Geometry Dash: Best tips, tricks, and cheats you never know!
Geometry Dash is a frustrating and enjoyable side-scrolling game. Geometry Dash is a cross between The Impossible Game and Flappy Bird, making it one of the most infuriating games you’ll ever play. It’s also a great deal of fun, so let’s get started!
You begin as a hopping-happy symbol with the purpose of completing each level in one sitting. You have an unlimited number of attempts, but if you miss a jump or make a mistake in any way, you must restart from the beginning.
You’ll enter a warp zone at particular moments in each level, where your icon will suddenly be piloting a little spaceship and the controls will transition to Flappy Bird or Helicopter Game-style action. It’s the ultimate game of trial and error, but if you follow this guide, you might be able to avoid some of the pitfalls.
Ignore the Secret Coins
When you’re still working out the course, ignore the Secret Coins. If you want, you can come back and receive them later.
You’ll see some mystery coins scattered throughout each level that you’ll have to walk off the beaten route to obtain. If you’re having trouble merely getting through the level, don’t bother with them. They merely make things more difficult. Because you must complete the level to obtain them, they are only worth concentrating on if you have a good idea of what to expect from the entire level.
Turn off the music
Turning off the music can help you concentrate more effectively. The audio of Geometry Dash is fantastic, with each level having its own unique pace. You could find the music annoying because there are times when you’ll be tapping along to the beat only to be interrupted by a new segment that demands you to tap off-beat.
Turning off the music allows you to concentrate on the visual signals, which are far more significant than the music. Plus, when your number of attempts rises into the triple digits, songs that once piqued your interest will begin to grate on your nerves.
Use practice mode as needed
Using practice mode to plan ahead and figure out what you need to do is a terrific approach to get ahead. Practice mode won’t help you beat the level, but it can help you figure out how to get over a particularly difficult section and give you a heads-up on what’s coming up next. In practice mode, you can drop checkpoints, which means you won’t have to start from the beginning every time and can try as many times as you like at a difficult new part. The only catch is that none of it matters because this is a practice session, not a game. In order to proceed further in the game, you must return to the usual game mode.
Take a break
Taking a break might help you relax and return to your work with new eyes. Seriously. It may seem counterintuitive to believe that putting a game down will help you grow, but it is essential necessary when playing games like this that are designed to annoy you. For a great (NSFW language) illustration of how these kind of games are designed to irritate you, check out Rooster Teeth’s Rage Quit episode for The Impossible Game.
All of the strobing colors and lights throughout the stages set Geometry Dash distinct from The Impossible Game – they’re pretty at first, but they soon put you into a mild, mesmerizing trance. Looking away from the screen after a marathon game of Geometry Dash may result in the strange swirling vision shown in certain optical illusion movies.
When you return to the game the next day with fresh eyes, you’ll probably find it much easier – and less annoying.
Don’t pay for the game until you really need to
Don’t pay for a game until you absolutely need it. Try out the free versions first. Yes, the whole game is available for $1.99 on the app store. But, before you do that, make the most of the opportunity to trial before you buy. If you really want to punish yourself, try Geometry Dash Lite, which provides you access to the first 10 levels of the game, or Geometry Dash Meltdown. But, if you enjoy this game, it’s a good idea to donate to the developers so that they can keep doing what they’re doing. In addition, the entire game includes a level creator option, allowing you to construct your own devilishly difficult courses while watching your pals furiously quit.
Warning: Cheater apps
Apps that cheat should be avoided. Some third-party software claim to be able to slow down the game. You should use it at your own risk. If you’re having trouble with Geometry Dash, you might want to consider using a third-party cheating app. These reduce the speed at which your cube (or ship) goes across the level, making it simpler to timing your jumps and giving you more time to react when you’re in unfamiliar area.
But here’s the thing: you can’t put your faith in them. They exist outside of the App Store, which means they haven’t been scanned for malware. It’s usually the case that something sounds too wonderful to be true. Keep your distance.
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