As a horizontal rhythm game, Geometry Dash Lite is a blast to play. The goal of the game is to make it through dangerous tunnels and over spiked barriers by using acrobatic jumping and flying moves. No matter how much it annoys you, you'll keep coming back for more.
How to play
The game's mechanics and controls are really elementary. The player's task is to make sure their character doesn't get stuck or fall through any holes in the environment while the character keeps going ahead automatically. It's accomplished by tapping the screen to cause the protagonist to leap into the air. You'll also get to ride rockets. Indeed, there are sections of the game in which you may get on a rocket and soar into the air. Try to stay away from the spikes that cover the ground and ceiling.
Keep tapping, and your character will keep jumping, which is useful if you have to clear a series of obstacles all at once. Because of the rhythmic nature of this game, the beats and rhythm will sync up with the moment when you need to make a leap.
There are several possible cosmetic upgrades for your character.
There are several different stages to play through.
Ride rockets into the air and steer clear of ground and ceiling hazards.
A level editor allows players to design and share their own custom levels.
Spacebar/Up Arrow = Leap
Keep Pressing Space/Up Arrow to Perform a Sequence of Jumps
The Up Arrow means to direct the car upwards.
When you see a down arrow, that means you should direct your car downward.