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"Count down to launch!
Or rather, count down to
launches. Quite a few of
them, in fact.
"
— Launch Party Description (Rhythm Heaven Fever and Rhythm Heaven Megamix)

"Countdown initiated.
The Rhythm Rockets are
ready to launch. It's time
to see the world from a
new angle.
"
— Launch Party Description (Beat the Beat Rhythm Paradise)

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ロケットゼロ Roketto Zero

Launch Party

Launch Party 3DS title

BPM 135
Appearance Rhythm Heaven Fever
Rhythm Heaven Megamix
Game Number 26 (Rhythm Heaven Fever)
65 (Rhythm Heaven Megamix)
Perfect Reward "Rhythm Rockets" (Rhythm Heaven Fever)
1 Flow Ball (Rhythm Heaven Megamix)

Launch Party (ロケットゼロ Roketo zero "Rocket Zero") is the 26th minigame in Rhythm Heaven Fever and the 65th minigame in Rhythm Heaven Megamix. This game is about launching miniature size rockets into outer space.

Gameplay

Launch Party gameplay
Launch Party 3DS gameplay

In the game, the player controls a square-shaped "launchpad" as it flies into space. As the launchpad flies, multiple kinds of rockets will pop up onto it. When a rocket appears on the launchpad, a countdown will appear on the launchpad's screen. The player needs to launch the rocket when the countdown reaches 0, launching it into space.

The are four different types of rockets, each with their own type of countdown.

-Red "Ship" Rocket: Counts down from 3, at the rate of one number per beat.

-Blue "Party Hat" Rocket: Counts down from 5, at a fast pace.

-Green "Bell" Rocket: Counts down from 7, at a very fast pace.

Grey "Bowling Pin" Rocket: Counts down from 1, at a very slow pace.

The countdowns are used to help judge the time to launch, but are also to confuse; the timing for each rocket other than the red ones is roughly the same.

Controls

Button Mode

  • A: Launch Rocket

Simple Tap Mode

  • Tap: Launch Rocket

Timing Notes

  • Hit: The rocket is launched into space, accompanied by a sound.
  • Barely: The rocket flies up a little bit, but can't get far and falls quickly. A barely counts as a miss.
  • Miss: The rocket doesn't even get launched, and is bumped off by the next rocket.

Rating Notes

Rhythm Heaven Fever and Rhythm Heaven Megamix

Header

  • "From Mission Control"

Try Again

  • "Your launch timing was...off."
  • "Those stars messed you up, huh?"

OK

  • "Eh. Good enough." (Only in Rhythm Heaven Fever)
  • "Eh. Passable." (Only in Rhythm Heaven Megamix)

Superb

  • "Congrats on your successful launches..."
  • "You stayed focused amid distraction."


Beat the Beat Rhythm Paradise

Header

  • "From Mission Control:"

Try Again

  • "Your launch timing was often out."
  • "The shooting stars really put you off."

OK

  • "Good try."

Superb

  • "Your launches were a success."
  • "You coped with distractions. "

Epilogue

Rhythm Heaven Fever

Beat the Beat Rhythm Paradise

Rhythm Heaven Megamix

Rhythm Item

Launchpad

Launchpad
Limitless Possibilities
Man, a launchpad without rockets doesn't seem exciting, does it? It's like a blackboard that no one has written on. All potential, no drama.

Skill Star

When you are at the high speed after launching the green bell rocket time, launch the red ship rocket perfectly to collect the star.

Appearances

Two Player Mode

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ロケットゼロ Roketto Zero
LaunchPartyP2menu
BPM 135
Appearance Rhythm Heaven Fever
Game Number 6
Perfect Reward Duo Medal
Song Used Launch Party

A version of the game can be unlocked in the two-player mode, requiring the completion of the original game and the previous two-player game, Flipper-Flop, to unlock.

The game has two launchers, with the first player's being blue, and the second's orange. Both launchers have rockets pop up on them to be launched. The rockets and timing for the players are the same, requiring them to launch at the same time. However, partway through the game, each player will end up moving far into the background; they still need to launch rockets, so they need to contend with both the other player and stars obscuring their view.

LaunchParty2Pgameplay




Trivia

  • Getting either a Try Again or OK rating has a member of The Clappy Trio appearing on the rating screen. A Superb rating lets you see the UFO from Airboarder in the rating screen.
  • During the game, voices can be heard during certain points, though the voices are obscured by the music. This video lets you hear the voices without the music.
  • This game has slightly been updated in Megamix to have more stars appearing in the background when you reach the outer space.

In Other Languages

Language Name
Flag of Japan Japanese ロケットゼロ Rocket Zero
FR French Fusées
ES Spanish Cuenta átras
D German Startrampe
IT Italian Rocket Zero
Flag of South Korea Korean 제로 로켓 Zero Rocket


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