By - Sad-Pineapple-8839
Stereo madness was difficult for 8 year old me 8 years ago
So that mean that you are 16? 🧐
clearly they're 63
Wow, you can do math.
clearly they are 0
For beginners, they are difficult (source: I was a beginner at one point and struggled with them). For more experienced players, they're a walk in the park
At what point have we gotten that this extremely simple statement needs to be remarked.
As soon as there was 1 good player who was a jerk
Breaking news: the beginner levels are for beginners
3rd coin in polargeist is still hell for me
Complete rng ngl
Tbh toe second coin harder imo
It's honestly really hard
Hardest main level coin with fingerdash wave coin
at least that coin gets consistent
if you mean the fingerdash one then yes
I can beat demons and insanes, ive been playing for 4 years, I still die on the stereo madness triple spike
Edit: We all we're beginners at one moment.
The word *difficult* is subjective, some people find this to be difficult while some don't. I find the 1st 3 levels to be easy since I've gotten way better at the game but if you are introduced at the game at first then they can be hard. People finding other levels difficult/easy isn't necessarily a bad thing since that is their own opinion and it is subjective, however having to rub their own subjective opinions into other people who disagree with them making it seem like it's objective is what's wrong.
Stereo madness took me 500 attempts
yea me too lol
you guys got under 2000?
Yooo i got 700 attempts on the seven seas
Me when ToE2 took me 11k atts (including old, but still)
Damn, I thought 6.8k on Deadlocked was a lot
*it took me 8k*
At least you don't have 16k on Bloodbath for 11% (I did a long ass practice run when my hardest was the nightmare + play it when I'm bored)
My first many were 2k atts, I have about 10k attempts from 1.9/2.0
Took me around 1800 attempts.
I spent months trying to beat it and it took around 2800 attempts.
Let’s be honest. Doing Stereo Madness in practice mode is the easiest way to fall asleep.
you should tell that to npesta
It’s a hard game, especially as a mobile one. Mobile games like this have been lost to time, surprised RobTop hasn’t released Geometry Dash 2 with a 400 level campaign and ad-based energy system.
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Once you beat stereo madness for the first time, beating every level until cant let go is pretty chill. Cant let go was the first level to cause me some real trouble when i was a begginer, but again when i managed to beat it, jumper seemed easier, and then time machine utterly destroyed me. Then cycles seemed easier, xstep got a little harder, and then clutterfunk destroyed me again. Clutterfunk was the level that really ironed out my skills with harder levels at first
Hey are you sure you're not my clone from the closest parallel universe? You literally described how the first 10 went for me.
ill take it a step further ToE was easy electroman adventures was a bit harder and electrodynamix fucking destroyed me probably like how it destroyed that guy hexagon force was a bit easier
yeah i could have gone all the way to Toe2 (since i started on 1.9) but i didnt want to be dense
That sounds like a skill issue tbh
RobTop calls them easy, judging by the difficulty face...
I think the one triple spike section alone makes stereo madness harder than back on track for some reason
I died more than I would like to admit on Can’t Let Go
I have 1200 attemps on cant let go on mobile and a grand total of one attempt on pc
when i started gd at the age of 10 it took me 15 attemps to beat the first 3 levels…
I started at 12 and it took me a week to beat back on track
back on track in a week is incredible considering that it's an extre-
U are so cool and so good now beat slaughterhouse
IT TOOK ME A MONTH TO BEAT STEREO MADNESS
Only 15??? It’s taken me almost 200 attempts just to get 56% of the way through stereo madness
well, some people just get the gist of it *very quickly*, no need to worry, just human nature.
Stereo Madness is hard but once you beat that the others just kind of fall into place.
Back on Track is just like Acheron, but harder because of the mental game. Maybe someone will verify it someday…
Goofy ass post
Yea they're difficult for babies
Its not that hard, took me 130 att for stereo madness, then went ahead and beat back on track in 10 attempts, polargeist in 25, and dry out in 40.
NOW TIME MACHINE, Why did this stupid level take me 3050 attempts first time i beat it.
bro these levels were so hard for me and they still are now
Bro hasn't aged. Not in a good way
ngl the struggle is also upon perspective
Cause like stereo madness felt like a struggle but it took only a few hundred
now ppf is the only level I struggled with lately and it took 12000
What is ppf?
Plasma Pulse Finale
Stereomadness has squashed double spikes tho
It’s like saying running 10 km is easy, sure it is for some people who do it often, but for a beginner it’s really difficult and takes a lot of time to do.
Breaking news: New players find easier levels harder than experienced players.
What? No way, it's almost as if you have to start somewhere and can't just magically become a god with no prior experience.
They were difficult when i was 8,now they are pretty ez
Stereo madness took me around a month when I first got the game on my tablet
I struggled beating the first few levels when I started, then I discovered practice mode, and by chaining practice runs, you get used to the level, and it feels very easy in the end
Everyone has to start somewhere.
The meltdown levels were crazy hard for me and when i moved to the main game the first three were a walk in the park
i went from stereo madness to fingerdash (fluke).
That's my comment over there. Just wow. I still stand by what I said though. How hard is it to jump over a couple of spikes?
First starting out, my heart started going berserk when it turned red on stereo madness
I took about a day to beat stereo madness the first time and back on track took me only a few hours. Dry out didn't take that long, and can't let go took me a long time, like more than 2 days.
The learning curve in GD really did make the first levels challenging to beat.
Mf forgot that youre bad when you start💀
You only struggle if you are very young or new to gaming. When I was like 6 or 7 or whatever I was when I first opened the game I struggled with stereo madness because of the last spike platform before the ship. Back on track and polargeist are free there are no triples.
A couple years later I reinstalled the game and thought the main levels were free up to time machine. I beat it on getting a new phone in 1 attempt so I dont know how long it took. The cycles ship thing got consistent fast too.
I think the easiest way to get good is to do practice runs of harder levels. I had like 1000 attempts on electrodynamix before starting it.
it doesnt help that, despite being given the “easy” rating, stereo madness and back on track are far more difficult than the 2 and 3 star levels of today
looks like an skill issue 😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎
Stereo Madness is the hardest level in all geometry dash. Nobody can change my mind.
Stereo Madness VERIFIED! 20K ATT.!!!! (hard for beginners, 1 att for ok players (no demons beated))
The first time i opened the game, Stereo Madness felt like a life goal. This was 2018. Today i have 100% on all levels
i thought they were pretty easy. dry out felt impossible though.
Tbh when i played main levels for the first time, i wasn't struggling until cant let go, but that's probably because i have played gd world before
Well I guess I have no brain :|
Nah bro I beat stereo madness in like 50 attempts the first time it was never hard
25% of people who buyed it on steam didnt beat back on track so i guess its kinda difficult
They are literally "easy" and "normal"
I cant agree with this one because I firsttried polargeist on mobile as a complete beginner
But they’re really not, I can beat every single robtop level in one attempts each now
You've beaten an insane demon, ofc you can beat Stereo Madness in 1 attempt
yes they fucking are you pleb
the only reason it was difficult for me was because i was literally a child when first playing the game, and tbh based monster
stfu extreme demon beatin ass + still hard + L = everyone starts somewhere man
yes, i acknowledged that iirc, but im confident anyone can beat the first few levels easily