It features eight sets which consist of six rhythm games each (all of which are unique to each other).
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Rhythm Tengoku is a Japanese rhythm game developed by Nintendo SPD and published by Nintendo. It was released in Japan on August 3, 2006, and was the last game developed by Nintendo for the Game Boy Advance. This game was released exclusively in Japan. The game has spawned three international sequels; Rhythm Heaven, Rhythm Heaven Fever, and Rhythm Heaven Megamix. It began as an idea created by its composer and supervisor Tsunku who proposed it to Nintendo due to his belief that they could do a better job with it than he could.
Rhythm Tengoku‘s gameplay focuses on audio cues rather than visual cues to convey information to players. It features a number of unique stages which have their own type of rhythm and gameplay. Players follow the rhythm (in some rhythm games as a character) until the end where they are given a score based on their performance. The gameplay and music were both well received by critics and consumers. Parallels have been drawn between it and the developer’s previous work on the WarioWare series.
Rhythm Tengoku is a rhythm game similar to the WarioWare series of video games due in part to its simplistic controls and art style. It features eight sets which consist of six rhythm games each (all of which are unique to each other). Each set’s sixth stage is a remix of the previous games all at once. The games change in turn throughout the remix, which is accompanied by a new song. Some remixes (such as Remix 5) might even have characters wearing alternate costumes.
Japan: August 3, 2006
Game Boy Advance
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