Rhythm Tengoku

Go for a Perfect!

Rhythm Tengoku is a rhythm game similar to the WarioWare series of video games due in part to its simplistic controls and art style.

  • 2007
  • Sega
  • 2 Players
  • Rhythm
This is one of the very few games developed by both Nintendo and SEGA.


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.

How to Play

The gameplay is fairly simple. The game is divided into sets of four or five music-based mini-games, which are completed by pressing buttons in time with the rhythm. Upon completion of each mini-game, the player's performance is evaluated and given a ranking: Try Again, OK, or Superb. If a player gets a Try Again rating, they can't progress to the next mini-game until they can get one of the higher ratings.

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