Geometry Dash is a platforming video game created by Sweden-based developer Robert Topala. It was published by Topala in 2013 for iOS devices.
- Aug 25, 2021
The player controls a square-shaped character that has to avoid obstacles and collect items. The player has to complete a level in a certain amount of time, in order to get to the next one. There are two modes: the Normal mode and the Hard mode.
The obstacles in the game come in a variety of forms and the player has to avoid them. The player can also get different colors to change the square's appearance and get new avatars.
The player starts on the first level, which is called "Geometrical Dominator". The player has to tap on the screen to jump so he can avoid obstacles. Tap on the screen to jump over an obstacle. Tap an even number of times to jump over the obstacle. Tap an odd number of times to jump over the obstacle.
The player has to collect the coins which are marked by the level’s maximum coin count. The player has to collect the special blocks which are marked by the level’s maximum special block count.
Geometry Dash has three game modes: Classic, Time Trials, and Random mode. Classic mode is where the player can play the game in any order. Time Trials mode is where the player has to complete the levels in the shortest possible time. Random mode is where the player can play the game in any order.
The graphics of the game are cartoonish and the colors used are mostly bright and vivid.
The game is known for its replayability. There are a total of 140 levels that can be accessed, and the player can go back and replay the levels.
Geometry Dash is a game where the player has to complete levels on a two-dimensional plane. The player has to avoid oncoming obstacles to make it to the end of the level. The player has to complete the level in the shortest possible time, which is marked by the level’s maximum completion time. The player can collect coins on the way, which are marked by the level’s maximum coin count. The player has to use the special blocks to his advantage, as they are marked by the level’s maximum special block count.
- High replayability as the levels are procedurally generated
- Beautiful graphics
- Unique soundtrack
- Simple to learn, difficult to master
- Great for short breaks
- Lack of a story
- No custom levels
- The player's ship moves too fast