Super Mario 64 is coming to the brick with LEGO 71395 Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block this October.
Fans have been waiting to see what would follow up last year’s 71395 Nintendo Entertainment System and now the follow-up 18+ set has been unveiled. 71395 Super Mario 64 ? Block is a massive rendition of the ? block that unfolds to reveal microscale levels, including Peach’s Castle, Bob-omb Battlefield, Cool, Cool Mountain and Lethal Lava Trouble, plus several microfigures.
It’s 25 years since the launch of Super Mario 64, so to celebrate the LEGO Group is making a model to satisfy fan nostalgia. The massive buildable block opens up to unveil Peach’s Castle, Bob-omb Battlefield, Cool, Cool Mountain and Lethal Lava Trouble.
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The set even includes LEGO Super Mario microfigures for the first time, including Mario, Princess Peach, King Bob-omb, Chain Chomp, Big Bully, Mr. I, Lakitu, penguin, baby penguin and more. For interactive play, the electronic LEGO Mario and LEGO Luigi figures can be combined with the set to provide unique music and sounds from the video game. There’s even hidden Power Stars that reveal secret reactions from the figures.
‘We know how much Super Mario fans have loved the LEGO Super Mario experience, and wanted to tap into even more elements of the traditional game play capturing the immersive play experience of Super Mario 64,’ says Pablo Gonzalez Gonzalez, Senior Designer at the LEGO Group. ‘It’s difficult to imagine the Super Mario Universe without the classic game’s iconic levels full of discovery and secrets. With this amazing set, we’re building on the exciting play experience of LEGO Super Mario, both to bring a bit of nostalgia for those who played the Super Mario 64 video game, but also to introduce these wonderful levels to a whole new audience of Super Mario fans.’