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"We've still got a lot of product to sort. Can we count on you for some overtime? A lot of overtime?"
— Packing Pests 2 Description (US version)

"We need someone to do some sorting overtime. I know we can count on you to complete the job."
— Packing Pests 2 Description (European version)

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しわけ2 Shiwake 2
Packing Pests 2
BPM 159
Appearance Rhythm Heaven Fever
Game Number 48
Perfect Reward Packing Pests 2 music

Packing Pests 2' '(しわけ2 Shiwake 2)   is the 48th game in Rhythm Heaven Fever. It is the sequel to Packing Pests. In this sequel, the employee grown hair and works during nighttime at the same company of slapping treat spiders and catching candies to the box. Getting a perfect unlocks a soundtrack of this game.

Appearance/Gameplay Differences

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The game seems to take place to the candy company during the nighttime with our worker grew hair since in the prequel he was completely bald and works as usual at sorting the smiling candies to the box and slapping out the treat spiders.

The game is mechanically the same as the first Packing Pests; there are two new cues added to tutorial where the player must deal with offbeats. Since the stage still runs on a candy-spider pattern, the treat spider is now on an offbeat early rather than directly on beat as with the first stage. "Double-up" is still the same, where you're given a candy-spider-spider scheme instead. If two exclamation points appear on the right, then the next spider will be on beat but the candy will be offbeat instead. The tempo is also much faster than the first prequel so if you thought that one was overwhelming, that's nothing compared to this.

Controls

  • A + B: Catch
  • A: Slap

Timing Notes

  • Hit: The candy will be grabbed and dropped in a box. Spiders are slapped forward to the ground, and walk back offscreen.
  • Barely: The candy is grabbed, but a "tink" sound is made. Spiders will be only grazed, making them fall straight down. A barely counts as a miss.
  • Miss: Candy and spiders will fly past you and into the employee's workspace, making him shudder (with a more visible shudder for spiders). Slapping candy instead of grabbing it cause it to be knocked down. Grabbing spiders instead of slapping them causes the employee to grab them, then drop them and shudder.

Rating Notes

American Version

Header

  • "Performance Review"

Try Again

  • "You lost a lot of product there."
  • "You seemed scared of the spiders."
  • "The rhythm changes threw you off."

OK

  • "Eh. Good enough."

Superb

  • "Great candy catching!"
  • "You're a master spider swatter!"
  • "You're good at syncopating."

European Version

Header

  • "Supervisor's Comments"

Try Again

  • "You dropped too many sweets."
  • "You seem scared of insects."
  • "The rhythm changes threw you."

OK

  • "Good try."

Superb

  • "You're good at catching sweets."
  • "You mastered insect swatting."
  • "You know how to syncopatwe."

Epilogue

Trivia

  • The extra money thrown at the end of the game counts as one of the requirements for a Superb rank. This means that if you get all the other things right, but miss the money, you only get an "OK" rank.
  • This is one of the two sequel games in Rhythm Heaven Fever to have a practice section, the other being Micro-Row 2.

In Other Languages

Language Name
Flag of Japan Japanese しわけ2 Sorting 2
FR French Centre de tri 2
ES Spanish ¡A empaquetar! 2
D German Einpacken! 2
IT Italian Smistamento 2
Flag of South Korea Korean 분류 창고2 Sorting Warehouse 2


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