Super Mario 64's Iconic First Stage In LEGO Form

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Here's Bob-omb Battlefield, the first course in Super Mario 64 with its mountains, low poly objects and its constant war, rebuilt with LEGO blocks. Veteran builder Pepa Quin even included secret locations and a really funny-looking Mario in his diorama.

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And this makes me wonder how awesome official LEGO Nintendo sets would be...

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Bob-omb Battlefield by Matt De Lanoy aka Pepa Quin [Flickr, via Dorkly]

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ArmosKnight

I've always thought how awesome Nintendo Lego sets would be. Zelda dungeons, Space Pirate labs, the Arwing, Onett, Bowser's Castle etc.

And this is awesome! It's reminded me now that I'm singing the level's tune in my head that the chord progression seems like it's a remix of the Slide music, or vice versa.