The Nintendo Switch is such an amazing innovation in video gaming. However, it is not often that a video game platform has real world applications. The Nintendo Switch is no ordinary gaming platform. Below is a press release about the new Nintendo LABO which is a special DIY kit that you can build physical games that work with the joycons and the screen. One of the kits even transforms you into a robot and as you move the robot on the screen does too. It is a cool way to use the technology of the Nintendo Switch in such a great way.
Nintendo has put together a preview video to show people these new toys or toycons that you can make and then use with the Nintendo Switch. You can watch that below and then read the full press release below that and if you want to purchase these toys I have links to where you can pre-order them.
I received an iPad 2 with some pre-loaded apps to try out and review. One of the apps was Piano Dust Buster 2. Opinions of it are 100% my own.
We’ve had a piano in our house growing up and while my sister played I did not. I banged on the keys and could play chopsticks, poorly. Eva has shown an interest in the piano when we visit my mom and Andrew likes to bang on the keys. I got the chance to try out the new Piano Dust Buster 2 game from JoyTunes. It is a cute way to get kids familiar with playing the piano on the iPad, but also on a real piano. I didn’t even realize that this app could be used on and actual piano or keyboard until I read the Press release below and saw the image above. I just thought it was a cute app that kids can use to play music. Continue reading App Alert: JoyTunes’ Piano Dust Buster 2→
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