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Socoder -> Off Topic -> PetitCom vs Labo

Posted : Sunday, 28 February 2021, 05:05
spinal
Hmmmm, I wonder if anyone has combined a petitcomputer (or whatever the switch version is called) and Nintendo labo to create some kind of 3d game....

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Posted : Sunday, 28 February 2021, 05:05
Jayenkai
Yep. I'm 100% certain of it. It includes sets of commands for the original Labo sets, including the little piano.

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