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Here's What Super Mario 64 Looks Like in Legos

Posted on Thursday, August 14 @ 10:30:00 Eastern by
Apparently, the wet dream of Nintendo and Lego joining forces is mutual.

Dorkly's Matt De Lanoy, otherwise known as Pepa Quin on his Flickr account, has reimagined the iconic first level in Super Mario 64, Bob-omb Battlefield, in the form of Legos. The gallery below has a few shots, but the Flickr account has many more.

He asks whether "Nintendo should consider this idea for an HD remake." Well, why the hell not? Also, now that we have a concept, Matt, why not Lego-ify all of Hyrule too!

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