Take control of a cute cube in Dash and start with thrilling adventures in the endless world. Overcome obstacles and collect items to increase your score. The game is developed by Martin Magni and has similar gameplay to regular Geometry Dash games. I am extremely impressed with the sound that this game brings, don't know how to describe it, but listening to it is pleasant and attractive.
It can be said that when playing you will need 100% mid-range to observe correctly, the box will move quickly and will not automatically stop when passing through retaining walls or dangerous deep holes. So you need to be very focused on opening your eyes to move the box shape flexibly.
The objective is to dash constantly towards the right, while jumping over certain obstacles that are in your way. If you hit an obstacle such as a spike or platform edge, it's game over for you. However, there are other entities in the game that will help you along the way. Jetpacks, for example, allow you to fly over the map for sustained air time. You can tap repeatedly or hold a touch to stay in the air. Toggle bridges change the stage upon tapping. You need to be careful with your timing when tapping the switch bridge, as it can make the bridge visible or invisible. Arrows will change the direction in which you dash. A rightward arrow will reverse your direction, and an upward arrow will effectively invert gravity. Jump boosts will give you another bounce, and they're shown as spinning yellow squares. The game requires quick reflexes and good timing to dash, jump, and fly your way through the obstacles and reach the end of the stage.