Friday, September 17

Lego presents its Super Mario 64 interrogation box | Digital Trends Spanish

Lego continues to collaborate with Nintendo to launch new products and the latest is quite literally one of those frequently seen in games of Mario: a giant yellow box with a question mark.

This box is a 2,064-piece Lego set that, when opened, reveals four small dioramas of scenery and levels that appear in Super Mario 64. These levels are Peach’s Castle, Bob-omb Battlefield, Cool Cool Mountain, and Lethal Lave Trouble.

The dioramas are miniaturized and are not an exact or faithful reproduction of the levels on which they are based, but rather a very faithful representation of the spirit of each one of them. For example, in Cool Cool Mountain the route that is followed until reaching the top penguin is represented, while Bob-omb Battlefield has, in addition to the boss, the cannons that fire from the corners.

In addition to the levels, the set includes small pieces that represent some characters from the game, also in miniature form and with small nods to the original figure, such as Mario’s mustaches or Peach’s hairstyle. In total, there are 10 miniature figures: in addition to the aforementioned Mario and Peach, come Yoshi, King Bob-omb, Chain Chomp, Lakitu, Mr. I, the big penguin and the baby penguin.

When closed, the block is 18 centimeters (7 inches) high, long, and wide; it actually appears to be smaller than what is seen in the video. And finally, the price: the Lego block will go on sale on October 1 from the company site and its price will be $ 170.

The price may be expensive, but we know that partnerships between Nintendo and other manufacturers are never cheap.

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