Lego Super Mario range expanded with Luigi’s Mansion sets

Published on: 3rd November 2021

Due to hit shelves on 1st January 2022, Lego Super Mario: Luigi’s Mansion is coming to retail in the form of three new sets.

The Lego Group has announced the latest addition to its popular Lego Super Mario universe, with three new expansion sets based on the iconic Nintendo series, Luigi’s Mansion. Fun new features have been designed to inspire creative play, featuring King Boo, Polterpup, Bogmire, Toad, Boo and many more characters from the series. Kids can use a Lego Luigi (or Lego Mario) interactive figure from one of the Starter Courses to bring  the sets to life, with new immersive sounds and music which will enhance the fun and interactivity.

The Lego Super Mario Luigi’s Mansion Lab and Poltergust Expansion Set lets kids suit up with the Poltergust and attach a normal nozzle or the Strobulb accessory. Pressing the button activates the Poltergust, which can be used to catch the Gold Ghost and collect a coin reward. Kids can also have a chat with Professor E. Gadd and check out the potions.

By exploring the Lego Super Mario Luigi’s Mansion Entryway Expansion Set, kids can manoeuvre their way into the frightful mansion, where they’ll need to find a creative plan 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 and hidden gems to uncover. Builders can also connect all three new sets or build out their Lego Luigi’s Mansion levels with other Lego Super Mario sets and characters to take the 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, role-play new storylines and complete challenges to collect as many coins as possible.


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