Mario's House & Yoshi is LEGO set 71367-1. It has a score of 75. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 5 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 5.13% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2020, and it is categorised in Super Mario.
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I remember back in the late 80's early 90's has playing with legos and admiring my creations without a care in the world. Now I have a son and started buying duplo legos for him. When I found out about LEGO Super Mario I was excited both as a fan and for my son who is a big Mario World fan. I must say I forgot how relaxing it was to build the set and was great having the digital 3D instructions on a tablet. The amount of interaction and fun my son has been having exceeded my expectations. What makes this expansion great is both Yoshi and that...it's Mario's house! Also give a chance for Mario to rest on the hammock... well not for long before my son and I get to bond on creating a course for Mario to complete. Only thing missing is a Luigi figure like Mario.
Those looking for tricky challenges to expand their levels will not find it here, but they will find something that other LEGO Super Mario sets do not achieve to this extent – an attractive set that is the perfect place to display the Mario figure, either outside of his house or asleep in his hammock. The excellent design of this charming set makes 71367 Mario's House & Yoshi one of the more desirable sets in this interactive theme.
This is also the only way to get the fan favorite Yoshi character. At 29,99 USD EUR – $AU49.99/$NZ59.99, and only 205 pieces, I think there are some features of this set that will make it desirable to diehard fans, but I am not convinced that it adds lots to the game play.
As one of the ranges mid-priced sets, it offers a slightly more substantial build compared to the Starter Course. It doesn't offer much in terms of gameplay, although it does have one of only Super Star Blocks and of course is the only set to include Yoshi. The set is a little less modular than others, due to only having a couple of buildable elements but that makes it much easier to integrate into a larger course. It would have been nice if Yoshi offered up more than a friendly hello from Mario and some coins, I'd have taken a simple Yoshi gulp SFX. Still, it's a fun little set and I love that even the lesser known Mario games can act as inspiration for the LEGO Super Mario sets.