Something odd is happening in Hawkins, Indiana - but this time in LEGO brick form, as the LEGO Group unveils its brand new set, LEGO Stranger Things: The Upside Down. There's also a stack of show-inspired minifigs that come with the set, including Eleven, Mike, Lucas, Dustin, Will, Joyce, Chief Hopper, and the ever-menacing Demogorgon from down below. The living room includes the iconic alphabet Christmas light display - which actually lights up - along with other elements, like a bear trap to catch the Demogorgon.
Those ambitions seem to extend beyond a single game set in the Stranger Things universe, though.
Now partnering with Netflix's most popular series, the recently revealed Stranger Things set, titled "The Upside Down", is hard to wrap your mind around. The design of the model's building instructions makes it a great shared building experience with friends and family.
The Upside Down version of the house mirrors the same rooms but with a dilapidated, vine-covered look.
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The entire set can be flipped up either way to have your desired dimension featured at the top, and both of the houses feature versions of Will's bedroom, as well as living and dining rooms from the house.
Available directly at the Lego Shop on June 1 (May 15 for Lego VIP members), the Byers' house will cost $200 and is made up of over 2,000 pieces. You can even build a replica of Chief Hopper's police cruiser.
In Will's bedroom, the model includes details like his boom box, bed, desk, desk lamp, drawings and movie posters. "Measures over 12" (32cm) tall, 17" (44cm) wide and 8" (21cm) deep.