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, 2014, for Windows. The game features 11 exclusive levels, and allows the player to create and share their own levels. The player must guide their character through each level, avoiding obstacles to reach the end.
The graphics in Geometry Dash are colorful and vibrant. The game uses a 2D vector graphics style, and the levels are set against a variety of backgrounds, including space and mountains. The game's characters are simple geometric shapes, and the obstacles are also simple geometric shapes. The game features 2D platforming gameplay, and the levels are designed in a way that makes them easy to navigate. The game's visual style is reminiscent of games such as Super Mario World and Sonic the Hedgehog.
The gameplay in Geometry Dash is simple but challenging. The player must guide their character through each level, avoiding obstacles. The game is set to a rhythm, and the player must time their jumps and movements to the beat of the music. The game isLevels become progressively more difficult, and include a variety of challenges, such as moving platforms, enemies, and spiked walls. The game is played by navigating through each level, avoiding obstacles, and reaching the finish line without dying. The game features 11 levels, each with its own unique soundtrack. The objective of the game is to complete each level by reaching the finish line without dying. The game is challenging but also rewarding, as each level can be completed in a short amount of time.
The controls in Geometry Dash are simple and easy to use. The player uses the arrow keys to move and the space bar to jump. The game's controls are responsive and easy to learn.
Geometry Dash is a highly replayable game. The player can replay levels to try to get a better score, or to try to beat the level in a shorter time. The player can also create and share their own levels. The game's 11 exclusive levels are also replayable.
- Addictive gameplay
- Excellent graphics
- Good soundtrack
- Some levels are too difficult
- Can be repetitive
Overall, Geometry Dash is a fun and challenging rhythm-based platforming game. The game is highly replayable, and the player can also create and share their own levels. The game's graphics are colorful and vibrant, and the gameplay is simple but challenging.