RobTop Games released Geometry Dash Meltdown for Android and iOS in late December, a game which promises to be yet another exciting installment in the Geometry Dash series, with more spikes and monsters than (ever) thought possible. This game allows you to jump, fly, and flip your way through caverns, dodging spikes along the way. You’ll get a chance to “fly rockets (and) flip gravity,” and if that feels too overwhelming for you, the game also comes with practice mode, allowing you to hone your skills. And just in case you’re new to the series and missed the clues the first time around, this is an action platformer in terms of its genre.
We’re not saying this is a game with a steep learning curve, but if you’re just starting out, you may be wondering how you can make the most out of things and make as much progress as possible. Never fear, because we’ve come up with some useful Geometry Dash Meltdown tips and tricks that can give you the head start you need in this game.
1. Play With Music And Sounds On
Some players feel that music and sounds distract them too much from the flow of things, but if you’re a beginner getting your feet wet, it might actually be a better idea for you to play with music and sounds. There’s a reason why RobTop emphasizes the game’s soundtrack as a selling point, and that’s because the levels do, in a way, correspond with the beat of the background music. That could help you get that all-important rhythm, though you shouldn’t always move to the music, especially during simpler jumps. Use this technique for harder, consecutive jumps, though, and you’ll likely do fine.
2. Go For The Coins
All of the levels in Geometry Dash Meltdown have giant-sized coins scattered around them. You should definitely chase after them if the opportunity seems right, but then again, don’t go after them if they’re too far off from you. But keep in mind where you saw them, so that way you could collect them when you replay levels.
3. Take Occasional Breaks
We’re really going to the basics here, but there are times when things may become really frustrating for you – that may be because you’re playing while tired. Take a rest for a bit and return to the game feeling refreshed, with a clearer frame of mind and better ability to concentrate on the levels.
4. Practice Mode Does Help
Fortunately for you, there is a way to get yourself sufficiently prepared for a redo if you’re having a hard time with a level. We’re referring to none other than practice mode, which allows you to play through the same level of your choice, but with the option to lay green diamonds down as checkpoints. This allows you to mark those tricky parts of a level, and remember where you have to start off or continue. Playing in practice mode also allows you to unlock some customization options, so it’s really worth it to practice every now and then.
This is our collection of Geometry Dash Meltdown tips and tricks. In case you know more hints for this exciting new game, be sure to let us know!