71397 Luigi’s Mansion Lab and Poltergust, 71399 Luigi’s Mansion Entryway and 71401 Luigi’s Mansion Haunt-and-Seek all deliver new content geared specifically around the green-suited plumber, although the digital Mario figure is obviously also compatible with their brand new functions and enemies.
Among those are the Poltergust, which includes a unique outfit that you’ll need to capture any of the ghosts and ghouls across the three sets. Build a course and try to defeat them without it, and Luigi (or Mario) will be temporarily stunned. You can read more about how the Poltergust works – and the extra gameplay it brings to the series – by clicking here.
Also available from today are two new beach-focused sets and a brand new series of blind-bagged character packs, with 10 new enemies to incorporate into your LEGO Super Mario level – including Freezie, Mechakoopa and Stingby.
Hit the links below to check out all the LEGO Super Mario 2022 sets available now, along with our reviews where applicable:
71396 Bowser Jr.’s Clown Car
71397 Luigi’s Mansion Lab and Poltergust | review
71398 Dorrie’s Beachfront
71399 Luigi’s Mansion Entryway | review
71400 Big Urchin Beach Ride
71401 Luigi’s Mansion Haunt-and-Seek
71402 Character Packs – Series 4
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