LEGO Stores are offering demos of the new Super Mario sets so that shoppers can see if the new theme is for them. Rather than building traditional models, the sets allow fans to build levels that the interactive Mario can then be used to play through. It’s an odd concept to understand without physically trying it, which makes the demos handy for fans.
Not every LEGO Store will be offering the demos, particularly in the current situation, when those smaller venues have to keep in mind social distancing restrictions.
71374 Nintendo Entertainment System also launched recently, providing a replica NES built using LEGO pieces. A retro television model is also included, featuring a classic 2D Mario game on the screen.