New LEGO Princess Peach Super Mario Sets: The LEGO treatment has given to many famous people from pop culture. Fans in small brick form can now buy them.
You’ll find some of the most interactive LEGO sets ever made by the toy company in this list. Mario is on it. To celebrate Mario Day in 2022, Princess Peach has come up with a new set of items for the Mushroom Kingdom’s ruler, which will make the game even more fun.
The Mario LEGO set first show off in March 2020. They were the newest interactive LEGO sets from the famous toy company. The first wave of groups focused on the Mushroom Kingdom’s favourite hero, his adventures, and his long-running feud with Bowser.
A recent expansion focused on Luigi’s ghoulish mishaps in Luigi’s Mansion, which are very well known.
On Mario Day 2022, which marks the 30th anniversary of Mario’s debut on March 10, 1985, Princess Peach add.
For $59.99, Princess Peach LEGO has the Starter Course, the same price as the previous Mario LEGO sets. Lemmy, Bowser’s son, is again trying to get hold of the princess. Peach is joined in the set by the loyal Yellow Toad, who is always there for her.
New LEGO Princess Peach Super Mario Sets
If you buy the Peach’s Castle Expansion set, it will cost you $129.99. There will also be six other sets. Peach’s castle will make out of Lego. Toadette and Bowser’s other son, Ludwig, will be trying to get inside.
The other sets are the Yoshi’s Gift House for $29.99, the Cat Peach Suit and Frozen Tower for $79.99, Big Spike’s Cloudtop Challenge for $69.99, Fuzzy Flippers for $19.99, and the Goomba’s Shoe for $9.99, which are all on sale.
The sets can pre-order on LEGO‘s official website. They set to release on August 1, 2022, but you can order them now.
These new sets show how well this partnership between Nintendo and LEGO has worked, and LEGO hasn’t even begun to make all the sets it can.
Bowser has been the main bad guy in most of the LEGO lines they’ve made so far, with the only exception being the Luigi’s Mansion line.
A line of LEGOs with the Koopa King could come down the road, along with Mario and Luigi’s long-time rivals, Wario and Waluigi. They haven’t made into LEGOs yet.