Geometry Dash Lite

Geometry Dash Lite

There are many ways in which you can attract attention on Google Play and offering original games is one of them. Geometry Dash Lite appears to be one such game trying to get you by offering future-like graphics and challenging gameplay.

The first thing that will get your attention when it comes to this game is that everything there is square. Everything follows some strict geometry rules, a fact, which is directly connected to the name of the game. We have to say, however, that the developers of the game have gone a bit too far as the main menu of the app has become confusing due to these square, rectangular, etc. shapes everywhere. The gameplay is simple – you have to guide your character and make it avoid various deadly obstacles but this is the place to say that playing the game is difficult; it is just too challenging right from the start. On the other hand the graphics and sound you will get are decent and will do the job. Geometry Dash Lite will surely kill some time but you may not be satisfied with it due to the difficult gameplay. On the other hand the app is free but if you want to get more content you can always purchase the paid version of this game.

Geometry Dash Lite can be found here on Google Play if you are interested in this app.

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