New Lego Mario Sets Introduce Yoshi, King Boo, Koopa Troopa, and More

New Lego Mario Sets Introduce Yoshi, King Boo, Koopa Troopa, and More

Eight new expansions to the base set.

Lego announced today that there would be multiple brand new expansions for Lego Super Mario releasing soon. The various new expansions include the introduction of Lego versions of Yoshi, King Boo, Thwomp, and other Mario characters and enemies.

Check out the introductory trailer for the Lego Super Mario expansions just below. All in all, there are eight brand new expansions to the core Lego Super Mario set.

As you can see in the reveal trailer above, some of the better-known Mario characters will be arriving in Lego form at some point later this year. Yoshi certainly looks adorable in Lego form, as does the Koopa Troopa, King Boo, the big Thwomp and even Bowser Jr., if I'm being totally honest.

You can find a complete list of all the Lego Super Mario expansion sets, as well as their retail price, just below:

  • Desert Pokey ($19.99)
  • Whomp's Lava Trouble ($19.99)
  • Boomer Bill Barrage ($29.99)
  • Mario's House & Yoshi ($29.99)
  • Thwomp Drop ($39.99)
  • Guarded Fortress ($49.99)
  • King Boo and the Haunted Yard ($49.99)
  • Toad's Treasure Hunt Expansion Set ($69.99)

If you're unfamiliar with Lego Super Mario, it's basically Super Mario Maker but in real life. You construct your own course for Mario to make his way around, putting in various enemies and obstacles wherever you please.

Right now it's not clear if these expansion sets will release alongside the basic Lego Super Mario Starter Set. This set will launch worldwide on August 1, and includes Mario, Bowser Jr., a Goomba, and a brief Lego course that you construct for Mario to traverse.

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