Lego and Nintendo are collaborating for a new interactive <em>Super Mario Bros.<\/em> toy set. The product was announced on social media along with a short YouTube trailer showcasing the new product.\r\n\r\nThe set will include a Mario figure with a digital display on his chest. Other items include enemies, a warp pipe, flag pole, and more.\r\n\r\nIt's not yet known how many sets Lego will release with the <em>Super Mario Bros.<\/em> theme.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/youtu.be\/Fq3hw4imZ3g[\/embed]\r\n\r\nThe trailer for the set only contains children interacting with the toys but is an all-ages toy that all <em>Super Mario Bros.<\/em> fans can enjoy. The Mario figure has some special features, such as making noise and showing various graphics, such as a coin. Mario's face also has a screen, showcasing different emotions. \r\n\r\nIt's not yet know how many pieces will come with the <em>Super Mario Bros.<\/em> sets. Many of the promotional images show kids creating various platform levels that have a Piranha Plant, Bowser Jr., and Goombas. The enemies don't have any electronic parts like the Mario figure but appear to move when Mario jumps on various buttons.\r\n\r\nThe Lego x <em>Super Mario<\/em> collaboration is one of the first interactive physical toy sets featuring the <em>Super Mario Bros.<\/em> series with Lego. Nintendo has previously released games that let players create unique levels.\r\n\r\nAlthough it's only available as a video game, the <em>Super Mario Maker<\/em> series lets players create custom levels and play levels created by others. The most recently released game in the series is <em>Super Mario Maker 2<\/em> for the Nintendo Switch. \r\n\r\n"Now you can play, create, and share the side-scrolling Super Mario courses of your dreams in the <em>Super Mario Maker 2<\/em> game, available exclusively on the Nintendo Switch system! Dive into the single-player Story Mode and play built-in courses to rebuild Princess Peach's castle. Make your own courses, alone or together." states the game's official summary.\r\n\r\n<em>Super Mario Maker 2<\/em> is also available to play online with a Switch Online membership. It's unknown if the game will have any online features or only be available to play with in person, similar to other Lego toys. \r\n\r\nThe Lego and <em>Super Mario Bros.<\/em> collaboration set will be released in 2020. The exact release date is not yet known.