Level Information
Creator TriAxis
Difficulty Harder Harder
Stars 6Star
ID 6096419
Last updated in 1.9
Level version 1
Song name Pixelated Insanity
Play song None
Composer Error104
Song ID 541679

Gigabyte is a 1.9 Harder 6* level created by TriAxis. It uses a retro style and is the first level in his "Byte" series. It always uses a black background color and mostly uses a green object color.


The level starts off with a half-speed cube sequence that consists of basic jumps. Following it is a wave sequence in which you will have to go through an open passage.

Afterward is a mini-ship sequence where you will have to fly through pillars with two-block high holes. A very similar UFO sequence follows.

Next is another cube sequence, similar to the first one. At the end of it is a gravity ring and you will go through three gravity portals, entering a ball portal, which precedes a sequence that is quite easy.

At the end is a double-speed wave sequence, as the ship sequence except the gaps are bigger and the blocks are diagonal. In the middle of it is a gravity portal, but the rest of the sequence is almost the same as the first half. At the end of it is the conclusion of the level.

User Coins

There are three kinda easy silver user coins in this level.

  • The first coin is at the beginning of the level. After the two gravity pads, when you land on the platform, jump up over the ceiling, then jump again to reach the User Coin. Land on the ground and proceed as usual.
  • The second coin is in the sixth pillar in the ship sequence. Fly through the one square wide hole on the top instead of the hole below it to get the second User Coin. (This will be indicated by a third arrow above the usual hole.)
  • The third and final coin is in the ball segment. On the first platform, drop down to the hidden blocks instead of switching upwards. The final User coin will be there, and you can switch back up and go between the small spike and the spikes on the edge. (this takes timing!) Finish the level.


  • This is the first level of a few in TriAxis's "Byte" series, before Terabyte and Kilobyte.
  • This level has inspired ReTraY, a well known and very easy Geometry Dash level.


Geometry Dash - GigaByte by TriAxis

Geometry Dash - GigaByte by TriAxis

Credits to Jeyzor.