A randomly encountered monster in Namco's 1992 Nintendo Gameboy Great Greed roleplaying video game. Like many of the creatures in Great Greed, Mixmash is actually animated, and malicious, food--a mound of gravy-topped, mashed potatoes to be specific. This soggy fiend has somehow acquired knowledge in the arcane arts and can cast spells with its magic scepter (not to mention delivering painful bashes with the business end of said implement). The monsters Mixmash (#61) and Meakmush (#106) share the exact same game sprite, but are found in seperate locations and have significantly different attributes.
Newsprint, tissue paper, white glue, sand, nail polish, and acrylic paint.
5.2 cm/2.0 in. x 4.3 cm/1.7 in. (widest point x highest point)
Around half a day; the afternoon/evening of June 12, 2008.
For comparison purposes, below is the in-game monster book entry for Mixmash.
- Great Greed Game Boy video game and instruction manual.
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