The Mixels Show: Cartoon Creator is an edutainment video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System based on The Mixels Show. It was developed by Novotrade and released by Media Rainbow Entertainment in February 1994.
This game was an attempt to turn video game players into animated series directors. It also enabled them to completely control the direction of the cartoon by also making them into screenplay writers, music composers, cinematographers, and set decorators.
Up to three characters can be featured on screen at once, with Flain, Vulk, Zorch, Flurr, Slumbo, Lunk, Glomp, Glurt, and Torts available for selection. The characters can be set in many different poses and situations, and the cartoons have a myriad of settings and backgrounds for the show to take place. There are also options for musical inserts, sound effects, captions, and editing features using an easy-to-use graphic user interface that resembles a watered-down version of most Windows 3.1 applications.
Saving the cartoon is not possible, however, unless one uses a VCR or other screen capture method. Cartoons that are created on this video game can only last up to five minutes, which is close to the length of the minisodes of the later Mixed Up Special, but as opposed to the typical 28 minutes that was set aside to The Mixels Show itself.