Geometry Dash – Difficulty Levels Tips

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Geometry Dash – Difficulty Levels Tips 1 -

Geometry dash takes hard work and dedication. It took me seven years just to beat what’s regarded by some as the easiest demon level that exists. But across millions of level attempts and hundreds of Demon Levels I just couldn’t beat, I learned a few interesting things.


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I started playing Geometry Dash in May 2015, at age 11, on an iPad mini. And seven years later, the day I write this guide(June 11th 2022), I have only just today Completed Clubstep at age 18. Let me tell you what I’ve learned about hard levels in that time.

Having difficulty difficulties?

First off, No, it’s not just you. If you’re not that good at the game and you’ve been playing for a long time, it’s true that online levels HAVE gotten harder overall. My assumption is that as players have gotten better and stuck around, they just naturally become more accustomed to the game and thus have a different perception of difficulty. But I’m ahead of myself.

Practice right with these bullet points–

1) if you’re tackling a level that you know is out of your skill scope, you always use practice mode from the start. If you’re actually good at the game(unlike me), then maybe you just have enough mechanical knowledge to learn as you go, but this guide wasn’t written for you.
2) break the level up into bits. this is that part of the guide where you read something that shocks you because it feels like common sense. This is one of those things- it can feel good to turn on auto-checkpoints and blaze through a level, dropping diamonds as you go until you eventually make it to the end. But you don’t really learn anything that way. What worked for me was shutting down auto-checkpoints and picking certain sections of a level to do over and over. The reason this works is that geometry dash is not a game of skill, but rather of consistency. Anyone can beat any level with enough time and practice, but if you can’t reliably pass hard sections there’s no hope for you no matter how good you are.
3) it’s okay to pick for looks, not for stats. There’s no shame in using your favorite icons, ships, UFOs, et cetra, when you’re practicing. It’s tempting to pick stuff that’s block-y and has the hit-boxes more clearly defined, but ultimately every item has the same hit-box anyway. Once you get used to your favorite gear, it’ll become even easier to play with than simple stuff.
4) don’t be afraid to walk away. we’ve all been there- “If I don’t beat this level today, will I ever?” Yes. Yes, you will. Geometry Dash is a game of consistency, not skill, and I’m not afraid to say it again. Practice makes perfect, but burnout breaks perfect. There’s no shame in walking away, especially for you PC players who click with the mouse(that seriously hurts after awhile, speaking from experience. Don’t forget to stretch).


And… there you have it. That’s all I’ve got. Wish me well as I pursue completion of my second Demon Level! And good luck… not that you need it, of course- that’s the nice thing about Geometry Dash… You don’t need luck or skill to win. Just determination. In my case, sometimes even years worth of it! 😀

Written by Riptyde

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