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I am looking for a cartoon, old one, with virtual reality?

The "incoming game" motif - especially the description as purplish blocks - reminds me a great deal of ReBoot (1994) (link on IMDb). I'm pretty sure Enzo had a flying board like you ...
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Help identify a 90's sci-fi cartoon - main character with a name from greek mythology(?)

Could it be Ulysses 31? Its original release was 26 half hour episodes shown from October 10, 1981 to April 3, 1982, but indeed, Wikipedia lists broadcasts in the UK from 1985 to 2009. It was a French-...
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Cartoon movie where humans go to a new world and are treated like gods, play in a soccer-like game

This sounds like The Road to El Dorado to me. The soccer match is exactly as you describe with the perpendicular hoops, and I believe there is an armadillo like creature that rolls up into a ball to ...
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Cartoon in the 90s-00s with a scene of a short haired woman dancing

This seems to be the scene you're thinking of: It's not actually from a series at all, but rather from the music video of Pearl Jam's song "Do the Evolution". According to the Wikipedia entry on ...
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80's/90's superhero cartoon with a man on fire and a man who made ice runways like Frozone

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981 - 1986) In this series, Spider-Man forms a close friendship and alliance with two superheroes, Iceman and Firestar. Together, the group, informally known as &...
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Cartoon with a duck and pig travelling around in a spaceship

This sounds like Duck Dodgers from 2003. The spaceship captain/hero is Daffy Duck, the sidekick is Porky Pig. It could also be its 1953 predecessor: "Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century".
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Futuristic Cartoon from 80s-90s

Skysurfer Strike Force aired from 1995 to 1996 with reruns from 1999 to 2000. Based on your description, you've remembered this with amazing accuracy. The main characters, the Skysurfers are a very ...
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Cartoon with talking animals on a floating volcano powered island

Noah's Island (1997 - 1999) The series focused on the adventures of a community of animals on a floating island that was originally part of the Canadian Coastline before being struck by a flaming ...
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In the world of Pokemon, how come the same attack has a different effect on a Pokemon in different episodes?

Freezing isn't affected by type... The frozen status condition can be inflicted on any Pokémon who isn't an Ice-type themselves, whether or not they are resistant to Ice-type attacks While Fire-types ...
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Sci-fi cartoon show with an elite soldiers group

Some elements of your description match with The Centurions, an animations series + associated toy line dating back to the 80s: It had a group of men and a woman who were part of some special elite ...
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Who is this 1980s character?

That looks like Master Roshi from the Dragon Ball franchise. The Dragon Ball manga was released in 1984, and the anime in 1986, which would make it possible for him to show up among "80s ...
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Animated movie (or series). A robot gives someone a flower. Floating islands

Could this be Laputa: Castle in the Sky? Floating islands, check. Robot giving someone a flower, check.
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70's-80's animated series, main character named Blue, who was possibly the last man

This is Blue, Child of the Earth, an obscure (and I mean obscure) French cartoon from the 80's. I remember a line from the title song as "Blue, the future lies (or rests) with you!" You can watch ...
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Trying to find this animated TV show (might be on Cartoon Network?)

Image search based on McTroopers comment makes it likely that Supernoobs is the answer. The image in the question was actually very useful for confirmation. Here's a picture.
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In the world of Pokemon, how come the same attack has a different effect on a Pokemon in different episodes?

Because Max is wrong Charizard is a fire type, but he's also a flying type. Ice type moves are not very effective against fire types, but they are super effective against flying types. As such, an ice ...
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Why did the 70's Fantastic Four cartoon replace Johnny Storm with a robot?

From https://comicvine.gamespot.com/herbie/4005-23720/ “In 1978, when the Fantastic Four was being made into an animated series, the character of the Human Torch was unavailable. Though a popular ...
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Cartoon/anime about a giant robotic fish in the sky

Aero Troopers (2003)? From the jacket below, which features a robotic-looking fish (and what do you know, it's got Mark Hamill in it!): In a world beyond imagination where fantastic tree villages ...
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80s-90s (?) cartoon about a werewolf - something like Scooby Doo knock off

Fangface (1978 - 1980) Highly derivative of Scooby-Doo (which was also created by Ruby and Spears) with a bit of the Tasmanian Devil and I Was A Teenage Werewolf thrown in, Fangface features ...
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Trying to find a ship from an '80s cartoon

It is the X-Bomber from Star Fleet. The exact moment that was stuck in my head (at 11:31): And it is a weapon, not ramp... lol. This shows you how faded the memory was!...
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Why did the 70's Fantastic Four cartoon replace Johnny Storm with a robot?

According to comic book writer, Mark Evanier, Marvel had licensed the rights to use the Human Torch in television to Universal Studios at the time, as part of the same deal which led to the 1978 The ...
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Cartoon with talking animals on a floating volcano powered island

I also remember watching this show in the 90's. The cartoon is the European Noah's Island where a group of talking animals discover a floating island that can be steered by directing lava through ...
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What cartoon features a giant origami crane (and possibly a flying bed) brought to life?

This sounds very much like The Wonderful Wizard of Oz TVseries from 1986. It is a loose adaption of the first four books about the land of Oz. The part about the flying bed especially comes from the ...
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1980s or 1990s animated film featuring robots or mechs, an abandoned city with skyscrapers, and a desert-like setting with a cliff

Could it be Robot Carnival? The one segment, Nightmare, has various robots walking through a city: There is at one point a round chicken-like robot in the segment. Another section of the movie (A ...
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VHS cartoon with a cat-shaped hot air balloon called the Kitcataloon(sp): "It looks like a cat but it flies like a balloon!"

Billy Comeau's 1985 Monster Hits: Who's Afraid of the Dark is likely the case, with the musical release it's based off of being Captain Billy and the Cataloon Crew, Monster Hits. The "Dracula ...
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Cartoon: girl with blue skin can phase through walls

This is Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. It was a 2D Western Animation produced by Walt Disney Television Animation and Pixar Animation Studios. The general attire of the Space Rangers is visually ...
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80s Cartoons with three robots with "screen" heads one white, one yellow and one red

This is The Telebugs (1986-7) The Telebugs is a British cartoon from the 1980s about the adventures of three robots with televisions for heads. The Telebugs were a hi-tech trio of merry monitored ...
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80s Cartoon like Scooby-Doo but with an invisible dog

Goober and the Ghost Chasers It ran for one season consisting of sixteen episodes in 1973. It is very similar to Scooby-Doo and was created by the same production studio, Hanna-Barbera Productions. ...
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Cartoon series from the 90's with a Star Wars feel and a toy that allowed you to 'take part' in the fight on screen

I also think it's Captain Power, except that there ARE Captain Power cartoons: the VHS casettes "Future Forces Training," "Bio Dread Strike Mission," and "Raid on Volcania." They're fixtures of my ...
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Cartoon series about a world-saving agent, who is an Indiana Jones and James Bond mixture

This sounds a lot like Bob Morane, a 1998 cartoon series. The main character was a super-spy, much in the James Bond mould (but in truth I don't see much resemblance to Indiana Jones), based on a ...
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80s anime cartoon with mechs

You are most likely thinking of Robotech. This was a an 80s era anime in which the mechs were piloted from the inside and were transformable from a fighter jet to a bipedal batteloid and a hybrid of ...
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