Just a friendly game.
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Cragsters and Infernites find that mixing makes the game of rockball extra fun.
When the Cragsters play Rockball, Flain decides to join the game despite his brothers complaining and is partnered with Krader. He accidentally sets the rock on fire, inventing the game of Mixelball. Then, the other Infernites join in despite them complaining about it earlier. The flaming rocks they created with their Mixes collide, causing a nuclear explosion. Meanwhile, Volectro is attempting to get a tan but is unable to, so he complains, until the Mixelballs explode, covering him in ashes.
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- Although Flain and Krader made a Murp in the episodes Murp and Snow Half-Pipe, they make a regular Mix in this episode.
- This is the last episode where Seismo speaks independently.
- Volectro breaks the fourth wall at the end of the episode.
- This is the first time the fourth wall is broken, the second being broken by Lunk.
- On the LEGO website for Mixels, there are several screenshots from Rockball used on the Cragsters' sections on the Explore page, but is seen with the Cragsters official artwork instead of the artwork seen in the show itself.
- This is the only episode to have no confirmed airings in the United States.
- For some reason, when Volectro complains that he'll never get a tan, he's smiling.
- While the explosion happens, his chair briefly blinks out and reappears for a few frames.
- When Shuff is on the ground saying "ouch" his eye appears on his lower jaw.
- This also happens when Seismo jumps into his hands.
- When Krader throws the rockball at Seismo and Shuff and it explodes, Krader floats in the air and then appears on the ground in his next shot.
- When Shuff throws the rockball to Seismo, he is still in the ground. In his next shot, he appears above ground with no hole next to him.
- Tom and Jerry - Volectro makes a reference to Tom and Jerry when, after getting burned by the Mixelball explosion, he says "Don't you believe it!", a line often muttered by Tom.
- Sonic the Hedgehog - The way Flain runs when the Rockball is kicked to him is similar to that of the popular video game character.
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