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"行進をするのだ。
かってな行動はチーム
をダメにする!
がんばりたまえ。"
"(It's time to march. Wrong moves will hurt the team! Do your best.)
"
— Marching Orders Description (Rhythm Tengoku)

"Ready, march! Following orders
as a unit builds a sense of
camaraderie. Also, rhythm.
"
— Marching Orders Description (Rhythm Heaven Megamix)

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Marching Orders
マーチャ Maacha

Marcher Card

Marcher title 3DS

BPM 134
Appearance Rhythm Tengoku
Rhythm Heaven Megamix
Game Number 3 (Tengoku)
67 (Megamix)
Perfect Reward Dry Drum (Tengoku)
1 Flow Ball (Megamix)

Marching Orders (マーチャ Marcher?), is the 3rd minigame in Rhythm Tengoku and the 67th minigame in Rhythm Heaven Megamix. In this game, the player controls a Cadet, who is undergoing marching training with three other cadets while following their Sarge's orders. The game's sequel, Marching Orders 2, is unlocked later on in Rhythm Tengoku.

Gameplay

Marcher gameplay
Marcher gameplay 3DS

The player controls a cadet on at the end of the line, and must follow the general's orders. There are four commands: March, Halt, Left Face Here, and Right Face Here. The player must perform these with proper timing. After a while, the cadets will be dragged offscreen, ending the game.

Controls

Button Mode

  • A: March
  • B: Halt
  • Left: Left Face Turn
  • Right: Right Face Turn

Simple Tap Mode

  • Tap: Appropriate action

Timing Notes

  • Hit: The player does the action at the proper time as the other cadets.
  • Barely: The Sarge will angrily frown. A barely counts as a miss.
  • Miss: The Sarge will turn red with rage while steam puffs out of him.

Rating Notes

Rhythm Tengoku

Header

  • "隊長の判断" (Captain's Judgement)

Try Again

  • "きほんが できてないな。" (The basics are not set.)

OK

  • "う~ん..." (Yeah...)
  • "まぁまぁ、 かな。" (OK, I guess?)
  • "とりあえず..." (Anyway...)
  • "よしと します。" (You did your best.)

Superb

  • "なかなか よろしい!" (That was pretty good!)
  • "すばらしい判断力だ!" (You have fantastic judgement!)

Rhythm Heaven Megamix

Header

  • "Sarge Says"

Try Again

  • "Mushy marching!"
  • "Do you hate halting?"
  • "Your turns need more tuning."

OK

  • "Eh. Passable."

Superb

  • "Stone-solid stepping!"
  • "You stopped like a pro!"

Epilogue

Rhythm Tengoku

Rhythm Heaven Megamix

Rhythm Item

Marching Helmet

Marching Helmet
Watch It!
The colors of this helmet make it super obvious if you're not marching in sync with your squadmates. So you better toe the line, rookie!

Skill Star

The Skill Star can be collected when you halt the fourth time. (The fourth halt is delayed)

Appearances

Marching Orders 2P

"行進をするのだ。
かってな行動はチームをダメにする!
がんばりたまえ。"
"(It's time to march.
Wrong moves will hurt the team!
Do your best.)
"
— - Marching Orders 2P Description

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Marching Orders 2P
組み立て Marcher 2P
Marcher Card
BPM 134
Appearance Rhythm Tengoku Arcade
Game Number 57
Perfect Reward Nothing
Song Used Marching Orders

Marching Orders also appears in the 2P mode of Rhythm Tengoku (Arcade) where it is referred to as Marching Orders 2P (マーチャ 2P Marcher 2P?). It plays the same as the 1P version, but with a second player controlling the second cadet in the lineup.

Trivia

  • In Rhythm Heaven's game Shoot-'Em-Up 2, the Shoot-'Em-Up Radio Lady who appears on the communicator is wearing a marching helmet.
  • Along with the rest of Stage 1, this game has a counterpart in the arcade version at 150% speed, with a more vibrant synth for orchestration and different graphics.
  • This is one of the few games in Rhythm Tengoku that has more than or equal to 3 commands while this one has 4 commands.
  • This is one of a few games to have different rating screens of both versions, except to the Superb rating screen that keeps the same style as it did in the original.
  • This is the only game in Megamix to use every button (the D-Pad, the "B" button and the "A" button).

In Other Languages

Language Name
Flag of Japan Japanese マーチャ Marcher
FR French En avant, marche!
ES Spanish Marcha marchosa
D German Marschbefehle
IT Italian Marcia ritmata
Flag of South Korea Korean 행진 March


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