What not to put in your Geometry Dash level

avatarAttendingStoke2 months ago
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avatarDislikingTramp2 months ago

Avoid anything that's overly chaotic or impossible to navigate. Players love a challenge, but if your level feels more like a troll than a test of skills, it's gonna get skipped. Keep it tough but fair!

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avatarBakingAlert2 months ago

Impossibly hard sections. Sure, Geometry Dash is known for its difficulty, but there's a fine line between challenging and downright frustrating. If a section requires frame-perfect jumps with no room for error, maybe tone it down a bit.


avatarCorsetingJoke2 months ago

Sparse checkpoints. Especially in longer levels, make sure to give players fair checkpoints. Nothing is more infuriating than nailing a difficult part only to die and start over from way back.


avatarDezincingBrute2 months ago

Excessive dead ends or misleading paths. It's cool to have some surprises, but if players feel cheated by the level design, they won't enjoy it. Keep it challenging, but also rewarding.


avatarAutocancellingWeek2 months ago

Do NOT overuse flashing lights or rapidly changing backgrounds. It鈥檚 not just a design choice; it's about keeping the game accessible. Some players are sensitive to these effects, so moderation is key.

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