Just like any other game, Geometry Dash also has difficulty levels. These levels can range from Auto to Extreme Demons. The difficulty of a level can sometimes be set by the community. The way people rate a difficulty of level is known as Difficulty Rating Spectrum. Due to this rating system, players can already figure out how hard a level is gonna be by looking at the difficulty. In this guide we’ll tell you about all the difficulty levels.
Here are all the difficulty levels in Geometry Dash:
This is the lowest difficulty in the spectrum. To beat this difficulty, you have to do literally nothing. As the name explains, the levels are Auto. They require no input by the player to beat them.
|Auto||Levels that require no input from the player, as they play automatically.|
These levels are not rated. Unrated levels are pretty easy to do as these have simple obstacles and nothing can kill you.
|Unrated||Levels not officially rated, generally easy with simple obstacles.|
The first playable difficulty is the Easy. The levels in this difficulty were not very hard, but they did have a bit of gameplay. However, that has changed as there is barely anything in these levels that can kill you.
|Easy||Entry-level difficulty with relatively simple gameplay.|
This difficulty is slightly harder than Easy. Levels in Normal difficulty start to flow into some challenging parts, but still are pretty easy to beat.
|Normal||Slightly harder than Easy, introducing more challenges but still manageable.|
Hard difficulty challenges the player a little. The levels in this difficulty have tighter spaces and may require memorization in some levels.
|Hard||Features tighter spaces and may require some level of memorization.|
This is the difficulty in which the levels get challenging for players. Most of the levels in Harder difficulty require practice which can be done in Practice Mode.
|Harder||Levels that pose a significant challenge, often requiring practice in Practice Mode.|
This difficulty is the most challenging Non-Demon difficulty. Most levels in Insane difficulty require a lot of practice and decent skills.
|Insane||Highly challenging non-demon difficulty, demanding practice and decent skills.|
These are one of the most commonly seen demon-difficulties in the game. Easy Demon difficulty is meant to be the stepping stone into harder demon difficulties for new players.
|Easy Demon||Commonly seen demon-difficulty meant as an introduction to harder demon levels.|
This difficulty is a bit more challenging as compared to Easy Demon. It can also be a little trickier, especially for the new players. Medium Demon is also the most commonly seen difficulty.
|Medium Demon||Slightly more challenging than Easy Demon, can be trickier especially for newer players.|
These are the demons that really start to challenge a player. Hard Demon requires a lot more skill then Easy or even Medium Demon difficulties. Not a lot of players reach this difficulty.
|Hard Demon||Requires more skill than Easy or Medium Demon, a considerable step-up in difficulty.|
These are even more challenging than the Hard Demons. Insane Demons can be fairly harder than Hard Demons and are even undoable for most of the players that have reached Hard Demon difficulty.
|Insane Demon||Significantly harder than Hard Demons, often very challenging and undoable for many players.|
This is the most challenging Demon difficulty out of all the Demon difficulties. Extreme Demon is the last and the hardest difficulty. Every player that reaches this difficulty dreams of beating even a singular level in this difficulty but, unfortunately a very few players actually beats this difficulty.
|Extreme Demon||The pinnacle of difficulty, the hardest category where very few players succeed, dreams of beating these levels.|
These are all the difficulties in Geometry Dash. Hopefully we helped you learn something new. Thanks for reading and Have Fun!