Geometry Dash Guide For Beginners

Hi, I’m R4CC00NY and I have been playing Geometry Dash for almost 1000 Hours, so I decided, why not make a Guide for beginners who (almost) don’t know about anything?

DISCLAIMER

English is not my first Language, so I’m sorry typinging mistakes.

If there are any.

Also this is my first Guide.

The Basics (Controls)

To start off easy, Jumping can be done with Left Mouse Click; Space; UpArrow; (A) Button on Controller; (RB) Button on Controller.

Portal & GameModes

Going through Portals changes your Gamemode, there are a few different Gamemodes.

Gamemodes:

  • Cube
  • Ship
  • Ball
  • UFO
  • Wave
  • Robot
  • Spider

Gamemodes+:

  • Mirror (Left&Right)
  • Resizer (Small&Normal)
  • Dual (TwoPlayers&Normal) [Some Community Maps use “Coop” that means two players control the Duals (One Bottom one, Other one Upper)
  • Portals (Input&Output)
  • Gravity Switch

Orbs & Platforms

Orbs and Platforms play a big Role in Geometry Dash.

There are multiple Orbs/Platforms with specific attribute.

Pink – Low Jump ; Like Jumping normally

Yellow – Higher Jump ; Normal Jump x2/x3

Red – Super High Jump (Introduced in Fingerdash)

Blue – Switches Gravity

Black – Brings you to the Ground (Introduced in Fingerdash)

Green – Switches Gravity with an arc

Green (with Arrow in it) – Holding Dashes, Letting Go Stops Dashing

Pink (With Arrow in it) – Holding Dashes, Letting Go Stops Dashing and Gravity Switches

Levels (Main)

There are a total of 21 Levels in the Main Game.

In Order:

  1. Stereo Madness
  2. Back on Track
  3. Polargeist
  4. Dry Out
  5. Base after Base
  6. Cant Let GO
  7. Jumper
  8. Time Machine
  9. Cycles
  10. xStep
  11. Clutterfunk
  12. Theory of Everything
  13. Electroman Adventures
  14. Clubstep
  15. Electrodynamix
  16. Hexagon Force
  17. Blast Processing
  18. Theory of Everything 2
  19. Geometrical Dominator
  20. Deadlocked
  21. Fingerdash

Each of them has a total of 3 Coins.

Every Level has a different difficulty aswell.

Easy:

  • Stereo Madness
  • Back on Track

Normal:

  • Polar Geist
  • Dry Out

Hard:

  • Base After Base
  • Cant Let Go

Harder:

  • Jumper
  • Time Machine
  • Cycles
  • Blast Processing
  • Geometrical Dominator

Insane:

  • xStep
  • Clutterfunk
  • Theory of Everything
  • Electroman Adventures
  • Electrodynamix
  • Hexagon Force
  • Fingerdash

Demon:

  • Clubstep
  • Theory of Everything 2
  • Deadlocked

Community Levels Overview

Being in the Main Menu makes you think:

Left is the Icon Customizer, Middle the Play button, but what about the right one?

The Right one takes you to the “place” where Geometry Dash users make, play, rate and comment on other user-made levels.

The first Screen when clicking on it gives you the following buttons:

  • Create
  • Saved
  • Scores
  • Quests
  • Daily
  • Map Packs
  • Gauntlets
  • Featured
  • Hall of Fame
  • Search

Create:

Here you can create your own Levels.

Level Editor later in this Guide.

Saved:

Levels you already played. (Only Community Levels)

Scores:

The Leaderboard of Geometry Dash:

  • Top 100: Top 100 Geometry Dash Players
  • Friends: How good you are in comparison to your friends.
  • Global: Your global rank
  • Creators: The best level makers

Quests:

Completing Quests gives you Diamonds, which you can get Icons with.

3 Quests are given Daily.

Daily:

The Daily Level, completing it gives you Diamonds aswell. 1/day

Map Packs:

Every Pack includes 3 User Levels with a different Theme each.

Gauntlets:

Kind of like Map Packs but with more reward. (Diamonds, Orbs, Chests, …)

Featured:

The Featured Levels. Levels get featured by Moderators.

To get featured the level must be atleast “long”.

Hall of Fame:

No Leaderboard, Levels.

Like Featured levels but better, called “Epic”.

Search:

You can search Levels here.

You can either type the Name or the ID of the level.

Stars

Every Level, whether Main Levels or Community ones, have a special number of Stars you receive when beating them.

1 = Auto (Levels being played automatically)

2 Stars = Easy

3 Stars = Normal

4-5 Stars = Hard

6-7 Stars = Harder

8-9 Stars = Insane

10 Stars = Demon

Stars is the game’s scoring system.

Even though 10 Stars are Demon, there are different kind of Demons.

Demon Kinds:

  • Demon (General)
  • Easy Demon
  • Medium Demon
  • Hard Demon
  • Insane Demon
  • Extreme Demon

Level Editor

The Level Editor. Yes. One of the best things in this game.

Starting off with the Overview.

Main Menu:

Click the Right Button, then create.

In “Create”:

Now click “NEW” (Located in the bottom right)

Now type in the Level Name, not writing anything in it will call it “Unnamedx”

(x = Any Unused Number, example: Unnamed1, Unnamed2, …)

Then the description, if you want.

After that click the button with the Hammer and the Wrench (Left one)

Where you are now is called: “The Editor”

For short Explanation:

Video Tutorial Ready Soon!

Adding more soon…

More will be added soon.

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Tips for starters

Hello, welcome to Geometry Dash, if you decided looking up guides before beating any levels. Hi, I’ll give you some tips to make your life a bit easier.

Starting with gymmicks:

Gymmicks are introduced every few levels.

The following gymmicks are shown like this:

[Name of Gymmick] – [Level Name]

  • Cube – Stereo Madness
  • Ship – Stereo Madness
  • Ball – Cycles
  • Ufo – Theory of Everything
  • Wave – Blast Processing
  • Robot – Geometrical Dominator
  • Spider – Fingerdash

You should play these first if you want to start in the Community levels already.

[More will be here soon!]

This is it guys!! I am sure that you will love Geometry Dash Guide For Beginners that we have shared with you. We are always open to discussion and suggestions from you. Just let us what you thought about the guide in the comment section.

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