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The LEGO Group and Nintendo have revealed four LEGO Super Mario Power-Up Packs which will unlock new ways for you to play and customise your levels.

The moustachioed icon’s LEGO wardrobe now contains the Fire Mario suit, the Propeller Mario suit, the Cat Mario suit and the Builder Mario suit.

These LEGO Super Mario Power-Up Packs are priced at $9.99 and will release on 1st August 2020, and require the LEGO Mario figure included in the Adventures with Mario Starter Course.

Fire Mario Power-Up Pack Photo

Fire Mario Power-Up Pack  (71370)

When LEGO Mario is powered up with this suit, he can gain Fire Attack power – a new way to attack enemies and collect extra coins.

Propeller Mario Power-Up Pack Photo

Propeller Mario Power-Up Pack  (71371)

Propeller sounds are triggered when players dress LEGO Mario in this suit and make him ‘fly’ to try and win coins. The propeller suit allows LEGO Mario to take to the skies, making new sounds as he soars through the air and collects coins. Take LEGO Mario on an action-packed flight and turn your living room into a giant LEGO Super Mario level!

Cat Mario Power-Up Pack Photo

Cat Mario Power-Up Pack (71372)

This suit gives LEGO Mario cat-like skills. Dress him in the special pants and cap and he’ll start to meow and purr. Wearing this suit gives Cat Mario the special power to walk up vertical obstacles and collect coins. It’s the purr-fect way to have even more fun with the LEGO Super Mario levels.

Builder Mario Power-Up Pack Photo

Builder Mario Power-Up Pack (71373)

When LEGO Mario is wearing this suit, players can earn digital coins by making him stomp hard on LEGO bricks in the course they have created. The more he stomps, the more coins you win! It’s a brick-bashingly brilliant way to have even more fun with the LEGO Super Mario levels.

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Alex Seedhouse

Alex Seedhouse

After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.