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LEGO® Super Mario Adventures Starter Course, 231 Pieces
LEGO® Super Mario Adventures Starter Course, 231 Pieces
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Kids unlock unlimited action-packed challenges with this LEGO Super Mario Starter Course featuring a highly interactive LEGO Mario figure. • Overall product dimension- 12.48" L x 10.32" W x 3.54" H • Overall product weight- 1.11 lbs • Suitable for ages- 6 and up • Set includes- 231 LEGO pieces • Fans can begin exploring the fun-packed LEGO Super Mario LEGO universe with this Adventures with Mario Starter Course featuring 7 action bricks for different interactions with the LEGO Mario LEGO figure • LEGO Mario LEGO has a color sensor plus LCD screens in his eyes mouth and belly to display many different instant reactions to movement also included is a speaker that plays iconic sounds and music • LEGO Mario LEGO collects virtual coins as he runs and jumps from the Start Pipe to the Goal Pole via LEGO bricks cloud platforms the Block and clashes with the Goomba figure and Bowser Jr • This LEGO toy playset makes a cool gift for kids aged 6 and above • Rearrange the Starter Course and combine with LEGO Super Mario LEGO Expansion Sets to create more challenging levels and games to play with and against friends • The LEGO Mario LEGO figure is powered by 2 x AAA batteries (not included) • Kids will love the free LEGO Super Mario LEGO app which has building instructions inspiration for fun creative ways to play • Great for solo or group play interactive LEGO Super Mario LEGO toy building sets bring a family-favorite character to life in a unique way • LEGO meets the highest industry standards • LEGO building bricks meet the highest global safety and quality standards • Warning- choking hazard- contains small parts not suitable for children under 3 years
Rated 5 out of 5 by BCStrike Productions from Awesome set! Great set! I bought this because I love legos, and Mario, and video games, and this is all three in one! You can see my unboxing, build, review, and play video with my brother at BCStrike Productions on Youtube. Or AC Cool Collecting on Youtube. All in all, I think it is a great set and would highly recommend, and I think the pricing is great compared to how most set series, or toy series, the main one(toy, set) you need have to interact with all the others is always the most expensive but this is cheaper than two of the big expansion sets. All round great set, love it, would totally recommend!!
Date published: 2020-08-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by Parent4Collector from Mario Sets DO NOT INCLUDE instruction booklets The Mario Sets DO NOT INCLUDE instruction booklets. All instructions are online. I bought this set for my child and I looked forward to building it with him only to find that you need to download an app to build this set. So much for putting away the electronics and just having some fun build time. Without instructions, these sets are going to be difficult to resell in the future and their is no guarantee that Lego will maintain these digital instructions for the next generation of collectors. I called and requested physical instructions and I was told they are no available. I will not be buying more of the Mario sets.
Date published: 2021-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by JeffWilson from Where's Luigi? First off, let me say these sets are wonderful and I love the Super Mario theme. Now to criticize a few aspects of the sets. My first criticism (as the title suggests) is the absence of Luigi (who is habitually the neglected Super Mario character) and Princess Toadstool. Hopefully more sets will be released in the future including these characters. A second issue is the fact that the sets rely on app based building instruction rather than instruction manuals. Perhaps I prefer the printed manual because I'm an older Lego collector, but to me it is much easier to reference back if you happen to miss a piece. Also, without clear instructions, I feel like I've had to figure out the ins and outs of the game on my own. Finally, since the set is designed so the user can create customized Super Mario levels it comes apart easily. Too easily. I know we want to move the sections around, but I've had trouble with not having enough room for the plates to lock the segments together. All that being said, the Super Mario sets are cool and I hope Lego will extend this idea to other classic Nintendo-owned games like Zelda, Kirby, Donkey Kong, and Metroid.
Date published: 2020-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marithe from Love it My son loves it, he wants all the expansion sets, he is obsessed with Mario, this set and all of them, we do love using the app and I like it better than the paper instructions cause you can see the instructions in 3D, you can zoom at whatever you are building and turn it the way you want to see any angle, so it’s way easier and more fun to see the videos of everything you can do with the set, I think you could have explained better how to play it. That Mario gets 60 seconds when he comes out of the pipe to go thru the entire course and get coins. And that it works the same way for every expansion course.
Date published: 2021-07-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by Katesmarie from Cool, but some let downs My biggest peeve is that there are no paper instructions?!?! I don't want yet another reason for anyone to be looking at phones and tablets. And for my younger one, he just does better with paper instructions. For the price you pay, it's terrible to not include paper instructions. Also annoying when batteries are not included, but that's less of an annoyance. Please include paper instructions with future sets. Also, we have to update our lego. I'm so tired of updates on everything all the time, and now my kids toys need updates before they play. In the end I would have preferred just a normal set with a normal sized Mario minifig without all the electronics involved.
Date published: 2020-09-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by Itsamama from Neat Concept, but Needs Work Just like some other reviewers, I’m not a fan of the online only instructions and ‘app’ element of the set. It’s expensive, but not a challenging build. I love that it’s interactive, but all of the expansion packs are so expensive...if anything I can understand why the starter kit is more - it includes Mario. But the rest of the sets aren’t challenging or elaborate enough to warrant the price tag. My son loves it and has been playing with it for hours, so if your child loves all things Mario and loves LEGO - they probably won’t be disappointed...but If you’re a parent who grew up building LEGO you may feel a little underwhelmed. It’s just lacking something in the build.
Date published: 2020-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nycgoodfella from Creativity + LEGO SUPER MARIO= Endless FUN! I remember back in the late 80’s early 90’s has playing with legos and admiring my creations without a care in the world. Now I have a son and started buying duplo legos for him. When I found out about LEGO Super Mario I was excited both as a fan and for my son who is a big Mario World fan. I must say I forgot how relaxing it was to build the set and was great having the digital 3D instructions on a tablet. The amount of interaction and fun my son has been having exceeded my expectations. What makes this expansion great is both Yoshi and that...it’s Mario’s house! Also give a chance for Mario to rest on the hammock... well not for long before my son and I get to bond on creating a course for Mario to complete. Only thing missing is a Luigi figure like Mario.
Date published: 2020-08-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by Marmoset12 from Not the target audience I love LEGO products and am an adult collector. As a huge Mario fan, I was definitely looking forward to adding this to my collection. Once I had completed the set and a few add-ons, I overall felt unsatisfied with the final result. They were large sets that were just not that fun to look at/display. These sets are really designed to be *played* with by younger children. I did not enjoy doing the coin collecting at all. I ended up sending the entire set to a friend with younger children. Both my self and the children were disappointment that there were not paper building instructions. I understand what LEGO is going for, but I (and the kids) just didn't like it. In retrospect, the NES/TV is the set I should have bought.
Date published: 2020-12-17
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