Those who have played Super Mario 64 might like to know that the first LEGO set dedicated to the gaming icon is now available for purchase, with an option to display it as a recognisable Question Mark Block (which only appeared in other games) too.
From Cool, Cool Mountain to the first model for Princess Peach’s Castle, a selection of locations from Super Mario 64 has been picked to be stored in the larger block build, which can then be unfolded for an interactive display piece.
The LEGO designers have ensured that the individual level builds have a suitable amount of detail and references, such as the iconic stained glass window and Warp Paintings in Princess Peach’s Castle to the ice slides inside of Cool, Cool Mountain. The original block that replaced the question mark equivalent in Super Mario 64 even features on a floating island above the brick-built Bob-omb Battlefield.
Whilst 71395 Super Mario 64 Question is available now, it also contains an additional hidden feature. You might want to click away to the official online store should you wish to experience it without spoilers during the build.
The first reviews of the new Super Mario set have revealed that an extra miniature figure and level are stored within the model, allowing you to recreate the final battle from Super Mario 64 and catapult Bowser into the void. For more on the set, you can read up on four things we found in the official images and dig through them whilst you wait for your order to arrive.