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LEGO Super Mario Summer 2021 Sets Officially Announced

LEGO has officially announced the summer 2021 wave of LEGO Super Mario sets. There are four expansion sets along with a couple of Power-Up Packs and Series 3 of the Character Packs. The sets will be be available starting on August 1.

The LEGO Group brings 2-player action to the LEGO® Super Mario™ universe with LEGO® Mario™ and LEGO® Luigi™

Let’s-a go! The LEGO® Adventures with Luigi Starter Course, available for pre-order, enables new 2-player interactive play, while brand new Expansion Sets including Bowser’s Airship lets fans level up for even more exciting adventures

Billund, June 22nd, 2021: Today, the LEGO Group has announced a new unique social play experience that for the first time enables children and fans to connect LEGO® Mario™ and LEGO® Luigi™ figures for brand new 2-player adventures in the LEGO Super Mario universe. Perfect for family activities, this exciting feature will encourage even more social play, with two players able to enjoy the universe of LEGO Super Mario at the same time for new brick-built adventures.

Once connected via Bluetooth, 2-player adventures with LEGO Mario and LEGO Luigi (or any combination of the two figures) are made possible. Now, children and fans can play as a team, collect extra digital coins by doing in-sync actions like walking, flipping and jumping, or work together to defeat enemies, complete challenges, share rewards or even by changing up the play and competing against each other.

“For us it’s all about encouraging continuous creative rebuilding and extended playtime. With today’s announcement, we’re not only bringing


LEGO Super Mario Bowser’s Airship (71391) Revealed

Amazon Australia has revealed a new LEGO Super Mario set with Bowser’s Airship (71391). The set features a fairly decent sized ship that is able to extend at the stern and bow. The set is able to connect with the Adventures with Mario Starter Course (71360) and the new Adventures with Luigi Starter Course (71387). I assume it’ll be available in August as well.


LEGO Super Mario Series 3 Character Pack (71394) Revealed

LEGO has announced the LEGO Super Mario Series 3 Character Pack (71394) on social media. The wave consists of 10 characters, each with their own little terrain. They will most likely be priced at $4.99 each.

• Scuttlebug
• Swoop
• Parachute Bob-omb
• Amp
• Torpedo Ted
• Crowber
• Galoomba
• Bony Beetle
• 1-Up Mushroom
• Boo


LEGO Summer 2021 Sets Pricing and Release Dates

A majority of the summer 2021 sets now have product listings on the LEGO Shop and we can finally see the pricing and release dates for them in case you need to set your budget. Note that here in the US, we have a staggered release with some sets coming out in June while the rest release in August.

BrickHeadz – June 2021

Daisy Duck (40476) – $9.99
Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey & Louie (40477) – $24.99
Dalmation (40479) – $14.99
Harry, Hermione, Ron & Hagrid (40495) – $24.99
Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496) – $24.99

City – August 2021

Wildlife Rescue ATV (60300) – $9.99
Wildlife Rescue Off-Roader (60301) – $49.99
Wildlife Rescue Operation (60302) – $89.99
Wildlife Rescue Camp (60307) – $99.99
Seaside Police and Fire Mission (60308) – $49.99

Classic – August 2021

Around the World (11015) – $49.99

Creator – August 2021

Space Shuttle Adventure (31117) – $39.99
Ferris Wheel (31119) – $79.99
Medieval Castle (31120) – $99.99
Crocodile (31121) – $29.99
Fish Tank (31122) – $29.99

Disney – August 2021

Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane (10772) – $9.99
Minnie Mouse’s Ice Cream Shop (10773) – $19.99
Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse’s Space Rocket (10774) – $19.99
Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck’s Farm (10775) – $29.99
Mickey & Friends Fire Truck & Station (10776) – $39.99
Minnie’s House and Café (10942) – $49.99
Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Wonderland (43194) – $39.99
Belle and the Beast’s Castle (43196) – $79.99

DOTS – August 2021

Extra DOTS Series 5 (41932) – $3.99
Lots of DOTS Continue

LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Luigi Starter Course (71387) Officially Announced – Pre-Order Today

LEGO has officially revealed the new LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Luigi Starter Course (71387) and you can pre-order it starting today on the LEGO Shop. The set has 280 pieces and it retails for $59.99. It will be available starting on August 1. You can even earn double VIP points on it as well.

Introduce children to the interactive LEGO® Super Mario™ universe with this Adventures with Luigi Starter Course (71387). An awesome gift toy for trend-setting kids, it features a LEGO® Luigi™ figure that gives instant expressive responses via an LCD screen and speaker. Players earn digital coins for helping LEGO Luigi complete spinning seesaw and flying challenges, interactions with Pink Yoshi and defeating Boom Boom and a Bone Goomba. The nougat-brown-colored bricks in this Tower biome also trigger different reactions from LEGO Luigi, and the ? Block offers extra rewards.

Creative fun
Find building instructions in the free LEGO Super Mario app, which also includes inspiration for ways to rebuild levels and more.

Unlimited possibilities
Collectible LEGO Super Mario toy playsets offer a new way to play, in the real world, with iconic Super Mario characters. The Starter Courses and Expansion Sets, plus Power-Up Packs, combine in limitless ways to allow fans to build their own levels.

• Introduce Super Mario™ fans to the real-world


LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Luigi (71387) Revealed

A few days ago, I reported that we could be seeing Luigi come to the LEGO Super Mario theme and it looks like Amazon China has confirmed it. They have uploaded a new product listing for Adventures with Luigi (71387) that you will be able to expand your current sets with. Like with Mario, Luigi will have his own figure to connect your sets to.


Is Luigi Coming to LEGO Super Mario?

The LEGO Super Mario was released last year and according to LEGO, it was one of the company’s most successful theme launches. The most notable thing that was missing from the theme was his brother, Luigi. I’ve been forward a few times of a tweet showing a video that could suggest Luigi might be coming to the theme in the future.

According to the video by Jay Phoenix (shown below), he turned on his Mario figure after a new update and you can hear Mario looking for Luigi. Of course, I tried it with my figure and it didn’t do it. In fact, the firmware update actually bugged out my Mario and the screens are all scrambled. Jay Phoenix mentioned that he put Mario on his back and propped him up after a few minutes.

Have you downloaded the latest update and did your Mario look for Luigi as well or did it function normally?

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