While the hype surrounding Nintendo Labo appears to have faded as quickly as it came, there's no denying that it really is a fantastic piece of kit in the right hands. Showing off that fact wonderfully is this full recreation of a shrine from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Twitter user Green_Squid has shared a clip of their creation in action. Using Nintendo Labo's Garage feature, they've been able to make a fully-working and surprisingly accurate recreation of Breath of the Wild's Oman Au Shrine - the first one you encounter in the game.
As you can see, the design even incorporates Link's Magnesis ability, having the player lift particular objects to open new paths, grab a chest, and kill off enemies. If you're intrigued, here's how the real thing looks for comparison:
Sadly, Nintendo Labo doesn't offer players any way to share their creations online, so others won't be able to jump in and experience it for themselves. With all the success Dreams is having at the moment, it seems silly that Labo never included a similar sharing option. Ah well.
A truly amazing effort, though, we're sure you'll agree. And yes, this is making us want to play through Breath of the Wild yet again.