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Random: Someone Made A LEGO NES With Side-Scrolling Mario Long Before Nintendo Did

And it’s eerily similar.

At the start of this month, Nintendo and LEGO released two exciting collaboration projects – the LEGO Super Mario range, and the LEGO NES. The latter features a replica of Nintendo’s classic system, a 1:1 scale version of the controller, and even a retro TV which uses a crank to display a side-scrolling LEGO version of Super Mario Bros..

The whole side-scrolling video game part is a pretty neat idea, but it turns out that someone had already come up with this concept last year. Back in February 2019, Brandon Jones shared the following clip to YouTube, showing off a design that’s eerily similar to the real product from Nintendo and LEGO. It features a LEGO NES, a controller, and a side-scrolling version of a Mario game – just like the real thing.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

And it’s eerily similar.

At the start of this month, Nintendo and LEGO released two exciting collaboration projects – the LEGO Super Mario range, and the LEGO NES. The latter features a replica of Nintendo’s classic system, a 1:1 scale version of the controller, and even a retro TV which uses a crank to display a side-scrolling LEGO version of Super Mario Bros..

The whole side-scrolling video game part is a pretty neat idea, but it turns out that someone had already come up with this concept last year. Back in February 2019, Brandon Jones shared the following clip to YouTube, showing off a design that’s eerily similar to the real product from Nintendo and LEGO. It features a LEGO NES, a controller, and a side-scrolling version of a Mario game – just like the real thing.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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