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It’s strange to give a spoiler warning to a Lego set, but this article clearly spoils the secret and surprise elements of the question block. If you want to be fresh, stop reading anymore.
We’ve been wondering since the LEGO Super Mario Question Block Set was announced … what’s happening with the little flap on the front? This one:
Certainly it’s not a coincidence. I want to know what is there and what it is.
Well, the good news. A review of this set revealed that LEGO had been secretly hiding secrets from us all the time. As I thought.. In fact, they lied (omitted) about it to keep it secret. Not listed on the product page at all!!
There is a hidden door in front of the question block that you can slide open to reveal a small bowser. When you press that bowser, The second A secret door (a flap we noticed), behind which is Bowser’s miniature recreation in the Battle of the Dark World:
Also, let’s see how small Bowser is.
If you don’t care more about Lego spoilers, Review from Brickset Covers intricate interior and build quality, how Lego Mario and Lego Luigi figures interact with the set, provides access to “unique music and sound”, and 10 hidden power stars You can find it.
But the most secret Easter egg of all, released on October 1st, is a set priced at £ 159.99 / $ 169.99. There are 2064, Like “Super Mario 64”. It may seem like a coincidence, but the LEGO Saturn V set had exactly 1969 pieces, much like the year humans landed on the moon.
£ 150 isn’t too much to spend on Lego, right? Please verify us in the comments below.
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