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Screwbot Factory
Our second facility also
builds robots, but the power
here is a little unreliable.
ANOTHER fuse burned out?
(No practice.)
ConsoleWii Icon Rhythm Heaven Fever
Screwbot Factory 2
Our factory's had a second
order for robots. Get to work
screwing their heads on, but
remember not to tighten
them too much!

(And no practice for you!)
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Screwbot Factory 2
第2ロボット工場 Second Robot Factory
Screwbot Factory 2
BPM 110
Appearance Rhythm Heaven Fever
Game Number 44
Perfect Reward Industrial Espionage

Screwbot Factory 2 (第2ロボット工場 Second Robot Factory) is the 44th minigame in Rhythm Heaven Fever. It is the sequel to the game Screwbot Factory. In this sequel, you work at the second robot factory screwing gray and white robots' heads. Because of the unreliable power, you work in the dark.

Apearance/Gameplay Differences

Screwbot Factory 2 gameplay

Screwebot Factory has no visual changes from the original game, aside for the lighting described below.

The game is mechanically the same as the original; The player needs to screw on the robot heads by dropping the claw on them and letting go at the right time. In this game, though, the robots come at a much faster pace. In particular, there are several times where the player needs to screw in multiple white robots (which are much more common now) in a row. The other main difference is lighting effects; at multiple points in the song, the screen will completely be dark, leaving only some light spots left (usually either on robot's heads, necks, or on the claw bringing them in). This requres the player to focus less on visuals to do well.

Controls

Rhythm Heaven Fever

  • Ⓐ: Nudge claw left
  • Ⓑ: Nudge claw right
  • Ⓐ+Ⓑ (Hold): Drop claw (start screwing
  • Ⓐ+Ⓑ (Release): Release claw (stop screwing)

Timing Display

  • Perfect!/Ace!: Grabbing a robot's head in time will cause the claw to start screwing immediately. Releasing at the right time will cause the robot to raise its arms and for a heart to light up on its body; this happens regardless whether the robot was grabbed in time or barely. It will also shout "Oh yeah!" (Japanese: ヤッタ! yatta!) for grey robots, or "Let's go!" (Japanese: ヨッシャ! yossha!) for white robots.
  • Early!/Late!: Barely grabbing the robot with the claw causes a popping sound to be made, and will briefly drag the robot towards the claw before it starts screwing. Releasing the claw a bit too early makes the robot's head stick a sideways position, with the robot frowning. Screwing it on a bit too much causes the robot's body to crack, sending it down the conveyor belt with blank white eyes and a dazed stance.
  • Miss...: Missing the robot's head entirely causes it to go by on the conveyor belt. Hitting it too early or late when you start screwing causes it to fall over backward. Barely screwing on the robot's head causes it to fall over sideways. Screwing the head on way too much causes the body to lift up and start turning, eventually sending the broken robot down the conveyor belt as it falls over. Releasing only A or B knocks the robot to the right or left, respectively, leaving it only partially screwed.

Results

ConsoleWii Icon
Quality Report
GradingNG Wii
You made a lot of defective gray robots.
Many white robots failed quality inspection.
You seemed to panic in the dark.
GradingOK Wii
Eh. Good enough.
GradingHI Wii
You finished the gray robots well.
The white robots passed inspection.
You did your job even in the dark.
ConsoleWii Icon
The foreman says...
GradingNG Wii
The grey robots were defective.
The white robots failed quiality control.
You got into a panic in the dark.
GradingOK Wii
Good try.
GradingHI Wii
The grey robots were finished well.
The white robots passed inspection.
You did your job even in the dark.

Epilogue

Rhythm Heaven Fever

Beat the Beat Rhythm Paradise

Appearances

Trivia

  • Just like the first Screwbot Factory was similar to Fillbots from Rhythm Heaven, this game is similar to Fillbots 2. Both games have no visual changes from the original, and also have lighting effects to confuse the player.
  • In the original Japanese, there is an engraving on the robot arm that brings up the screwbots to the conveyor belt. This was removed in the international edition.
  • The darkness cues from this game are in Megamix’s version of the first game, albeit unused and unfinished.

In Other Languages

Language Name Meaning
JP Japanese第2ロボット工場Second Robot Factory
FR FrenchRobothon 2
DU GermanRhythmoboter 2
ES SpanishFábrica atornilladora 2
IT ItalianDisco Robot 2
KR Korean제2 로봇 공장Second Robot Factory


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