It's such a perfect concept that I find it hard to believe it really exists and will soon be for sale: a LEGO game [19459003StrangerThings where The Upside Down is treated as literally as in the successful Netflix program
] There, it is a dark, evil and bizarre world that is literally just below the surface of reality, perhaps at the roots of a tree or on the other side of that wall. Here, it is a Lego game that can literally be turned upside down to expose the evil version of the iconic Byers house where many key moments were developed in the first season of the program.
The set of $ 200, 2,287 pieces is called & # 39; The Upside Down & # 39; ", Naturally, and like most Lego sets, it is not a 1: 1 recreation of the environments from The show, even at the minifig scale; like the Lego in the house of The Simpsons or the famous Hogwarts Castle of Harry Potter, but even more, you will only find a few very rooms reduced inside to help you represent some iconic moments.
However, some of the details are quite glorious, like this delightfully retro commercial:
I've never seen a Lego game like this before. It will be on sale on June 1, although Lego VIP members can buy it from tomorrow.