Rhythm Heaven (universe)

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Rhythm Heaven (universe)
Rhythm Paradise (universe)
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Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Designer(s) Kazuyoshi Osawa
Ko Takeuchi
Masami Yone
Tsunku♂
Genre(s) Rhythm
Console of origin Game Boy Advance
First installment Rhythm Tengoku (2006) Japan
Latest installment Rhythm Heaven Megamix (2015)

The Rhythm Heaven universe (リズム天国, Rhythm Tengoku), known as Rhythm Paradise in PAL regions, is a series of rhythm-based music games made by Nintendo SPD (Nintendo Software Planning & Development). The series was created by the same team that made the WarioWare series.

In Super Smash Bros. 4[edit]

Sneaky Spirits appear as a common enemy in Smash Run in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. Karate Joe and the Chorus Kids, along with the aforementioned Sneaky Spirits, appear as collectible trophies in the 3DS version, while Marshal, Cam, and Miss Ribbon and the Wrestler and Reporter appear as collectible trophies in the Wii U version.

Two songs from the series are included with the Miiverse stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U: Blue Birds from the Nintendo DS installment Rhythm Heaven, and Monkey Watch from the Wii installment Rhythm Heaven Fever.

Additionally, icon data for a Rhythm Heaven character appears in the data for Super Smash Bros. 4, but goes unused in the final product.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Karate Joe, The Wandering Samurai, Wandering Samurai (Rhythm Heaven Fever), Sick Beats Doctor, The Chorus Kids, Munchy Monk, Reporter & Wrestler, Baxter & Forthington, and Sumo Brothers appear in the game as Spirits. The Rhythm Heaven series has more Spirits than any other Universe not represented by a fighter.

Additionally, Fruit Basket 2 from Rhythm Heaven Megamix appears as a music track that can be bought in the shop. Blue Birds and Monkey Watch from the previous game are unlocked by default.


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