A Eurobricks user has seemingly got a little impatient waiting for the LEGO Group to recreate Princess Peach’s iconic Mushroom Kingdom fortress and instead has pursued their own minifigure-scale model. The build, which is confirmed to be based on the castle as it appears in Super Mario Odyssey, features suspended towers above a loose moat of brick-built water.
Those who have played Super Mario Odyssey or Super Mario 64 will likely recognise more than a few details featured in the creation including Yoshi on the roof, a set of three stars to collect and a spare Super Mushroom sitting on the steps. Even the stained glass window of Princess Peach has been recreated, fulfilling a detail that we’d love to see in an official Peach’s Castle build.
Even minifigure (and mini-doll) versions of Mario and Princess Peach have been placed in a lobby that resembles the interior room as it appeared in Super Mario 64, complete with clouds painted on the walls and the checkered floor tiles.
A new wave of LEGO Super Mario sets have just launched worldwide, introducing multiplayer and the lesser-known Mario brother Luigi as a playable character. Check out our in-depth review of the new 71387 Adventures with Luigi Starter Course for a tease on how the two figures interact.
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