Pain In My Asperger's

Solo Show · the jack fry solo workshops · Ages 16+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America

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Review by ALAN MONTGOMERY

January 12, 2023
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tagged as: jumping

What I liked

As you progress in geometry dash lite, each level has a distinct atmosphere. The first level, for example, is titled “Stereo Madness” and contains a variety of stereotypical obstacles. The third level, Polargeist, requires you to continue jumping while performing double and triple jumps to increase your height and distance.

All of the obstacles in this enjoyable jumping game consist of geometric shapes, including triangles, squares, and other shapes. There are numerous outstanding obstacles, orbs to collect, and lightning to avoid.
This game is extremely difficult, but that is also what makes it so engaging. The player has the option between normal and training settings. Completing a level is difficult, and your success rate is the only metric that matters. In addition to requiring a great deal of patience and multiple attempts, the game also keeps track of how many times you’ve failed.

What I didn't like

The 2D graphics in Geometry Dash Lite are adequate. Even though there is excellent music, everything is quite simple and uncomplicated.

My overall impression

Geometry Dash Lite is a jumping game in which you must clear geometric obstacles using your own character.

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