Geometry Dash review
September 15, 2020
Geometry Dash is a rhythm-based platforming game developed and published by RobTop Games. The game was released on August 13, 2013, for iOS and Android, and on December 22, 2015, for Steam. Geometry Dash is set in a surreal world where the player must navigate through a series of obstacles to reach the finish line.
The game is played by jumping and avoiding obstacles to the rhythm of the music. The player must time their jumps carefully to avoid being hit by obstacles. The game is set in a 2D environment and the player can move left, right, up, and down. The objective of the game is to complete various levels by reaching the end flag, avoiding obstacles, and collecting stars. The game is controlled by either touching the screen or using a mouse, depending on the platform. There are currently five different main gameplay modes: Normal, Practice, User-Created, Meltdown, and Shipwrecked. The game starts off with a simple level called "Stereo Madness", which eases the player into the game mechanics. The following level, "Back On Track", is where the game starts to increase in difficulty. The first two official levels are considered to be the easiest in the game. The next level, "Polargeist", is where the game starts to get significantly harder, with faster-paced sections and more precise timing required. The game is known for its difficulty, with many levels considered to be nearly impossible to complete. Despite this, the game is still Beatable with enough practice. The game also features a level editor, which allows players to create and share their own levels. The level editor is considered to be one of the most user-friendly editors in any game.
The graphics in Geometry Dash are colorful and minimalist. The game uses a 2D vector graphics style, which gives the game a clean and simple look. The game's soundtrack is also minimalist, and consists of electronic music. The graphics are colorful and minimalist, with most of the game being set in a basic geometric world. The game's art style is inspired by electronic music, and the game's soundtrack is composed of various EDM songs. The game's graphics are pleasing and have a clean look to them. However, some users have complained about the color palette, saying that it is too "loud" and can be jarring at times.
Geometry Dash is highly replayable, as there are many levels to play, and the game's difficulty can be adjusted. The game also has a user-created level system, which allows players to create and share their own levels. Geometry Dash is an extremely replayable and addictive game. Once you start playing, it is hard to stop. The game is also quite long, with over 21 official levels, and an infinite amount of user-created levels.
- The game is easy to pick up and play
- The game is highly replayable
- The game is suitable for all ages
- The game is available on multiple platforms
- The game has a clean and simple graphics style
- The game has an Electronic soundtrack
- The game has a user-created level system
- The game can be repetitive
- The game can be frustrating
- The game can be too easy or too difficult
- The game may not be suitable for younger children
- The game may not be suitable for those who do not like Electronic music
Geometry Dash is a 2013 mobile game and Steam game developed by Robert Topala, and published by his company, RobTop Games. The game is a rhythm-based platforming game which currently has 21 official levels and has more than 50 million online levels created by players.