Geometry Dash

Geometry Dash

Developer : RobTop Games

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  • Updated:

    Nov 15, 2017/Nov 16, 2017

  • Size:

    89.13 MB/97.2 MB








Geometry Dash is a simple yet challenging arcade game. It's simple in the sense that the character is a simple geometric shape in the form of a box-like icon, which jumps and moves forward - that's it. But the fun and exciting part of the game is the obstacle courses that become more and more difficult with each level.

There are 21 official levels but you can customize your own level, with over 84 million custom levels having been made by players. Players can share their level and invite other players to play their obstacles.

Now going back to the game, many aficionados say it's the perfect mix between Flappy Bird and The Impossible Game if you're familiar with either of these two games. It's a rhythm-based obstacle game where playing is continuous, this means every time you make a mistake: by falling in between gaps or platforms or getting destroyed by spikes, you go back to the very beginning of the level. You also can't save your progress, but you can pause and take a break.

If you've never played Geometry Dash before, then you need to find it now and discover for yourself how fun and addicting it can be. If you've been playing the game and have become frustrated by how challenging the levels are, then we've got a few tips and tricks for you to use to improve your game.

1. Ignore the hidden coins

You may notice there are gold coins you can get at each level. These coins are placed out of the way, which can make it even more difficult for you to progress to different levels. Ignore these coins for now, especially if you're not moving forward at your level. These will be useful for buying new player icons and for unlocking demon difficulty, but you can do without them. So don't mind the coins and focus on completing the obstacles exclusively.


2. Take advantage of the practice mode

Geometry Dash has a Practice mode that can help you get started. This is a great mode for beginners as it helps you discover what the game is about, what moves you can do, and how to avoid getting hit by the spikes or falling through the gaps. Since the game is continuous, the more you practice, the more you'll get better, and the fewer mistakes you'll make.

Whenever you go back to the beginning of the level, take that as practice, as well. It may be annoying to have to repeat each start of the level, but repeatability is your practice or training to get better.

3. Turn off the music

Since Geometry Dash is a rhythm-based obstacle game, it comes with lively, upbeat music that seems to help with your gameplay. However, the beat of the music doesn't always coincide with the obstacles, and can even be a distraction in many cases. You might expect the beat to match with the challenges, but they don't always do.

Try to minimize the volume or turn off the music altogether to help you focus and concentrate on the challenges.


4. Pause and take a break

Geometry Dash is quite addicting and you'll really enjoy challenging yourself especially when you've completed almost all of the levels, only to get stuck in a certain level of the game. When you find yourself going back and forth, pause and take a break for a few minutes. Put your phone down, stand up, stretch, drink some water, eat some snacks, and clear your mind.

The graphics, colors, and music may seem attractive at first, but after playing the game for a couple of hours, you'll realize it's actually straining you. So when this happens, pause and take a break to refresh your mind. Once you've calmed down, try to play the game again.

5. Try the Geometry Dash Lite first

If you're not yet intent on playing the entire game or making it through all the 21 official levels, try the Geometry Dash Lite first. Playing the game will require you to pay $1.99 but if you opt for the Lite version first, you can play the first 10 levels for free. Keep in mind that Geometry Dash can be addicting, and if you've survived the 10 levels, you'll most likely want to progress to the upper levels, but you'll have to pay the $1.99, which can offset your momentum.

However, playing the game for free first will help you determine whether you like to play the game or not. This is a great option for anyone who simply wants to try it out first or for anyone who's looking for a pastime. But if you're a serious arcade game enthusiast, you may want to pay the amount to get the entire game.


6. Stay away from cheater apps

Geometry Dash is an old-school game that challenges your focus, alertness, and concentration. It's a great mind game that tests your ability to respond fast. It's a mental agility game that requires great reflexes, and it's always fun to challenge yourself this way. This is what makes the game so great. It's simple but it challenges you in ways that can't happen with other games.

However, if you're here to look for cheating tips, it would be better for you to find them somewhere else, such as in third-party cheater apps that give you tricks to jumping to different levels. But where's the fun in that? The main reason why Geometry Dash is so popular is that it's simply challenging. If you cheat, that will defeat the purpose of the game.

Geometry Dash is an exciting game with very simple graphics and rules. However, you will find yourself addicted to the game due to its mental challenges and requirement for you to act fast. Play the game and try it for yourself. And of course, don't forget the tips and tricks mentioned here to help you improve your gameplay.



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