Geometry Dash Game Review
Geometry Dash is a great platform game created by Robert Nicholas Christian Topala. This game is packed with levels that can be played multiple times, and features awesome music from F-777.
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In Geometry Dash, you control a square leaping across a number of barriers. The goal is to get the highest score possible. The game has several modes that require different skills. The gameplay in this music-based adventure is smooth and fun. It can be enjoyed by all ages, whether they are stay-at-home moms or solidified MMO gamers.
Robert Topala announced a spin-off game on 16 December 2015, entitled Geometry Dash Meltdown, which features levels featuring the songs of F-777. This version features a number of new icons, as well as features introduced in the original game’s 2.0 update.
On 21 December 2016, Topala announced a second spin-off game, called Geometry Dash World. This version also showcases user levels, but it has a smaller selection than the previous game.
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The game allows players to create levels using its level editor and share them with the community. These levels are uploaded to the Geometry Dash servers, known as GD Servers. They can be found through the Level Menu and are ranked according to their difficulty. Players can also rate a level, and comment on it (if they have an account). They can even save a copy of the level to play offline.
A custom level must be at least 10 seconds long and contain 2,000 objects or it will be deleted. The most popular level in the entire community is OuterSpace, a hard level featured in the Fire Gauntlet gauntlet. Other popular levels include Badmash, Credds Attic, To The Moon, Gravitation Surge, and Glittery Glow.
Other kinds of levels can be found in the game, such as User Levels and the Main Levels from Geometry Dash SubZero. These levels are longer and require more skill. They also have more features than other levels. They have different themes and designs and require players to think creatively and quickly.