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LEGO releases a version of Super Mario that you want to have

This March 10, Nintendo released an enigmatic message on its Twitter account that indicated that something from Mario Bros was simmered with LEGO.

"Something fun is being built," was the message.

The truth is that this Thursday, March 12, a video is finally released where this Super Mario for LEGO is shown in glory and majesty, which is the closest thing you will actually see to Super Mario Maker and that is really great.

LEGO Super Mario is ready to run and jump in a new real-life game. Build and create LEGO brick challenges for you and your friends, defeat enemies and, of course, collect coins! ”Says the video caption.

This will be a version where you can build real levels, with smart pieces, so you can collect coins, question block items and even crush koopas and everything with sounds and multimedia.

Super Mario has LED screens on the chest and eyes, and has a built-in speaker to make the noises you expect it to make when you get a few coins or a 1UP.

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Takashi Tezuka, executive officer and game producer for Nintendo Co., Ltd, referred to this special alliance with LEGO.

"The new product we created together with the Lego Group seeks to combine two different styles of play: one where you freely build Mario's world and the other where you play with Mario in the world you have created," he said.

This version of Super Mario for LEGO will be available from August 1 and filtered prices in euros that establish that in dollars it will cost between $ 10 and $ 100 dollars.

In fact, the most expensive range that would be in the 1010 pieces would be worth about $ 111.29.

The truth is that a universe opens not only for Super Mario, and for all children and adult fans, but also for Nintendo, who might be thinking of making more products related to games in LEGO and for all the other franchises that already have Danish manufacturers of yellow bricks. We will see how this set will be sold first.

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