|Mix Your Neighbor|
|Release Date(s)||February 23, 2016|
|Current Version||Series 9|
The game is no longer accessible as the LEGO Mixels website was overhauled and the Games section was removed.
Mix Your Neighbor was a typical "Match 3" game.
Each series had nine levels. There were three different goals for three levels each: reach the target score within available moves (marked by a trophy), match two designated Mixels to create mixes (marked by a mix token), and reach the target score within the available time (marked by time pie chart). Each token was worth fifty points, while each mix combination is worth 750. The player could earn up to three stars from each level. In the Series 8 update, there was a new goal added for Splasho, Skulzy and Tuth, which was to drop down a certain number of Nixels.
The player must match three or more Mixels from the same tribe. If two Mixels were shown in the mix column, matching them will earn the player bonus points. If they match three or more separate Mixels from the same tribe, the MAX tile will appear. Matching them with the same colored Mixels will remove the column and row where the max tile was located. The level was complete if the player successfully reaches the target and had earned at least one star.
Throughout the game, Nixels would appear on the board and would block any moves near their tile, but could be removed by dropping them down the grid.
Clicking anywhere outside of the game window would pause the game, until the player clicks back onto the game.
- This game was the sequel to Mixels Mania and Who's In The Mix.
- If you idly stay on the main menu, a cricket sound effect will be played.
- Every Series 6, 7, 8, and 9 Mixel except for the Weldos have appeared in this game. However, unused assets for the Weldos could be found in the game's files. This makes it the first online game where Mixels from the year before the year the game came out in make an appearance.
- A notice about the game appeared on the website with its release, temporarily replacing the Breaking News.
- The spelling of "neighbour" in the title was originally the British English spelling, rather than the American English spelling of "neighbor". This was eventually changed in Series 9, including on the UK-based site.
- The Nixels used archived audio of Fred Tatasciore's recording, rather than their new voice actor from Mixel Moon Madness onward.
- Main article: Mix Your Neighbor/Gallery
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