Gobba with Muck "Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! I've got one muck!"

This page is about a food or object found in the Mixels Land. It is considered canon in the Mixels franchise and may or may not be a mix of two real life objects.


Cubits are ores that give Mixels the power to Mix, Max, and Murp, and are a central object in the Mixels franchise. They are one of the natural resources in Mixel Land, however their supply is limited. The Nixels' mission is to destroy all of them (thus preventing Mixels from doing said actions).


When Mixels want to mix, one will pull out a cubit. All of the Mixels mixing then put their hands on the cubit, and shout "MIX!" After a humorous scene (cannons shooting, giant fists etc.), the transformation is complete, having one Mixel in control, while the other gives the Mixel in control new abilities.


Cubits are square-shaped solid objects. They are divided into six small triangular shapes that fill the base of it.


The colors of the squares differ depending on which tribes are mixing. For example, a tribe max cubit is all red/gray/yellow/blue/brown/orange/green/tan/purple, with two different shades of the color. If two Mixels of different tribes mix, 3/6 of the cubit would be gray and 3/6 would be purple, if a Cragsters and Wiztastics Mixel were to mix, for example.

However, an exception to this rule are Rainbow Cubits. They come in the six colors of a standard rainbow and allow any two Mixels to mix, regardless of their tribe.

Cubit Mixing Variations




Cubit Types


  • They are shown as an ore in Calling All Mixels which, like any other ore, must be dug up.
  • Major Nixel often sends out Nixels to steal Cubits from the Mixels, but each attempt is disastrous.
  • They have appeared in every episode so far.
  • No cubits are included in LEGO Mixels sets. However, in some stop motion videos on LEGO's YouTube channel, a cubit is made out of a 2x2 plate and four 1x1 flat tiles.
    • It is possible that the only reason why there are cubits in the TV show is because there is no human to do it, while the reason why there are no cubits in the sets is most likely because it would be useless since you mix your LEGO toys with your hands.
  • Cubits can be many different colors.
    • Theoretically speaking, there are 729 different color combinations of cubits.
  • There are two variants of the Electroid Cubit: one being yellow and a purple-ish blue, the second being yellow and a darker shade of yellow.
    • The yellow/blue cubit is the more common variant.
      • It is also the only variant seen in the show
  • There are also two variants of the Cragster cubit: one is gray and dark gray, and the other is gray and black.
    • The grey/black is the more common variant.
      • It is also the only variant seen in the show.
  • They played a central role in Wrong Colors, when Shuff and Volectro didn't have the properly colored cubit to mix, so they had to call in Flurr and Gobba to do it for them.
  • As seen in Fang Gang Log Toss, Mixels don't even have to have a desire to mix to do so. As such, only one slight touch of a cubit is needed to perform the transformation.
    • This was seen again in Murp Romp
  • The Footi/Torts mix cutscene is the only cutscene to change the look of the usual mix caption, as it is in 8-bit.
  • As seen in the Mixed Up Special, Rainbow Cubits can actually mix Mixels that are not a normal part of any usual Cubit.
    • The Mixes seen in "Epic Comedy Adventure" were: Flain and Gobba, Krader and Kraw, and Flurr and Teslo. All of these Mixes are technically not possible as seen before.
  • In the Epic Comedy Adventure, it was shown that if Cubits lose their color, they will shatter into pieces.
    • This may prove that the source of a Cubit is its color.
  • A cubit is also an ancient unit of length based on the length of the forearm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger.
  • The Electroids minigame on the Cartoon Network Mixels Website contains two Cubits from unknown tribes: a white one and a violet one.
  • In Calling All Mixels, they have the added ability to mix objects together to create various tools in the game.

Cubits (Mix / Max / Murp)

Food (Coconapple / Cookironi / Ice Cream / Hamlogna Sandwich (Hamlogna Conveyer Belt) / Zap Zaps / Bar-B-Cubes / Rock Pops / Plowers / Cake / Cupcake / Strawberries / Barbecue / Rocks / Stone Popcorn / Mixmallows / Weenie Burgers / Crater Tots / Rokit Sauce / Oxy-Juice / Pizza / Coffee / Donuts / Soda / Lollipop)

Sports (Digging / Rockball / Mixelball / Slingshot / Snowboarding / Log Toss / Fetch the Cubit / The Soccer Championship of the World / Basketboard / Volleyball / Murpball)

Ceramic Figurines (Piranharex / Porcucobra / Tigerscorp / Teddy Butterfly / Dragocat / Bunnyram / Beel)

Leaders / Gift Boxes / Cubit Outposts (Vac-Hammer / Mt. Brushmore / Astrowhisk) / Cubit Defense Towers (Bonflowers / Lavanuts / Cart Crashers / Snail Mail / Bubble Busters / Shockotrons) / Fire Sprinkler / Rockytop / Roller Slate / Kaboombox / Neon Noodle / Crystals / Ballooñata / Totems / Mucks / Potholes / Pipe Trees / Electric Trees / Popsicle Trees / Sunflower / Cloud Ship/Mega Nixel Mixel Nixer / Mix Festival / Wiztastics Show / Lightbulb Sun / Illnesses / "Oh, schnixel!" / Lava Slide / Ship-Space / Campcube / Gravity Plug / Forest Freeze / Nixelstorm / Ultimate Nixelator / King Nixel's Airship / The Chosen One (Egg-Rock / Maximum Mixel shadow puppet / Mixamajig / Mixamajig Key) / Go-Kart / The Mixels Movie / Mix TV / Cubit Ball / Mixing, So That's How It's Done! / Mixopolis Vehicles (Bus / Royal Coach) / Cell Phone / The Nindja Chronicles / I-Cubit
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