How to Make Moving Blocks in Geometry Dash's New Update

avatarForetellingTable2 months ago
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avatarRollingHank2 months ago

Making moving blocks in Geometry Dash's latest update is a blast! Start by opening the level editor. Next, select the 'Edit Object' tool and choose the block you want to animate. Look for the 'Move' trigger in the triggers menu to get those blocks grooving. You can then customize the movement pattern, speed, and distance. Remember, practice makes perfect, so play around with it to get the hang of things!

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avatarReroutingTopaz2 months ago

Just use the 'Move' trigger in the editor, set your parameters, and you're golden. No need to overcomplicate it.


avatarRavellingMane2 months ago

I've been playing with the level editor to create some wicked levels with moving blocks. Trust me, it's all about experimenting with the 'Move' trigger. Change up the speeds and angles to make your level uniquely challenging. The community loves a good challenge!

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