Geometry Dash: Review

If you’ve been looking around our blog you may have noticed a few posts about Geometry Dash- but no review. So we thought, “Hey! We haven’t written a review yet! That must be the crime of the century for there to be no review on a game that we’ve written 2+ posts about!” So here it is.

Geometry Dash is a rhythm based platform game where you have to tap the screen at the right time to avoid obstacles. And large spikey spikes. There are 20 base-levels of increasing difficulty, and thousands more online!

One of the best things about it is how you can customise your block, as there are so many different colours and skins to collect. How many colours are there in Geometry Dash? 56 (as of today)! So many pretty colours… But wait! There’s more. There are also tons of skins to collect, such as a Super Meat Boy skin, a Companion Cube, and even a 1Up!

There are currently…. (I’m just counting how many, please bear with me) 64 jumpy jump blocks, 25 ships, 18 balls, 18 UFOs, 13 waves (arrow things), and 6 robots. Phew, that’s a lot!

The game can be very frustrating though, as one mistake will kill you. That can get pretty annoying, especially if you’ve collected all the coins and then you die horribly at the last moment, earning you nothing but a special colour and broken dreams. Of course, that’s what makes the game fun. One life, one little block and a ton of places to die!

Another annoying thing about Geometry Dash is on the PC version. Sometimes, when you tap up or space to jump, the game doesn’t respond, and you die. This may sound like a small thing, but trust me, when you’re on the final 7% of Clutterfunk, and suddenly Blocky McBlockerson doesn’t seem to jump any more, don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Overall, Geometry Dash is an awesome game. It’s got everything: blocks, spikes, and UFOs! I’d definitely recomend it to anyone who likes funky music and platform games, because that’s what Geometry Dash is all about.

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