The Universes Beyond range has previously introduced the likes of Stranger Things, The Walking Dead and Fortnite into Magic: The Gathering.
“It’s been a wonderful and challenging task to bring Optimus Prime to life using LEGO bricks, especially making sure that he can shift modes without disassembly,” said Senior Designer at LEGO, Joseph Patrick Kyde.
Toy giant has also renewed its Star Wars partnership with Lucasfilm.
The range has been designed by Leo Colacicco with shoe details featuring each game’s colours.
The range includes Nerf-inspired iterations of Reebok’s Pump Omni Zone II, Kamikaze II and Kamikaze II Low.
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The 40-piece collection boasts Nerf’s core colour palette of orange and blue – with pops of purple, neon green and yellow.
Guests will walk around the famed rooms of the game, interrogate suspects like Professor Plum and Miss Scarlet, and aim to be the first in their group to solve the mystery.
“When you step into the world we’re creating, we promise a dynamic, lively interactive experience and a great night out,” said Julia Posen, Head of Development at Gamepath.
“Reebok is thrilled to partner with Hasbro’s Candy Land and the BGCA to provide inspiration and access to physical activity for children in this community,” said Reebok’s Kathleen Tullie.