We can’t be more excited to share about the LEGO Super Mario Challenge happening right here in Singapore. Now let’s check out the press release in full glory…
Following the highly anticipated launch of the LEGO® Super Mario™ Adventures with Luigi Starter Course, the LEGO Group is introducing the LEGO® Super Mario™ Championship in Singapore, a digital competition with the LEGO® Super Mario™ playsets that bring the iconic Super Mario characters into the real world.
Taking place from September 17th 2021 to October 17th 2021, participants can enter the contest through the following steps:
Build a LEGO® Super Mario™ level. Builders will have to be aged between 5 and 13 years.
Submit a video (of maximum 30 seconds in duration) of participants playing the level with LEGO® Mario™ and/or LEGO® Luigi™. The video must include an overview of the level, while capturing the fun and excitement showcased by the participants during play. Participants can submit their videos at www.lsmchampionship.com/SG
Submit an image of the total coins earned.
All submissions will be reviewed by a panel of judges, which include Singapore LEGO® Certified Professional Nicholas Foo, who is recognised as one of the leading LEGO artists in the world, along with LEGO Designers Benjamin Ma and Amy Bennett, and Stine Bagge, Brand Manager SEA, The LEGO® Group.
LEGO have officially announced the next set in the Modular Building line with the Police Station 10278. Releasing on January 1, the set has 2923 pieces and designed by Chris McVeigh. The LEGO Police Station will retail at S$279.90 at LEGO Certified Stores
International pricing: USD$199.99 / AUD$299.99 / 179.99 EU
Perhaps the worst kept secret is finally out of the bag as we can grab one of the longest (if not largest) set released in 2020 here – LEGO 75978 Diagon Alley with 5544pcs and will retail exclusively at LEGO Certified Stores from September 2020 at S$599.90
Diagon Alley is one of the most iconic locations in the Wizarding World. It’s where Harry Potter gets his first glimpse of the exciting new world he is about to join, as he’s guided through the magical shopping street by Hagrid. And now LEGO and Harry Potter fans alike can build and create the iconic street in their own homes.
The set brings the two worlds together in a magical hybrid: a rich and versatile display model, with a modularity aspect that allows fans to choose how to display the shops (all in a row, swapping them around, or even placing individual shops on different shelves!).
Measuring more than a metre wide and made up of over 5,000 pieces, LEGO Diagon Alley features the famed wizarding world shops packed with authentic details from the films to truly capture the ambience of the street.
Includes 14 minifigures: Harry, Ron, Hermione, Draco, Ginny, Molly Weasley, Ollivander, Fred and George, Gilderoy Lockhart, Lucius Malfoy, Hagrid, Florean Fortescue, the Daily Prophet photographer
LEGO gave us a lovely National Day present with this retro set releasing from August 01st – Nintendo Entertainment System, 2646 pieces
US $199.99, CA $299.99, DE €229.99, UK £209.99, SG $329.90
Available from the 1st of August exclusively from LEGO Certified Stores.
Recreate the Nintendo Entertainment System in LEGO style!
Do you love video games? Did you play Super Mario Bros. back in the day? Or do you just enjoy a hands-on, creative activity in your spare time? If so, this nostalgic LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System 71374 model kit is perfect for you.
Authentic and interactive
The brick-built NES is packed with realistic details, including an opening slot for the Game Pak with a locking function and a controller with a connecting cable and plug. The console comes with a buildable retro TV, featuring a flat 8-bit Mario figure on the scrolling screen, plus an action brick to scan with LEGO Mario (figure not included; find in the LEGO Super Mario Starter Course set – 71360 so he reacts to the on-screen enemies, obstacles and power-ups just like in the Super Mario Bros. game.
And finally we are slowly but surely ditching the gloom of the circuit breaker store closure we we finally welcome back the store’s calendar and a physical visit for a breath of freshly placed LEGO sets on the shelves.
Get this 12-in-1 4041+ Summer Fun set with $130 spend on any LEGO sets from 1st July onwards.
2. July NEW Arrivals
Disney fans will love this rendition of the 43179 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse buildable set available from 1st July onwards at S$279.90
Trains collector will definitely fall in love with the LEGO 10277 Creator Expert Crocodile Locomotive set (S$179.90) also available from 1st July!
And if you spent at least $80 by 12th July, you can also enjoy the Purchase-with-Purchase offer on the LEGO DC Batman 1989 Batmobile set at just $270 (save 29%). While stocks last!