Don't you worry, I know my memes, I keep up to date: promise. Whilst many Conclusion. Theory of Everything 2 is my favourite level so far. 8: Geometry Dash - "Deadlocked" % Complete [All Coins] "Geometry dash" level 18 - Theory of Everything 2 (%) by AleXPain  The principal game, Geometry Dash, it is a rhythm-based platforming game The objective of the game is to complete a level by reaching its end; however, if the 3 demon levels: 10 unlock Clubstep, 20 unlock Theory Of Everything 2, and 30 .  There are four free versions of the game, one being "Geometry Dash.
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One example of this increasing can be seen in the level "Decode", by Rek3dge. Levels Main levels Geometry Dash features 21 official levels, 18 of which are playable from the start. Each level grants rewards upon completion.
These secret coins are used to unlock 3 demon levels: Online levels can get even harder than the official levels, as repeatedly proven by the creators of these online levels. Over time, the "difficulty cap" has risen and risen to reach new heights each update, especially in 2.
Levels are classified by difficulty, from Easy to Insane Demon; in order of the levels' addition to the game, somewhat but not completely in order of difficulty.
The stars represent the difficulty and the number of stars the player gets when completing that level. Also, official levels are worth more stars than custom levels. For example, Demon levels are rated 14 as in Clubstep and Theory of Everything 2 to 15 stars as in Deadlocked for official levels, but only 10 stars in the custom ones. Geometry Dash has a practice mode that can be used for any level. Checkpoints are available in this mode, allowing the player to restart at checkpoints instead of the very beginning.
Custom levels In addition to the 21 official levels, the game also has custom levels. To access these custom levels, the player must have the full version.
Notable objects that can be used include blocks, rings, jump pads, portals, spikes, and user coins. Coins that are verified can be collected for new icons, or they can be used to unlock the vault.
A level can be verified in separate attempts such as completing a run through in one attempt and then collecting coins in another; however any changes made to the level will make it unverified.
These levels can either have the same music already in the game or custom music from Newgrounds. As similar to the official levels, user-created levels are classified by difficulty, which is decided by RobTop, by players or "level mods" who can send a level to RobTop to be rated. Unlike official levels, they cannot be played offline unless they were previously downloaded. The player can also unlock other customization features, namely a selection of trails behind icons, a secondary color glow around the icon's black border, and death effects.
The first one can be unlocked by getting 10 silver verified user coins, the second by getting 50 diamonds, and the third with an emblem obtainable from the shop hidden the treasure room in turn obtainable with diamonds.
The first one is in the icon select menu, and the other two can be unlocked by using diamonds. Whilst many people hate the mini wave in Deadlocked, I quite like it. Similarly, I like the mini wave in ToE2.
I've only ever gone through this part twice, so believe me when I say it's easy.
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Easier than it looks To end the level, ToE2 throws a few orbs at you, but all you need to do is continuously tap, then slide to victory on the mouth of an uprooted worm. Actually, don't tap in front of the spikes Coins The first coin is, at the best of times, irritating to get.
It's in plain sight, but the entrance is - you guessed it - invisible. Along with the upside down double speed ship, the tight space and necessary straight fly is difficult to master altogether, so good luck. That entrance is tiny: O ToE2's second coin is located in one of those easy wave parts.Geometry Dash! "THEORY OF EVERYTHING 2" COMPLETADO 100% #26 - TheGrefg
Unfortunately, I haven't ever attempted to collect this coin, so I don't personally know hpw hard it is to get, however many people have ranked it as one of the toughest coins in the official levels, even surpassing Clubstep's second coin and Deadlocked's first coin.
Saying this, you may not struggle with any of these three; I only struggle with ToE2's. Finally, the third coin is by far the simplest to get. I collected it by accident during my first playthrough of the level, leading to my completion having one out of three coins collected.
It's easier to collect the coin than to not, so I highly recommend going for this coin. Jump on the yellow orb that has a cross on it Decoration Where to start The abundance of invisible blocks make this level more difficult than it would be otherwise, and also provide a nice aesthetic that has previously been unobserved.