Pink Sweets: Ibara Sorekara

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Pink Sweets: Ibara Sorekara
Pink Sweets Ibara Sorekara.jpg
Arcade flyer
  • JP: April 21, 2006
Xbox 360
  • JP: February 24, 2011
Genre(s)Vertical scrolling shooter
Mode(s)Single-player, two-player (co-op)
Arcade systemCAVE CV1000B
CPUHitachi SH-3 (133MHz)
SoundYamaha YMZ770C-F (APU)
DisplayVertical orientation

Pink Sweets: Ibara Sorekara (ピンクスウィーツ ~鋳薔薇それから~, Pinku Suītsu: Ibara Sorekara) is a 2006 manic shooter by Cave released for Japanese arcades. It was released for the Xbox 360 in 2011.

Pink Sweets is the sequel to the 2005 game Ibara.


Programmer Shinobu Yagawa worked on this game, and he had previously worked on the games Recca , Battle Garegga, and Ibara.[1]


In Pink Sweets, the sixth and final Guardian in Ibara, did not die. Neither did any of the Rose sisters. Instead, they shifted from the dark side to the light.


The game has heavy Raizing influences.[citation needed]

Pink Sweets is the sequel to Ibara, and features the stage 1-5 bosses from Ibara as playable characters.

Players get to pilot the gals and use a barrier/shot system to defeat flitting enemies as well as end level bosses of the pastel-colored type. Enemies besides bosses are named after food. During the game, the gals yelp and intonate various sayings to steel themselves for battle.


It was released in Japanese arcades on April 21, 2006.[2]

Pink Sweets was released on Xbox 360 in a bundle pack with Muchi Muchi Pork! in 2011 entitled Muchi Muchi Pork! & Pink Sweets (むちむちポーク!&ピンクスウィーツ, Muchi Muchi Pōku! ando Pinku Suītsu).[3]


Famitsu magazine awarded the compilation a score of 24/40 based on four reviews (6/6/6/6).[4][3]


  1. ^ "A guide to gaming's most valuable treasures". Retrieved 2018-08-02.
  2. ^ "ピンクスゥイーツ〜鋳薔薇それから〜 [アーケード] / ファミ通.com". Retrieved 2018-08-02.
  3. ^ a b "むちむちポーク!&ピンクスゥイーツ [Xbox 360] / ファミ通.com". Retrieved 2018-08-02.
  4. ^ "Complete Famitsu review scores". Nintendo Everything. February 16, 2011. Retrieved April 11, 2015.

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