Geometry Dash is a $1.99 2d platformer game where you need to hit the finish line while dodging obstacles. One of its unique features is that the action performed is rhythm-based. You can also try the game for free in a 10 level variant.
The game in a few sentences:
- You earn rewards for daily playing
- Customize your character by unlocking unique icons and colors
- If you want to practice use practice mode
- The longer you play, the faster the game works
The guide below will give you some tricks and tips to help you enjoy your first time playing.
Do not expect too much
Enter the game, start playing and ignore thinking whether you are doing it well or not. If you synchronize with the game’s rhythmic and flow, you will get better by each round.
Play along with Rhythm
The game does not have any checkpoints but it has obstacles coming from down, middle and up so anytime you die it is game over. If you do not want to fall right before hitting the finish line, learn how to play along with the rhythm.
Do not lose your temper
Your calmness level will decrease simultaneously with you getting to a higher level, and if you start tapping the screen without feeling the rhythm, you will still lose.
If you feel like you can punch someone, take a short break and then start playing again.
Take advantage of the practice mode
Practice mode is there for a reason so do not ignore it. With this method, you will gain experience without losing either the game or your patience.
Keep in mind that you only need to improve your timing in order to improve your game experience.
To sum up
Only the experience differentiates the professionals from the beginners, but no matter your level, it is a frustrating game. Use the tips and tricks above to ameliorate your symptoms.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.