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Australian Guy Made A 1:1 Scale Zelda Bike For Nintendo Labo

Jordan Booth from Australia won Nintendo’s local Labo competition with this life-size replica of Zelda’s Master Cycle Zero, complete with moving handlebars, rocking motion and even headlights. Like everyone else, Nintendo’s Labo team was “completely blown away by the sheer scale, complexity, and faithfulness of this life-size reproduction”

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