Rhythm Tengoku (Arcade)
When the GBA version of Rhythm Tengoku was popular with the staff of Sega, they approached to Nintendo for an offer to make a port for arcade systems. It's still the very same rhythm game as you know it, but there's some new additions such as a Multiplayer mode, and... an Extra Stage consisting of "high speed, no less!" rhythm games based on Stage 1's games, along with some visual changes for each of them.
It's also notable for being one of the very few games developed by both Nintendo and Sega.
A possible placeholder sprite of one of The Clappy Trio.
Text to indicate that the player is marked as "You" in English.
Ears from The Clappy Trio. They look not much the same.
A exclamation mark.
An exclamation mark which is in italics
A hat different from the one used in game, which has more of a top hat aspect.
A four which goes unused because we never get to see four on the floor
A wig which goes unused because we never get to see The Snappy Trio with them.
Unused sprites where Play-Yan crouches, stands, squats, blinks and possibly runs. A faceless Play-Yan is also among the game files.
Unused sprites of a duck and a crab, which are also present in its predecessor, the original GBA version of Rhythm Tengoku.
Unused sprites of a speech bubble and a note.
A Tempo Up! squadmate with no helmet. Their hair mostly goes unseen in the minigame.
Numbers from 1 to 9 that go unused, most likely a leftover from Quiz SP from the original game.
There are unused portions of Remix 1's music in the sound files, but apart from the starting portion at the start of the game, they go unused, as some of the used portions were later proposed for Remix 7.
These unused portions of Remix 2's music are also in the sound files, but they go unused.
Remix 4 also has unused portions of its music in the sound files too, but apart from one of them, they also go unused.
Just like the GBA Remixes 1, 2, and 4 in the GBA version, there are unused portions of Remix 1 Tempo Up's music. These are never used in the final game.
|The Rhythm Heaven series|
|Game Boy Advance||Rhythm Tengoku (Demo)|
|Nintendo DS||Rhythm Heaven|
|Wii||Rhythm Heaven Fever|
|Nintendo 3DS||Rhythm Heaven Megamix|