this very statement makes me question that you even know what a Mixal is.
Fact is I don't. I do not own a single Mixel but Mixel figures comes in many different shapes as compared to minifigs. Pictures of the Mixel figures on Google Images looks as if they can only lift them sideways and turn, which would be a waddly-walk.
As of now I can't comment more until the video finishes processing.
I saw your clip and I still disagree with you. Maybe it is my fault that I might not have specified properly so I'll expand on what I mean (that'll be the closest to apologising because I don't see how I have offended you).
If you want them to walk, make them walk like a crab (or don't if you have other ideas) and if you want them to raise their legs parallel to the body, but they can't, then pop the legs out and hang them.
When I said "raise their legs parallel to the body", I never meant that it cannot lift their legs. Repeating myself again, I said "parallel" (not very specific isn't it?). By that, I intended to say "flexion and extension".
The example you shown was a hip abduction, something that the Mixel is capable of.
Most mixels (not all) are only limited to abduction, medial rotation, and lateral rotations (I'm only referring to legs).
Note: This may take some Googling (or Bing-ing if your that type of person) if you don't know what those terms mean.
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