Certain arcade platformers are popular due to their speed and pace. Anyone is capable of remembering SEGA's Sonic or other PC titles such as Jazz Jackrabbit or Zool, in which the speed of the characters was yet another obstacle within the game. The same thing happens in Geometry Dash Lite, a hit on both iPhone and iPad, as well as Android smartphones and tablets in APK format.
An all-round classic platform video game
Maybe because you've already played or maybe because you've seen walkthroughs on YouTube and other sites, you definitely know this game that brings together all the basic ingredients of any classic: a simple goal, 2D settings and loads of obstacles to be surpassed. That's exactly what this video game offers in an environment in when geometry and polygons are the main characters.
One of the greatest hits on Apple's App Store.
As we said, the game takes you around its settings at a constant devilish speed and you can't do anything else apart from tapping the screen to jump. On your way, you'll come across elements to be unlocked that will help you to defy the laws of gravity, as well as other gifts to customize your character.
- Platform game that's played to the rhythm of the music.
- Unlock icons and colors to customize the main character.
- Ride rockets and defy gravity whenever necessary.
- Play the practice mode to improve your skills.
- Enjoy a soundtrack specially written for the occasion.
We can't deny it. It's a game that can end up being quite frustrating. However, it's also tremendously addictive and very entertaining.
How many Geometry Dashes are there?
This is the Lite version of the original game which you have to pay for to download. However, due to great success of this title, not only have they developed versions for different platforms (Android, iOS, and Windows PC), but also sequels to the very first game. We're talking about World and Meltdown, the essence of which hardly varies from the first installment, but offer us different modes to access the game's levels and worlds.
Therefore, taking into account the first Geometry Dash and this variation, there's a total of four games for iPhone and iPad. Do you know how many hours of play and entertainment that involves? It's almost an endless saga that you'll have to spend days on end playing to unveil all its secrets and achievements. Can you manage?