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Lego Introduces 2-Player to their ‘Super Mario Bros’ Sets

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Jun 24 2021

Build a crazy course and compete against your friends!

Lego Super Mario sets have motion sensors that are activated by a set of action bricks. When Luigi or Mario comes across an action brick it activates “color sensors, plus LCD screens in his eyes, mouth, and belly to display over 100 different instant reactions to movement” as well as a speaker that plays sounds from the game. The characters also have a camera that recognizes code on stickers on each of the sets.

With the addition of Luigi this year,  Lego is now offering a 2-player mode with their Super Mario sets. Pick up a set that include Mario or Luigi (the latest is featured below), build a course with any set, and compete with friends.


Adventures with Luigi Starter Course$59.99

  • 280-piece modular kit
  • Luigi has a color sensor, an LCD screen to display many different instant reactions to movement, and a speaker that plays iconic sounds and music from the video game.
  • Move Luigi  from Start Pipe to Goal Pole, collecting digital coins for spinning seesaw and flying challenges and interacting with the ? Block and Pink Yoshi, Boom Boom, and Bone Goomba figures.
  • The nougat-brown-colored bricks, which signify the Tower biome, trigger different reactions from Luigi.



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