Robot Kit

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Robot Kit
Nintendo Labo Robot Kid.png
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The Nintendo Labo Robot Kit.
Universe Nintendo Labo
Debut Nintendo Labo Robot Kit (2018)
Smash Bros. appearances Ultimate
Console/platform of origin Nintendo Switch
Article on Wikipedia Nintendo Labo

Robot Kit (ロボットキット, Robot Kit) is a kit of Nintendo Labo.

Origin[edit]

The Robot Kit is the second installment in the Nintendo Labo series, released alongside the Variety Kit. In it, players construct a wearable Toy-Con consisting of a visor and a backpack with string-connected hand and foot grips, and use it to control a giant robot (likely recycled from the Project Giant Robot tech demo for the Wii U) with their own motions. In-game tasks include demolishing a city, completing challenges, and battling other players.

In Super Smash Bros Ultimate[edit]

As a costume[edit]

Toy-Con set for Mii Brawler.

Nintendo Labo Robot Kit appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a Mii Costume for the Mii Brawler and as a DLC spirit.

Spirit[edit]

No. Image Name Type Class Slot Ability Series
1,317
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Toy-Con Robot
Attack
★★★ 3 Fist Attack ↑ Nintendo Labo Series

Trivia[edit]

  • In the Mii costume trailer, the Mii Brawler in the Nintendo Labo costume is seen taunting in sync with a giant Mii Brawler in the Mecha Suit, referencing how the player's movements match those of the robot they control in-game.
  • The Nintendo Labo Variety Kit features a small cardboard man that can have a Joy-Con controller attached to him; the cardboard man became the subject of many memes, but, perhaps most famously, was given a Super Smash Bros. moveset animation concept from Twitter user JavedLSterritt shortly after Ultimate's announcement.
  • Due to the Toy-Con's scale being adjusted for Miis' proportions, the left Joy-Con attached to the visor is several times larger than the right Joy-Con attached to the backpack.

External links[edit]

Official Video