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H: 10" (23cm)W: 10" (24cm)D: 7" (16cm)Dimensions
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Nintendo Entertainment System™LEGO® Super Mario™
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H: 10" (23cm)W: 10" (24cm)D: 7" (16cm)Dimensions
Enjoy an originalWith authentic reproductions of the original console, controller and Game Pak cartridge, plus a retro-styled 1980s TV, the exclusive new LEGO® Nintendo Entertainment System™ gives fans of Super Mario Bros.™ a way to recapture childhood magic.
Designed with original details
Recreate the experience
Insert the buildable Game Pak cartridge into the console.
Get your thumbs ready
Plug in and tap the buttons on the life-sized controller.
Turn the handle on the TV to move 8-bit Mario across the screen.
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Bring back memoriesCapture a building experience like no other and recreate childhood memories with this LEGO® model of the original NES console.
Bring the game to lifeGet the interactive figure when you purchase the LEGO® Super Mario™ Starter Course and place him on top of the TV to watch him react to the on-screen enemies, obstacles and power-ups – all while the original game’s theme tune is playing!
96% would recommend this product.
Value for Money
- August 12th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0My favourite build thus far.JDWalker |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfFrom the moment you see the box you are instantly taken back to the golden era of Nintendo. The packaging and the Nintendo logo just transport you. Opening the box you find over 20 bags, but some are very quick side builds which help construct the mechanical nature of the set. It does a fantastic job of not giving too much away, it's like a magician letting you back stage at his show but not telling you any secrets, just giving you an extra point of view from the usual spell bounded audience. The build starts with the console which very quickly you realise feels like it was created to be immortalised in lego form with its typical blocky design. Before long you are desperate to see the front tiles with Nintendo font being placed on the cartridge flap. The power and reset printed tiles reminding you of the amount of times you had to reset your console. After the console you are greeted with the smaller builds of the controller and the cartridge. Although these are pretty simple when you hold the cartridge for the first time you can remember taking it out to give it a blow. The green tiles inside a reminder to looking in and seeing the green data part of the cartridge. You certainly feel like you have accomplished something at this stage, to see something so prevelant from your childhood sitting in front of you that you have constructed from Lego bricks is quite a moment. The last stage of the build is the TV. Personally I would say this is the hardest build. You are dealing with some cogs and wheels. Take extra care to make sure things are in the right place, the right way around, the right size. Thankfully I made little to no errors as I was concentrating but this would be extremely frustrating if you go towards the end and something didn't quite work in the rotate system. There is a section with a lot of repitition, place 30 single bricks here, connect 30 clamp bricks together. I would recommend a break before tackling the TV because regardless of how fast you are it's a time consuming task with the single bricks. Everytime you click something jn place you find yourself turning the lever to see what's new and what's turning. Even the more decorative side of just the printed tiles for the TV that show power etc just make this set really come to life. The final bag gives you the TV scrolling Mario who attached to the magic when you turn the level he seems to play and jump over the level you have created in bricks. Its a piece of mechanical genius. Or is it magic? I'm very happy with it. I've not seen Lego come to life in this way before. If this holds a special memory for you then I recommend it. The nostalgia and the magic are palpable. My 5 year old is astounded turning the level. My only negative and mistakes do happen is a missing piece, quite a big piece that goes on the top of the TV. Unfortunately I got to the very end and couldn't finish the cosmetic top of the TV.31 August 2020Natasha, LEGO® Customer ServiceGlad to hear you enjoyed building this set! It’s rare for a LEGO® set to be missing pieces, but don't worry, we're here to help. Just go to LEGO.build/BricksPieces-BV to request replacement parts.Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Building Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Nintendo Entertainment System™
- August 20th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Great set for playing and collectionShelmon |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfAmazing set. It’s my childhood memory! Great details and wonderful design. The delivery was faster than I thought. When I got home it was there. I start to build it immediately. Totally enjoy the experience and result. My cat accompanied me and shared the joy. The only two problems are: 1. I got a nes piece with wrong color. It’s dark grey instead of light grey. I have to hide it inside. It makes me uncomfortable. 2. The tv stand should connect tight with tv. I noticed there are 2 spaces on the stand matching the two light grey blocks. But the instruction doesn’t use them. I moved the three light grey blocks below tv, it works better. All in all, I love the set!
Response from LEGO SHOP31 August 2020Natasha, LEGO® Customer ServiceHappy to hear that you (and your cat) enjoyed the build! Sorry about that one part in the wrong color of grey, though. It’s unusual to have the wrong piece, so just in case, we’d recommend double-checking that you haven’t accidentally swapped it with a similar part. If your set does have the wrong part and you'd like a replacement, then we’re here to help. Go to LEGO.build/BricksPieces-BV to request a new piece.Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty2.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 8 hrs 20 minsBuilding Experience: Novice LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Nintendo Entertainment System™
- August 2nd, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Legendary build!Alexco |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfCouldn’t wait for this to come out and it didn’t discount in anyway. One of my most favourite builds!!Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 7 hrsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Nintendo Entertainment System™
- November 22nd, 2020Average rating1out of 5 stars1.0What is this?Purchased for: SelfAs a YouTuber who has over 1 million subscribers, I think this set looks terrible. The TV and the console looks ugly. It’s a waste of time building this and I don’t want you building this. It’s not worth it. Oh, and after you build it, you can’t even play by controlling the console AT ALL!!! You have to pull the lever. It’s ridiculous. We are in 2020, lego. Not the 1990s. Stop making old TV’s and consoles. This ain’t actually nostagic. Don’t buy this. My daughter didn’t like it either. Giving this one 0 stars. Here is my lego set picture below. I’m throwing all the lego pieces in the garbage. Move on, lego.Play Experience1.0Level of Difficulty5.0Value for Money1.0Build Time: 16 days 5 hrs 2 minsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?15Nintendo Entertainment System™
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