The team up between LEGO and Nintendo’s Super Mario franchise has been nothing but lucrative so far and it looks like both companies have no intention of slowing down when it comes to their collaboration as they recently unveiled a huge LEGO Mario crossover product: the infamous question mark block.
LEGO could have easily just made this product a giant block with nothing else too it and we still would have happily bought it but this block is actually a lot more than it initially seems. The block measures at 18cm in height, width and depth- so it is pretty well sized- and it opens up at the top to reveal three mini versions of classic Super Mario 64 levels: Lethal Lava Trouble, Peach’s Castle, Cool, Cool Mountain (with a little LEGO penguin just waiting to be yeeted) and Bob-omb Battlefield. I love the tiny LEGO takes on characters such as Princess Peach, King Bob-omb and Mario. They aren’t full LEGO figures but they are still instantly recognisable even with their simple designs.
The Question Mark block can be synced with the LEGO Mario and LEGO Luigi figures too, which is a pretty cool feature. If you’re a fan of collecting Mario related merchandise, this is likely to peak your interest. It will cost you a pretty penny though, costing £159.99 or $221.56. That’s one expensive block. Cool, but expensive. Check it out on LEGO’s website at the link here.