Geometry Dash Demon Park

Geometry Dash Demon Park

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Geometry Dash Demon Park

Geometry Dash Demon Park

Geometry Dash Demon Park is an Easy Demon level rated 10 stars, created, verified, and published by M2Col (formerly MidM2coL) on October 17, 2013. Since it was the very first Demon level ever made, most players find it to be the least challenging. Also, this is the initial challenge in the Demon Pack 1. Blocks with spikes layered inside them are used in the designs. After realizing that the Demon rating, along with other illustrious levels like Cataclysm, would not exist, Sea created a GD Theory movie imagining the consequences. Demon Park was originally released as an Insane difficulty level (not rated at the time). Sea reasoned that RobTop would not have been motivated to design the Demon rating if not for Demon Park.


  • 0-27%: This level starts with a difficult normal-speed cube section. The player will need to jump over spikes, onto pillars, and deal with constant gravity changes.
  • 28-37%: Next is a confusing sequence of mirrored ships. This section is unique because it has multiple paths that cross over with one another. The player has to choose the right path and stay on it, while not getting distracted by other options.
  • 38-56%: There is another cube section. This section is just as difficult as the previous and requires basic memory skills. Jumping over spikes, a cactus-like structure and jumping across pillars with the aid of orbs is required. The gravity changes in this area will be a challenge. As the next section begins, the player will enter a blue mirror portal.
  • 57-70%: The next section is a ball segment. It starts with simple timings and then transitions to a cube section. This section makes heavy use yellow orbs in floor and ceiling as well as gravity changes. To jump over spikes, the player must use these orbs with care.
  • 71-83%: A mirrored anti-gravity sequence. You must navigate around many large structures and spikes. To clear the area, you must hit the first and second yellow pads. This is followed by a short, easy ball segment. The background is different and the player must avoid some obstacles with yellow orbs.
  • 84-100%: After completing the cube section, the player will be presented with a regular background and must then move into a more difficult cube section. First, the player must leap over many small obstacles. Everything is then simple. The background changes, and the player must perform a few simple jumps. The last section starts with a segment of mirrored balls that has a different background. This section is only two seconds long and allows for easy game play. The level is over.


  • The level password is 961031.
  • This level has 4,010 objects.
  • The height is 1m 36s.
  • This level was rated November 22, 2013.
    • It is one the five Demons that were rated simultaneously.
  • It is the oldest Easy Demon in the game.
  • This level had a section that was reused in mixed.
  • Demon Park was the first-rated Demon level. It was also the most difficult level of Geometry Dash. It was technically the first Top 1 Demon to be rated in the game's entire history.
    • It is worth noting that the Demon List was founded in 2014 by Loogiah. This simply means that 2013's levels were not all Top 1 because of the list not available at the time The hardest levels of the game were determined by.
      • Additionally, this level, along With To The Grave, Extreme Park (two harder levels), would not have been rated as Top 1 if there was a list of the most difficult levels at that time.

How to play

  • Press [up] [w] [space] [ctrl] [shift] or click to jump and to jump on yellow rings.
  • Avoid the spikes.
  • In ship mode, hold to fly up and release to fly down.
  • Hit a yellow pad to jump high.
  • Hit a blue pad to jump higher. (Missing a gravity portal)
  • For bonus points, collect the coins.
  • Press L to toggle effects. (To reduce lag)
  • Press B to toggle background. (Can also reduce lag)
  • Cloud does work, but it only records 2 scores.

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