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The largest brick is a blue 6×6×2/3 node that represents water. On top of it goes four brown 1×2 bricks, representing earth, and on top of those goes a green 4×4×2/3 node that represents grass. This islet is intended to carry the Super Mushroom. Next to the islet is a transparent stick supporting a Question Mark Block.
Mushrooms, also known as Sub-space Mushrooms or Subspace Mushrooms, add an additional mark or heart to the life meter, up to four. Additionally, the Mushrooms also turn Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Toad back into their Super forms if they are in their Small forms in the same manner as a Super Mushroom or a small heart, and the health meter is refilled upon collection. In the original Super Mario Bros games, the mushrooms were found in special zones called "Subspace." In later games it was made easier to get mushrooms. In the modern game, mushrooms are frequently found in Question Blocks, and can be obtained when a character jumps and hits the box from below or ground pounds it from above. If the character is in their Super form already, it gives them extra points.
- This set cannot be played without first purchasing 71360 Adventures with Mario.
- This set was given away for free with qualifying purchases of Super Mario sets on the LEGO Shop and at the LEGO Store. However, it was also sold independently at Target.
- When Mario from the starter pack is placed on top of the mushroom's sensor, it will turn him into Super mode in-game. If Mario is placed on top of the Question Block's sensor, it will give him one of six power ups in-game.
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