), you'll just need a pair of Joy-Con, something to prop up your Switch Lite and exceptional vision to see what you're doing on that 5.5 inch screen. Only the latter entry on the list above presents truly insurmountable problems (scroll down for more details).
Games that are 'better' with detached controllers
There are some outliers that are playable on Switch Lite, but might have certain game modes which aren't available without Joy-Con.
The hand gesture counting activities in Dr Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch, for example, require the IR camera found in the bottom of every right-hand Joy-Con, so while the majority of the game is designed for handheld play, you won't be able to play 100% of the software's offerings on Switch Lite.
Other games support Handheld Mode as an alternative to motion controls, but that may not be the optimal way to play; ARMS, for example, is built around having a Joy-Con in each hand even though it supports Handheld Mode (although some players get on with the non-motion controls just fine).
Super Mario Odyssey also has a couple of (non-essential) moves which can't be activated without motion controls. These still work on Switch Lite, but you'll need to shake your entire console to activate them — and be mindful of who's close by on public transport.
And, of course, if you want to play the local multiplayer component of almost any game, you'll need more controllers — be they Joy-Con or Pro Controllers.
How do I know if a Switch game doesn't support Handheld Mode?
You mean other than checking out this handy guide? You'll want to keep a look out for the little handheld icon on the box (or on the eShop game page if you buy your games digitally).
Look on the back of the box and you'll find a series of icons indicating compatibility like the ones below for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (left) and Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit (right):
As you can see, Breath of the Wild is good to go in Handheld Mode, but you'll run into problems with Nintendo Labo kits.
Does the Switch Lite support gyro controls?
Yes! The Switch Lite contains a gyroscope and accelerometer just like the standard Switch console does (you might have thought they're only found in the Joy-Con, but that's incorrect — many of the Labo toys couldn't work without the console's own motion sensing abilities).
Therefore, games like Fortnite, Splatoon 2 and DOOM still have full gyro aiming functionality on Switch Lite.
Does the Switch Lite have HD rumble?
Unfortunately, Switch Lite does not have in-built rumble of any variety. The HD rumble in your Joy-Con controllers will work just fine with it, but the Switch Lite console itself does not have rumble.
*Can I use Switch Lite with Nintendo Labo/Labo VR?
Hmm, well here's the problem. The software will boot up and you should be able to construct your Toy-Con with no problems using Switch Lite, and a pair of Joy-Con should enable you to operate some of them without a hitch. However, anything which involves the direct interaction between cardboard and the base console won't work with Switch Lite.
The Labo VR Goggles, for example, won't house Switch Lite because of the smaller form factor. Likewise, Switch Lite will not fit inside the Toy-Con House, either. If you're incredibly creative, there might be homemade workarounds, but if you're buying a Switch and you want to play with the Nintendo Labo sets, we strongly recommend you get the standard Switch for which it was designed.
Got any questions about the Nintendo Switch Lite? Let us know in the comments and we'll do our best to answer.
Im sorry I need context, this comment hurts my head
Sometimes I told people like a person who disagree me but there so wrong..
This is why I am fine with just putting my old 200GB memory card on my Switch Lite, I just see it as a cheap portable version of the console to travel with as opposed to it being a replacement for my launch Switch. I will keep most of the games on the launch Switch, this is just for whatever I want to have on the go.
@PBandSmelly I told alot of people the down side and they didnt trust me and now they will see there wrong..
Ah ok. I will use the term "stupid thanos person" myself in the future
@PBandSmelly sorry got mad at this person @ThanosReXXX he was the pain to me..
If you buy separate joy-cons, how do you charge the joy-cons if you can't connect them to the Switch Lite?
No I just thought it was funny without context
@PBandSmelly I wish it was funny but he is mean..
They're not a great loss are they, I think everyone getting the lite will be more than happy with the remaining games
Super Mario Party and Fitness Boxing are the only real losses here, let's be honest. Maybe Ring Fit Adventure, I'll stay positive for that one until it comes out.
@AnnoyingFrenzy I know you miss the tv control of that do you..
So really the only thing you "can't" do, as supposed to wouldn't want to play on a tiny screen in table-prop mode (nice one by the way) is Labo sets that require the Switch to be in the cardboard, which is basically the 5 piece variety kit.
That's not too bad really. It bothered me at first that if you wanted to play any of the Joy-con enabled games you'd need $80 Joycon plus a $30 charging dock, making a usable $310 the Switch Lite bundle actually cost MORE than a $300 switch, but I realized if Nintendo markets this as a 2nd Switch, then technically you already have a pair a Joy-con and a way to charge them with your first Switch, so as a 2nd Switch it isn't awful.
And as for Labo not working and the Switch Lite not switching (it's called a Switch LITE by the way, not a Switch, so it doesn't HAVE to switch) well it's not the first time Nintneod has done somethign similar to this.
First, they made a 3DS which promoted 3D in games, then they sold a 2DS which didn't play those games in 3D, yet Nintneod still considered the 2DS part of the "3DS Family" even though it didn't play 3D games in 3D. Then it sold a New 3DS and there were some New 3DS games that didn't play on 3DS, even though they were both called 3DS, one just had New in front of it.
So if a 3DS can't play New 3DS games it's no wonder Switch LITE doesn't Switch. Nintendo being Nintendo, nothing new here.
@ShinyUmbreon I mean, yeah. I would always get an original Switch over a Switch Lite as you get more features. However, if someone were to buy a Switch Lite I would hold nothing against them as long as they made the purchase knowing the limitations.
At least, I assume this was what your comment was referring to, I could have misinterpretted.
Well, at that point it might be cheaper and easier to buy the regular Switch. Don't forget you can't buy a single Joy-con. They're sold in pairs.
@AnnoyingFrenzy @PBandSmelly Im just glad you guys understand that i wasn't making stuff up..
@rjejr You changed your logo from kermit! I didn't know it was you until you said "Nintneod."
As for what your comment said, it sounds you have a little ire over how Nintendo named their systems (Yes, New 3DS is terribly vague), but of course the 2DS is going to be in the 3DS family of systems, all it is is a a 3DS without the 3D, it still plays all the same games.
To add to your second point about the New 3DS. It is more similar to the Game Boy Color, which is considered to be in the same family as the Game Boy or the DSi, which is in the same family as the DS and both had exclusive games, so none of this is anything new. It goes back for generations.
@ThaBEN In the US you can buy single legit Joycon from Amazon, pick a color or a side, about $50 each.
Target seems to only have the gray ones.
@ShinyUmbreon TBH, I have no idea what you are talking about with ThanosRexx. From my perspective thoughh, the limitations of the Lite have been cut and dry since announcement day.
@AnnoyingFrenzy He just made me mad think im a lier..
@AnnoyingFrenzy "so none of this is anything new. It goes back for generations."
That was point. My ire is all the people posting the same post " You can't call it a Switch b/c it doesn't Switch." Says who?
I switched my avatar b/c I was on vacation and saw this really cool Super Surf Bros t-shirt in an aquarium gift shop. Problem is NL won't let me rotate it. I even tried rotating the original picture but they always put is sideways. I'll probably change it soon anyway, I'm creating a new one.
@ShinyUmbreon No offense, but how exactly was I being mean to you? My intention was to help you by providing you with factual information about a retro console named Evercade, but apparently you were talking about the Switch Lite.
However, you posted your comment in the Evercade article, so that is what I thought you were talking about, and in replying to me, you never once made that clear, so I'm sorry for apparently having upset you, but if you would have told me right away that you were talking about the Switch Lite, then we never would have had that rather weird discussion that we had.
Case in point:
@rjejr Ah, I misinterpreted your comment then. I agree with being annoyed at those types of people too. If we're honest, what else can we call it? The Switch is more than a concept now, it is an entire brand.
I look forward to seeing your new avatar! I also originally had a different Avatar I was going to use, but had to change it as it always came out looking wrong.
No biggie, none of those are worth playing anyway.
This article should mention Mario oddysey.
Without HD rumble, many games aren't that fun to play. Lumines and Thumper for example.
@nintendolie Can't speak for Lumines, but Thumper is already a blast to play without HD rumble
“There are some outliers which support Handheld Mode but you probably wouldn't want to play that way; ARMS, for example, is really built around having a Joy-Con in each hand, but still supports Handheld Mode.”
ARMS’ motion controls are awful, though! The buttons are where it’s at!
You can delete that entire list and the Switch would have sold just as well.
@rjejr But the thing is, if you look at the target demo as represented in their ads, it doesn't appear to be the case. It appears to be aiming to bring in new gamers and people who only play their 3DS/2DS; the new NEW 2DS XXXL. Don't forget $10-30 for a quality kickstand or Lite case w kickstand. I personally wouldn't want to play multiplayer with a screen that size. The current Switch is only barely at a decent size for tabletop.
Personal preference, but if I'm going to get a 2nd Switch I'm not going for the downgrade, I'm going for the new iteration with FAR better battery life... and the one that is still an actually Switch... and not just the innards. And if I'm going for a 2nd Switch, I already have one so I'm not in any hurry. I'll take my time and save that extra $100.
Don't envy ppl getting the 1st Lites off the line. Look at all of the issues with the current Switch that are only now getting addressed. With the Lite, you can't just send your controllers off. You ship your entire system off for repair. If that's your only Switch, that sucks.
@ShinyUmbreon You mean when you thought about Switch Lite in an Evercade article section, without even stating you were talking about anything other than the Evercade? Yeah, that was pretty confusing.
@ThanosReXXX that's pretty funny, how on earth were you meant to know that he was randomly talking about a completely different games console 😆
I think I'd be a lot more comfortable with the Lite existing if they didn't call it a Switch because it certainly isn't one. It's not a Switch if you can't Switch. Lol.
Reading comments here like "well they are no great loss". This where people think too subjectively. One of the big pushes of the LITE is to bring in the younger crowd at a more "affordable price'. Most of their ads go that way. But, one of the most popular franchises for that crowd won't be available to be played on Switch Lite. I present to you "Just Dance". That's going to go well during the holidays....
Even though it's compatible, trying to play ARMS with attached joycons was less than pleasant.
next question what happens if switch lite outsells the switch big time. will they ditch the switch
So much wrong info in the comments you can buy separate joy cons and you can charge them with a dock . All pointless but yeah lets not lie though
I could see some parents or grandparents making a mistake buying these games for the cheaper Lite. Forcing them to return everything. Probably not a lot, but some.
@Mooj738 Yeah except whats the point then? You just saved 100$ on Lite but need to spend 100$ for joycons and charger. Just get a Regular switch then. You and I are informed...the majority are not.
Agreed never said it was worth it. Just got annoyed with people saying certain things "facts". I'm not a huge fan of what they have done to be honest especially with the updated switch with a better battery just seems a little pointless.
Just Dance hasn't been big since 2012.
The biggest loss for Switch Lite owners is Super Mario Party, which is a kid-friendly game that has sold well over 7 million copies and continues to sell to this day.
@JayJ I will keep most of the games on the launch Switch, this is just for whatever I want to have on the go.
For the last 2 and half years it has been said the Switch's strength is that you can play games on the go. Now people are pretending they need a Switch Lite to play on the go.
If you just want to give Nintendo money, why not just send them a monthly check?
@BarefootBowser the folks who don’t pocket their Switch everyday will never understand the full benefit of a smaller footprint. It’s the inverse of people going from a phone with a 4 inch screen to a 5+ inch screen, they love that extra real estate. There’s nothing that says the appreciation can’t go the other way. Every PlayStation has gotten a smaller version and people love it, despite the fact that they aren’t trying to fit the damn thing in their pocket!
@Crono1973 I travel regularly and will buy a lite to take with me on those trips.
The switch is indeed portable and has served me well, but this being smaller and a single, sturdy piece means it's gonna more convenient for that. The main switch will remain as the at-home console.
I expect its battery to hold on better as well, because I won't have it permanently on and docked either.
@BarefootBowser The Switch Lite is a downgrade though.
@Crono1973 it's absolute downgrade and i'm shocked that people are actually going to buy this system. Just skip it. Before we know we won't get a switch 2 hybrid but just a portable. It's like they are ready to leave the other games out so they go fully again (3ds in a new light switch disguise) they will all go portable. So don't buy the Light people if you haven't bought any Switch yet. You have bigger screen on the other and can play on TV. The Light will give only some more batteries but dumbed down options. No dock mode anymore needed so some games. Don't buy it people!
@Alucard83 Yep, people loved the idea of a hybrid for two and half years and now, all of a sudden, they are ready to go back to a portable only device. It's like they were talking XXXX all along.
@Crono1973 Dude it's just a $200 handheld game console. My iphone cost me more than a grand. I already have tons of software and accessories for the Switch. Why are you trying to make an issue out of this? I just think it's a more appealing way to travel with the console, I own 3 different 3DS consoles because they kept coming out with new ones, when handhelds are relatively cheap like this it isn't a big deal to get the different variations.
I’m buying a Lite because 4 people in my house (including myself) want to play on the Switch I have. So this works.
@JayJ Did you just compare a Switch Lite to an iPhone? A downgraded game console cannot be compared to a smart phone.
Anyway, I just like to call people on their BS. Switch was the greatest thing since sliced bread because it was a hybrid. Now though, the tune has changed and the hybrid is just too big and now the Switch Lite is the way to go, but since it's not a hybrid I have to wonder how serious people have been with their praise since the Switch launched.
@BarefootBowser not in terms of portability it isn't. More battery life and a smaller form factor.
Well, the new Switch is the best with battery life AND you have the benefit of popping it into the dock to charge while you play on the TV. If i's portability you want, I suggest a 3DS or a Vita.
@BarefootBowser If I wanted something to plug into the TV that's what I'd get.
Just to be clear, you never praised the Switch for it's hybrid feature?
@Crono1973 The point was that this isn't a big purchase, especially when compared to other handheld devices that I buy. $200 is what I sometimes find myself spending on games in a month, you are really making a mountain out of a molehill with this console.
Personally I like the concept of both and I think I will enjoy owning both consoles. The Switch has always been more of a home console that I can easily take to other places as opposed to a handheld that I would want to take with me while I am traveling. I have owned the Vita and 3DS since they released and I also own multiple variations of the 3DS as well as both the new and old Vita consoles. I have enjoyed collecting portable consoles and holding onto them because they aren't particularly expensive, but the problem with the 3DS and Vita is how they are dead old platforms.
The Switch is clearly the handheld game console of the modern era. You aren't really seeing any new 3DS or Vita games but the Switch is pumping out games like crazy. It is where all the new games are going and if you want to have a handheld game console that can play new games it is pretty much your only real option. The Switch Lite addresses all the issues I had with the original Switch when it came to traveling, and I really don't care about what you or anyone else thinks about it. I am not buying this or avoiding it to please you, I am buying this for me.
@Crono1973 why can’t those people enjoy multiple form factors? I’m sure they love the original Switch still and also want to enjoy a lightweight version. Why tell people they aren’t allowed to enjoy options or like the things they like?
@BarefootBowser I would think that someone who praises the hybrid feature wouldn't see losing the hybrid feature as an improvement.
@NinChocolate I think you misunderstand. My point is that some of the same people who praised the Switch for being a hybrid all of sudden don't seem to care about that feature anymore.
@Crono1973 you’re positive these people said they don’t care about that feature anymore? Or they just find the smaller footprint compelling also?
If Switch Lite can detect another Joy Cons, i think we still able to play with them.
Put the Joy Cons inside the cardboard and use the Switch Lite as the monitor.
I want Switch Lite too, that Turquoise color is so lovely color for me. 😘
But, i will keep using my Old Switch as my primary device while Switch Lite for alternative entertainment for me. Having two is better than one, right ?
@Anti-Matter labo kits use the switch tablet, not just the joycons.
@NinChocolate If they are buying a non Switchable Switch (LOL), then I would say they don't care about that feature anymore.
Here's something to consider. When the 2DS went on sale people were concerned that developers would stop using the 3D feature. Did it happen? These revisions come with a price.
In this case we may see developers opt for only the lower resolution of the off tv play. We may see developers using lower quality assets because it looks fine on the small screen but won't look fine on a TV.
I was thinking like this about LABO since i have experienced with my LABO too.
Since i can play my LABO (say LABO 01) without have to put the tablet inside the cardboard, so i think it will do the same things with Switch Lite.
Also, i can play LABO 01 toys with dock mode so my TV is become my biggest screen to play LABO 01 toys.
@Crono1973 and if Nintendo came out with a cheaper, TV only version would you equally decry anyone who showed interest in that?
@NinChocolate Of course.
@Anti-Matter the labo toys are designed to have the switch table in them though, so your play experience would not be optimal without it.
@Crono1973 I believe you’re ignoring use case scenarios: I own a Switch. I play certain games docked (splatoon, Zelda), I play certain games handheld (arcade archives) both at home and outside. When I get the Switch lite I will play it outside because it’s better for on-person. I will continue to play the larger switch both docked and handheld, tabletop within my home. If developers stop offering options then that’s up to players to voice concern about, not to stop buying new hardware from Nintendo, that’s not reasonable.
It's funny because while I use my Switch like 98% of the time, the Switch lite doesn't interest me at all.
I guess I still like having the option for TV out, and I rarely ever keep multiple iterations of a console/handheld.
... and has anything been confirmed about the joy con drift issue? It's early but you'd think a fix would've been in the works since that's been known about for a zillion yrs now. If not, that's a HUGE con because now you'd be forced to send the whole dang system in instead of just using a dif controller. I wouldn't even consider thinking of nabbing one otherwise.
Well, I have stated my case and I don't know what else to say so I guess I am done. I'll just say this, there is nothing the Switch Lite can do that the Switch can't do but the reverse is not true.
@Crono1973 proper D-pad? Lightweight and compact? That ain’t nothing to the person who plays dissimilar to the way you do. People like what they like and shouldn’t have to defend what they like in this world
@NinChocolate If I wanted something to plug into the TV that's what I'd get.
That remains to be seen, the D-Pad on the Pro Controller isn't good and we don't know if this D-Pad will be an improvement or not. BTW, the original Switch can have a D-Pad, just buy a third party Joycon with a D-Pad.
People like what they like and shouldn’t have to defend what they like
I'm sorry I twisted you are arm and made you respond to my posts.
@Crono1973 you said people were going back on their words, that needs to be defended. I see things differently (my use case scenario), I don’t want my appreciation of the Switch light to be misconstrued as dis-appreciation for the Switch I have now. It’s fair.
@NinChocolate I said something that YOU thought YOU should defend. I didn't force you to defend anything. You could have just ignored my posts and went on with your downgraded purchase.
@Crono1973 100%. And I was happy to engage in that discussion and hash out perspectives with good language 🙂
@NinChocolate Yeah me too. Have a great weekend.
So basically, it's only games that nobody really cares about.
I don’t think you guys mentioned HD rumble (even though I myself know it doesn’t support it).
I suspect Nintendo will offer printable Labo at least for Lite owners at some point. Can't take the RnD department long to design something right?
So - we know that the Switch Lite doesn't support HD Rumble, but does it have any rumble functionality at all? Does it have the sharp jolt of a 'mobile phone' vibration (akin to the Wii U GamePad), or is it more subtle?
@Bustacap has that been confirmed somewhere? so far I've seen nothing about regular rumble.
If you can still play these games on the Lite with a regular set of pro controllers, then how are they not compatible? That’s like says Bluetooth head phones are compatible. They are, you just need extra equipment.
@ThaBEN That is not true as gamestop sells single used joycons
If the Switch Lite doesn't suit your needs, it doesn't mean its a rubbish console that doesn't need to exist. I can't believe that has to be explained.
@ThanosReXXX yeah he’s either 11 or has serious issues. 😂 you were in no way being ‘mean’.
Has there been any ifficial word about how this would work as a second Switch? Like, if I did buy one (not that I need it, but that yellow version keeps calling to me everytime I walk past an advert for this thing...) and kept my OG Switch, how would it work with playing my digital games on it? Would I be able to redownload them onto the Switch Lite and still have them playable on my original Switch, as long as I was signed in on both?
@carlos82 @HobbitGamer @darthstuey Thanks for the support, guys. The whole thing actually had me wondering for a while if I had landed in some sort of alternate dimension or something, but in the end, it was all just a simple misunderstanding. Too bad he wasn't even able to own up to it.
It's not like I think that he did it on purpose, so far as I'm concerned it's all water under the bridge, but I really didn't like being blamed for something that wasn't because of me.
Oh, well. Can't win 'em all, I suppose, and this is the internet after all. People get upset about the most ridiculous of things...
I thought just dance supports handheld mode
I want to get a Lite but will it be turquoise or grey, no idea yet! You can help me decide. I think that the grey is more elegant and discrete but blue looks nice in the launch video.
Will I get Super Mario Odyssey even though I hate motion controls in this game? No idea.
I hope that Xbox Cloud is available on Switch eventually to also play Xbox games on Lite. That would be sweet.
@Alucard83 The original Switch and the revised version lack a D-pad, that's one of the main selling points of Lite, which is also much lighter (-31%) and smaller so perfect for handheld play. It looks like a Vita and that is positive in my opinion.
@technotreegrass No idea why some people hate Switch Lite so much. It's the Wii U hatred all over again. Only Switch can exist and every other console must die.
@MH4 ARMS is my second-most played game on my Switch, and I've pretty much only played it handheld mode. A lot of that has to do with not waking up a sleeping baby, but still... even if I'm playing on the TV I'd still rather use my Pro Controller.
@invictus4000 it's pointless if you own a switch. It looks nice and I'd have one but what's point. My wife agrees if it don't switch it ain't a switch 😂😎. Us gamers
(it's called a Switch LITE by the way, not a Switch, so it doesn't HAVE to switch)
This right here 👆 is fanboy logic.
Soooooo if you’re going to compile a list of games that don’t work in handheld mode..... research/face check first...... I play ring for adventure all the time in handheld mode. It’s annoyingly hard to see but it works..... same with just dance 2020. The rest I have no idea. But yeah...
Maybe someone else mentioned this but Mario + Rabbids multiplayer...doesn't that need the joycons?
Unforcanally, Nintendo switch lite is the worst handeld mod ever. thats why non-joy-con or reguar Switch owner can only play games that support handheld mode and no labo.
Imagine getting a game were handheld mode isn't available.
Coming back to this page, I am very glad Nintendo gave Skyward Sword "traditional" (very loose term) controls to avoid this mess. I originally doubted it after reading an interview with Eiji Aonuma.
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