Discover new frightfully fun adventures with LEGO® Super Mario™ Luigi’s Mansion™ Sets
New LEGO Super Mario theme to hit shelves 1 January 2022 for some ghost-catching fun… Luigi’s Mansion is coming to fans in the form of three new sets: Luigi’s Mansion™ Lab and Poltergust Expansion Set, Luigi’s Mansion™ Entryway Expansion Set, and Luigi’s Mansion™ Haunt-and-Seek Expansion Set.
Billund, October 31, 2021: LEGO® Super Mario™ fans, rejoice! The LEGO Group has just announced its latest edition to the popular LEGO Super Mario universe; this time treating fans to three new Expansion Sets all wrapped in the iconic Nintendo series, Luigi’s Mansion™. Fans will be introduced to fun new features designed to inspire creative play, featuring fan favorites King Boo, Polterpup, Bogmire, Toad, Boo and many more charming characters from the Luigi’s Mansion series.
Use a LEGO® Luigi™ (or LEGO® Mario™) interactive figure from one of the Starter Courses to bring to life these new challenges that await, and brace for ghostly adventures that feature new immersive sounds and music, which is sure to add extra fun and interactivity. In the LEGO Super Mario Luigi’s Mansion Lab and Poltergust Expansion Set suit up with the Poltergust and attach a normal nozzle or the Strobulb accessory. Press the button to activate the Poltergust to catch the Gold Ghost and collect a coin reward from the machine in the lab. Don’t forget to have a chat with Professor E. Gadd and check out the potions, but be careful not to be poisoned or you will need the antidote!
Explore LEGO Super Mario Luigi’s Mansion Entryway Expansion Set and maneuver your way into the frightful mansion, where you’ll need to find a creative way to defeat Bogmire. Search for the Golden Bone to give to Polterpup, and watch out for Boo!
Within the LEGO Super Mario Luigi’s Mansion Haunt-and-Seek Expansion Set, players can create a gem-hunting, ghost-battling level with rotating hallways to explore. Uncover hidden gems throughout the set. And for the ultimate chilling experience, builders can connect all three new sets or build out their LEGO Luigi’s Mansion levels with other fun LEGO Super Mario sets and characters that will spark imagination and take their play experience to the next level.
All new sets come with their own series of unique challenges, giving fans a chance to dive into the world of LEGO Super Mario with a Luigi’s Mansion twist and role play new storylines and challenges to collect as many coins as possible!
These three new products will launch January 1, 2022 on www.LEGO.com and at select leading retailers around the world.
Full Product Listing and Pricing
71360 LEGO® Super Mario™ Adventures with Mario™ Starter Course (59,99 USD/EUR)
71387 -LEGO® Super Mario™ Adventures with Luigi™ Starter Course (59,99 USD/EUR)
71397 LEGO® Super Mario™ Luigi’s Mansion™ Lab and Poltergust Expansion Set (24,99 EUR/29,95 USD)
71399 LEGO® Super Mario™ Luigi’s Mansion™ Entryway Expansion Set (39,99 USD/EUR)
71401 LEGO® Super Mario™ Luigi’s Mansion™ Haunt-and-Seek Expansion Set (79,99 USD/EUR)
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About LEGO® Super Mario™
LEGO® Super Mario™ is the collaborative product line between the LEGO Group and the popular Nintendo® character, Super Mario™. LEGO Mario and LEGO Luigi figures with LCD displays in their eyes, mouth, and chest, show a variety of expressions and reactions by reading movements, colors and action blocks (figures are included in the Starter Courses). Fans can freely combine LEGO bricks to create a course, and challenge themselves to collect virtual coins while LEGO Mario and LEGO Luigi move along the course from the Start Pipe to the Goal Pole, jump on clouds, and battle with enemy characters such as a Goomba and Bowser Jr.
About the LEGO Group
The LEGO Group’s mission is to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow through the power of play. The LEGO® System in Play, with its foundation in LEGO bricks, allows children and fans to build and rebuild anything they can imagine.
The LEGO Group was founded in Billund, Denmark in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, its name derived from the two Danish words LEg GOdt, which mean “Play Well”. Today, the LEGO Group remains a family-owned company headquartered in Billund. However, its products are now sold in more than 130 countries worldwide. For more information: www.LEGO.com .