Geometry Dash review
July 25, 2021
Geometry Dash is a rhythm-based platforming game developed and published by RobTop Games. The game was released for iOS and Android on August 13, 2013, and for steam on December 22, 2015. The game features 11 exclusive levels, and 20 levels in total. The objective of the game is to complete each level by reaching the finish line without dying. The player must avoid obstacles such as spikes and walls, and must time their jumps accurately to progress. The objective of the game is to guide the player's character through a series of obstacle-filled levels, avoiding hazards and collecting coins along the way. The game is split into multiple worlds, each with its own unique challenges.
The graphics in Geometry Dash are colorful and vibrant, and the levels are well designed. The game is set in a 2D environment, and the player character is a cube. The cube can change color, and the color of the cube affects the color of the obstacles. The graphics are simple but effective, and the game is easy to see and understand.
The gameplay in Geometry Dash is simple but addicting. The objective of the game is to complete each level by reaching the finish line without dying. The player must avoid obstacles such as spikes and walls, and must time their jumps accurately to progress. The game is split into 11 exclusive levels, and 20 levels in total. The levels get progressively harder as the player progresses, and the game is quite challenging. The gameplay is simple yet addicting. The controls are easy to learn and the levels are gradually more difficult. The game is challenging but also rewarding. There are multiple worlds to explore and each world has its own unique challenges.
The controls in Geometry Dash are simple and easy to learn. The player can move the character with the arrow keys and jump with the spacebar. The character automatically runs, so the player only needs to worry about jumping over obstacles.
Geometry Dash is a very replayable game. The player can replay any level they have completed, and they can also try to beat their previous best score. The game is also randomly generated, so the player can never play the same level twice. The game is also quite challenging, so the player will keep coming back to try and beat it.
- Unique and creative level design
- Extremely addicting and challenging
- Great soundtrack
- Some levels are way too hard
- Can be frustrating at times
- Not much replay value
Geometry Dash is a fun and addicting rhythm-based platforming game. The game is simple but challenging, and is very replayable. The graphics are colorful and vibrant, and the levels are well designed. The game does not have a multiplayer mode, but it is still a lot of fun to play.