Geometry Dash Fan Wiki

The Geometry Dash Fan Wiki enforces several policies applying to behaviour and the use of site features. This extends across all local namespaces as well as the Chat and Discussions platforms.

This wiki abides by Fandom's policy, requiring full compliance on behalf of its users.

Other policies can be found in Community Central.

A user who displays unacceptable conduct may be blocked by an administrator in response to their behaviour, preventing them from editing and performing other actions. Valuing common sense is the underlying principle in avoiding being blocked. Everyone, including staff, is subject to compliance by the content stated in this section.

  • Staff have complete authority in determining a block's duration based on the misconduct displayed.
  • Warnings are issued to inform a user of their violation of the policy where it is considered that they were oblivious of their actions.
  • Block duration will increase with subsequent blocks.
  • Blocks may be reduced or lifted at any time without notification.

As a way for staff to be in control of the content that the community add to the wiki daily, the staff require that articles match relevance criteria to determine significant attributes of the subject in question so people can describe them as their common interest, therefore showing relevancy, and thus be a viable consideration for having an article created about it. Any member who believes in good faith that the staff has wrongly removed an article will have to file a claim to any of the administrators of the wiki, whom will try their best to respond as soon as possible. Manners, cordiality and respect are strictly necessary when doing so, else the staff will not deliver a response regarding the subject article.


1. Levels: Articles about levels that the community often refer to, are main objectives of the game (e.g., Map Packs and Gauntlet levels), are the creation of very important people within the game (e.g., Spike Spike by RobTop), and a large group of the community recognizes. 2. Users: Articles about users; their subject should have either accomplished something of notoriety, or exhibited a notable reputation, at the current point in time, or any point in the past who may have since receded from active visibility, such that makes them of importance to the community or historically. 2.1. Crews or groups: Articles about groups of people founded to share knowledge of the game (e.g., achievements, user coins), creating levels or contests approved by the game staff (e.g., Icon Contest by Viprin, Etzer and Michigun) and the likes of building and verifying levels. 3. Features and/or third party: A group of content related to the base game that exploit, change, enhance and the likes of which that people can explain and are of relevancy to the game’s development and user integration (e.g., FPS Bypass). We note that we bound changes to happen in accordance to the game changes and creator choices. The staff will delete articles which appear to be of promotional material and of intangible encyclopedic value.   ADMISSION For level articles: a) Level articles guaranteed to stay are articles about levels found on Map Packs, Gauntlets, the Official Demon list and RobTop’s account. a.1. Historically significand and/or relevant levels such as Level Easy or The Nightmare. a.2. Levels that showcase objectively remarkable decoration and gameplay. a.2.1. Levels with a minimum 100,000 downloads. a.2.2. Levels of extraordinary difficulty or otherwise referred to as Extreme Demon. a.3. Levels which marked an era (e.g., Cataclysm), a trend (e.g., Nine Circles) or were a focal point of discussion for a large amount of time for reasons such as difficulty and completion possibility (e.g., Ice Carbon Diablo X), sparking controversy or considerable interest from the community. a.4. Levels created by a significant group of people or crew (e.g., Supersonic and Zap). a.4.1. If the group of people or crew are not of community recognition, the level must comply with the points presented on a.2, a.2.1 and a.2.2. a.5. Levels that were once impossible to complete and are now legitimately verified with video proof. a.6. Levels that do not require third-party software to complete. b) For user articles: c) User articles guaranteed to stay are articles about high-profile users (e.g., Viprin and GuitarHeroStyles), relevant in-game moderators and game influencers (e.g., TriAxis). c.1. Content creators (on any platform) with good reputation and historical involvement (e.g., EricVanWilderman). c.1.1. In the case of content creators, should they not be of community recognition, they must: c.1.1.1. Have their achievements archived in a streaming platform such as YouTube or Twitch. c.1.1.2. Have achieved a stable user base and have an average of at least 70 viewers. c.1.1.3. Have completed a minimum of 10 Extreme Demon Levels or 50 Demon levels from the Official Demon List. c.2. Creators of numerous levels found on Map Packs or Gauntlets. c.2.1. Level creators that figure among the Top 100 on the game’s scoreboard. c.3. People who represent the game’s history and have worked alongside the founder, or close to those who did so. c.4. Individuals who have completed multiple levels of extraordinary difficulty. c.4.1. Individuals that were among the first to complete many difficult demons. c.5. Individuals related to the development of the game through the use of software to improve performance/stability or facilitate the completion of tasks such as level verification (e.g., AbsoluteGamer’s FPS Bypass and mgostIH’s NoClip). If a user wishes to create an article, whether it is about a player or a level, it must at least showcase a brief, understandable description of the subject, a concise history segment. For levels, • The game modes time marks must be written (e.g., 0:00 to 0:29, 0:29 to 0:40, 0:40 to 1:35). • The number of objects must be written on the trivia. • The infobox must be completed.   PROHIBITION General purposes: a) Articles created with the purpose of vandalizing the wiki. b) Articles that are not written in English. b.1. Articles with improper use of the English language. For level articles: c) Articles created with the purpose of self-promotion. c.1. Self-promotion will be allowed if the level complies with the points presented on the admission segment of the policy. d) Articles about levels that have not been released, regardless of the information provided by the creators of said level. For user articles: e) Articles created with the purpose of self-promotion. f) Articles created with the intention of revealing private information, defaming or belittling an individual. g) Articles about individuals with little viewer base with no notable achievements. g.1. Articles about individuals whom despite having notable achievements, don’t have their achievements archived on streaming platforms to verify the integrity of the completions. g.2. Articles about individuals whom despite having notable achievements and having their achievement archived on streaming platforms, have questionable video proof and little viewer base to verify the integrity of the completions.

EXT In the matter of deletions, it is important for the staff to make sure that all the articles, media and content submitted to the wiki are in good standing for those who view them, which includes the public acceptance of said content, and the understanding of the morals that shaped Geometry Dash’s community and the game. This wiki functions as an information source for the public about Geometry Dash and its related content, and the information within it must be kept focused on the matter. However, in many cases, the addition of several media or information may not be morally correct and clash with the values of those who read the wiki, such as: • Intimate details of an individual • Accusations of illegal activities • Claims that affect an individual’s public stance • Expressing subjective or objective discontent for an individual’s choices • Community’s animosity towards an individual The existence of these in an article, depending on the severity of the claim (legality of actions) will result in the removal of the article, or the segment. The criteria that constitutes the severity of actions are as follows: • Severe: claims of illegal activities that affect minors, minorities, and the physical and mental health of people. All acts of felonies fall under this category. • Mild: claims of irregular activities that constitute a virtual risk to the subject in question and the people around them, and the encouragement of said actions. • Light: claims of actions that do not pose a threat to the people around them and claims of personal choices that don’t represent a substantial shift in community’s opinion towards the individual, such as issues in real life. Severe claims will result in the deletion of the article altogether. Mild claims will result in a protected article.

Light claims will result in a rewording of the article.

Pages may be deleted without warning or marked for deletion by members of the community. Articles that meet these criteria are, but not limited to:

  • Articles completely unrelated to Geometry Dash or of low significance
  • Articles that showcase uncompleted level designs
  • Articles that showcase unrated levels as a form of advertisement of their own. If a user wishes to create an article of their level, they ought to create a complete draft of their article in their Sandbox for further approval by the staff
  • Articles that display a scarcity of data
  • Articles in which the person starred is not of importance. If a user wishes to create an article of their persona, they ought to create a complete draft of their article in their Sandbox for further approval by the staff
  • Articles created out of misconduct
  • Articles that are repeated

Files link various types of media and can be found at their respective categories: images and videos. All uploads to the wiki are required to contribute towards article and user development. At the Deletion Log, the following reasons are mentioned:

  • Unused or insignificant: A file related to Geometry Dash but is of low significance
  • Duplicated: A file duplicate
  • Inappropriate: A file which violates policy standards.
  • Corrupted: A file that does not function or display correctly
  • Illegal: A file that carries illegal material or violates copyright
  • Other reason: Any other reason at staff's discretion
If you believe a file has been deleted without good reason or by mistake, you may enquire a staff member.