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List of sets
- 41500 Flain
- 41501 Vulk
- 41502 Zorch
- 41503 Krader
- 41504 Seismo
- 41505 Shuff
- 41506 Teslo
- 41507 Zaptor
- 41508 Volectro
- 41509 Slumbo
- 41510 Lunk
- 41511 Flurr
- 41512 Chomly
- 41513 Gobba
- 41514 Jawg
- 41515 Kraw
- 41516 Tentro
- 41517 Balk
- 41518 Glomp
- 41519 Glurt
- 41520 Torts
- 41521 Footi
- 41522 Scorpi
- 41523 Hoogi
- 41524 Mesmo
- 41525 Magnifo
- 41526 Wizwuz
- 41527 Rokit
- 41528 Niksput
- 41529 Nurp-Naut
- 41530 Meltus
- 41531 Flamzer
- 41532 Burnard
- 41533 Globert
- 41534 Vampos
- 41535 Boogly
- The Mixels have micro-sized ball-joints that are compatible with the old Technic towball piece. These were also seen on the Legends of Chima Legend Beasts.
- Three sets in each series include a Nixel (one from each tribe).
- One of the main selling points for the theme is to collect three of a tribe to make Max Mixels out of LEGO, and also to make your own mixes.
- Mixels packaging has a small transparent window to let the buyer take a sneak peek at the pieces included in the set.
- Their packaging is also similar to the packaging to some of the much smaller LEGO Friends sets (animal collectible packs).
- Their packaging also shows what the Mixels look like in their cartoon form in the top right corner. As the packaging shows the cartoon version, behind them is a burst of what element they are. (Ex: A Glorp Corp member would have gooey/boogery stuff behind it)
- The packaging also shows a Mixel doing some pose in front of the Mixels Land.
- Each set sells for $4.99 in the USA, making the Mixels theme one of the cheapest on sale in LEGO's portfolio of lines, and one of the best in terms of price-per-piece ratios.
- However, in most stores, the prices vary.
- This is the one of the only LEGO themes to have sets without minifigures.
- However, the theme still uses elements from the minifigures, as some Mixels have eyes that are made with specially painted minifigure heads and use headgear as eyelids.
- All of the sets include rare pieces in rare colors.
- In 2014, Mixels won in the Pocket Money category at the London Toy Fair Best New Toy Awards.
- The theme is set to continue into 2015 and beyond, with future releases of new series.
- The first time LEGO Mixels was advertised on a different website was on a popular kids game called Poptropica. They included three types of costumes based off of the three main Mixels. You could dress up as Flain, Krader, and Volectro.
- Each set includes an in-booklet code to unlock a new power for the set's respective character and gain a small amount of Cubits in the Calling All Mixels app game.
- The first three waves had polybags with rings around the Mixel's image.
- Apparently, the bags are going to change at the release of Series 4, with new-style artwork and bags with striped light-style patterns.
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