When we first checked out the Nintendo Labo, one of our favourite “Toy-Con” devices was the piano, and we knew people would do great things with it. Like Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi, who has recreated his much-loved theme on it.

While the cardboard keyboard only has one octave to play with at a time, you can use the Labo software as a sequencer to add layers. Djawadi’s composition here is a great example of this process.

The piano Toy-Con comes as part of the Nintendo Labo Variety Kit, which runs on Nintendo’s Switch handheld console. For more Nintendo Labo, check out our review of the Robot Kit here.

Buy now at JB Hi-Fi