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The 80s are back in a big way. And, if you’re looking to tap into your childhood nostalgia, you can always turn to LEGO. The Danish toymaker has announced a seriously impressive set modeled after the 1980 revision of the Atari 2600. Featuring just under 2,600 individual pieces (2,532 to be exact), this set is made in celebration of Atari’s 50th anniversary. Included is an impressive lifesize recreation of the classic video game console with functioning switches, buttons, and a moveable joystick. Plus, hidden within the console is a gaming room diorama with charming retro details.

Along with the console itself, you’ll find three game cartridges, which can actually slot into the console, based on the classic titles Asteroids, Adventure, and Centipede. Three external dioramas are also included showcasing small moments from those three games.

The LEGO Atari 2600 Set is available starting August 1st for $240.

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