Lego’s subsequent assortment of Super Mario-themed units contains Mario’s iconic Tanooki go well with as a brand new “Power-Up Pack” launching on January 1st. The Tanooki Suit is simply one of many new Super Mario Lego units launching subsequent yr, which embrace the brand new 366-piece Master Your Adventure Maker Set, three new enlargement units, 10 collectible character packs, and a second Power-Up pack with a Penguin costume for the Italian plumber.
For these unfamiliar with the Mario units Lego launched earlier this yr, the thought is to construct 2D-style ranges that gamers can manually hop their Lego Mario figurine via from begin pipe to objective flag. You get cash for strolling the Mario figurine via the extent, bopping it on high of enemies, or interacting with different degree components. These new units add new collectible figurines, bricks, and choices for ranges, increasing what can be constructed and the way ranges can be performed.
In the promotional video above, Lego exhibits how Mario can be swapped into his $9.99 Tanooki go well with, and will then make sounds when gamers “spin” him round or use him to hit enemies. The $9.99 penguin costume, in the meantime, acknowledges when Mario is sliding on his stomach. Previous costumes have included Fire Mario, Cat Mario, and Builder Mario.
The $59.99 Master Your Adventure Maker Set is the largest of the brand new kits launching subsequent yr. Lego says the set contains three “Special Bricks” that may be custom-made to create completely different results for Mario when he interacts with them in addition to a brand new begin pipe that may create new guidelines for a way gamers need to run via the extent.
As nicely as the brand new maker set, there are three enlargement units: the $19.99 Chain Chomp Jungle Encounter, the $29.99 Piranha Plant Puzzling Challenge, and the $39.99 Wiggler’s Poison Swamp. Finally, there’s a new set of $4.99 character packs, which embrace characters like Fly Guy, Parachute Goomba, and Thwimp.
It’s a fairly expansive assortment, and it suggests Nintendo and Lego are nowhere close to performed with their collaboration.