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Rhythm Heaven Megamix

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Rhythm Heaven Megamix
リズムてんごく ザ・ベストプラス
Rizumu Tenkoku Ze Besuto Purasu
Rhythm Heaven Megamix EU box.png
European box art
Developer(s): Nintendo SPD
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Category: Rhythm
Players: 1-4
Predecessor: Rhythm Heaven Fever
Successor: N/A
Release dates
N. America: June 15, 2016
Japan: June 11, 2015
Europe: October 21, 2016[1]
Australia: October 22, 2016
S. Korea: December 1, 2016[2]
USK: 0

Rhythm Heaven Megamix (titled Rhythm Paradise Megamix in Europe and Australia) is a rhythm game and the fourth installment of the Rhythm Heaven series, released for Nintendo 3DS in 2015 in Japan, and worldwide in 2016. This was the final finished game released by Nintendo SPD before the game development teams were merged with Nintendo EAD. Notably, this game compiles elements and minigames from the previous games in the series.


Nintendo website


Test your rhythm by chopping wood, sticking speeding viruses with forks and playing badminton while flying an airplane, all in time to catchy tunes in this deceptively challenging rhythm game. The accessible controls and catchy music, combined with the new visual feedback system, make this a great entry in the Rhythm Heaven series. Can you match the beat and reach Rhythm Heaven?


  • Features updated rhythm games from the Game Boy Advance, Wii and Nintendo DS Rhythm Heaven games.
  • A combo of new rhythm games, fan-favorites, and U.S. debuts make this the ultimate Rhythm Heaven game
  • Rhythm Heaven Megamix includes more than 70 rhythm games, the most in the series.
  • Some Rhythm Heaven rhythm games found only in Japan make their North American debut with new music.
  • Soundtrack created with help from legendary Japanese music producer, Tsunku♂.
  • Encounter others with the StreetPass feature for a chance to match their punching robot's skills in a 1-on-1 battle.
  • Play with up to four players simultaneously and take on special multiplayer rhythm games to earn Flow Balls (additional systems and games required for multiplayer mode; sold separately).
  • Purchase additional rhythm games by spending Flow Balls.

Nintendo eShop

Rhythmic gaming bliss, goats eating turnips, and the funkiest tunes you've ever bashed a button to? This must be the Rhythm Heaven™ Megamix. With 70+ rhythm games, including new ones, remixed fan-favorites, and US debuts, this fresh mix has it all. Try to reach Heaven World as you stab viruses, feed a bear, and more! Just don't miss a beat.

As you dig into each hilariously random activity, you'll get pulled into the world of Rhythm Heaven by the riveting soundtrack, created with help from legendary music producer, Tsunku♂. Hang out in a café to check out new rhythm games and chat with a drink-serving dog. Or feed your pet goat using a turnip-powered game machine! You can even visit a museum to enjoy the game's music and artwork. In the party mood? Then team up with three other players to take down challenges. Every time you encounter a player via the StreetPass™ feature, you'll do battle with their punching robot. It's time to kick back! Heaven World is just a few bops away.


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Technical details

Technical details
Media: Nintendo 3DS Game Card
Digital download
Download size: 3,240 blocks
Supported features: Nintendo Network, Local Play / Download Play (1-4 players), StreetPass
Input / compatible controllers: Nintendo 3DS

External links


  1. "Rhythm Paradise Megamix comes to stores and Nintendo #eShop for #3DS on 21/10. #NintendoE3". Nintendo UK on Twitter (June 16, 2016). Retrieved June 16, 2016.
  2. Rhythm Heaven Megamix on Nintendo of Korea's website. Retrieved October 13, 2016.

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Rhythm Tengoku • Rhythm Heaven • Fever • Megamix
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