How to get stars in Geometry Dash using a simple guide Did you like Geometry in school? Geometry is a rather complicated science, and I believe it’s not easy for everyone, unlike the Geometry Dash. This game has quickly gained a great audience after the Flappy bird disappeared as harshly as it appeared. The popular arcade includes gaining stars to indicate your progress and that's not a quite simple process. How to get stars in Geometry Dash? Let us give you a hint. All you need to know about stars in Geometry Dash game Stars are the basic elements of the Geometry Dash that are available after the 1.3 game update. They are similar to EXP points in most of games and considering the number of users stars the list of the best players is formed. For reaching a particular number of stars, you have to hit different achievements. Stars are also used to complete quest tasks, so the more you get, the more quests you can go through. You get stars when: Pass official levels; Pass a set of levels; Pass the valuable users levels. The number of stars is estimated by the difficulty of the level you complete. The more difficult a passable level or a set of levels, the more stars you gain. Geometry Dash stars rating We’ve created a simple chart of stars rating. It shows how much stars you get per user level and official level. Difficulty level    Stars per user level Stars per official level Auto Easy Normal Hard Very hard Mad Demon 1 2 3 4-5 6-7 8-9 10   none 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-10 10-12 14-15 What is the difference between users and official levels in Geometry Dash? The Geometry Dash game based on an arcade platform, and it can look like a simple when you try it for the first time. You get a character that can only jump when you tap it and there are various platforms or geometry figures that should be passed. Now, remember the Flappy Bird or The Impossible Game. Can you say it’s easy? Moreover, there are levels to go through. Official difficulty levels are indicated by emojis that show users how difficult a particular level is to complete. In total there are 7 levels of difficulty. When you pass a level, you can gain a different number of stars, mana and diamonds spheres, depending on the level difficulty. The completed Demon levels are usually counted separately. User Levels are the levels that are created and edited by players. In the desktop Geometry Dash game version, each player can create a level using a map editor. Users are also gaining stars and diamonds for passing these levels. The user levels can be shared and published with other players. But, before publishing the creation, the author must pass his level in normal mode without using the starting point shifts in the level editor. You can see the progress of completing both official and user levels at any time in the main menu.   Continue Reading