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Visible Ray
Visible Ray
Level Information
Creator KrampuX (host), Mayb3e, Non4med, Vismuth, DemN, Cyrpediem, ThorMode, Dister K, Hobbyboat, Xerabii, 1234, Dark Boshy, Spica, Ekko IV, Mulpan, Renovatio, Sousland, KeiAs, Senousia, MoonlightEVE, Hanavi, Ticky, LioLeo, and Dominator (Verified by Seturan)
Difficulty Extreme Demon Extreme Demon
Stars 10Star
ID 48267315
Last updated in 2.1
Level version 1
Soundtrack
Song name Explore the Core
Play song None
Composer DJVI
Song ID 567778

Visible Ray is a 2.0/2.1 South Korean Extreme Demon mega-collaboration hosted by KrampuX and verified by Seturan on August 15, 2018.[1] It is currently #8 on the Official Geometry Dash Demon List, above Plasma Pulse Finale (#9) and below Arctic Lights (#7).

History

Visible Ray has a long history. According to some reports, its creation dates back to 2016 in Update 2.0, but it was finished in the summer of 2017.

Seturan proceeded to verify it, on September 16, 2017, progress run from 61-94% was uploaded on Seturan's YouTube channel.[2] However, he did not make any new progress runs for a long time (although during that time Seturan beat Digital Descent and became the first in Korea to beat Digital Descent[3]), but on November 19, he uploaded a video with a progress run of 33%,[4] and on December 31 he got a new record of 44%. In the video description, he stated that he had considered nerfing the level, but he will never pass it onto another person.[5]

On February 11, 2018, Seturan uploaded a video showcasing the final version of Visible Ray. In the video description, he predicted that it may be as difficult as Gamma.[6] After a long period of inactivity on June 8, he achieved an incredible 61% on the level.[7] Just over a month later on July 13, he got a new best of 86%.[8]

Just two days later on July 15, Seturan achieved a devastating 92% by crashing into the last thorns, to which he reacted very violently.[9] However, exactly one month later on August 15, he verified Visible Ray for his final achievement after 32,731 attempts.[1]

Gameplay

  • 0-5% (KrampuX/Mayb3e): The level begins with several parts of a cube and a ball, interrupted several times by a wave and a UFO. Here it is just to get confused because of the corresponding gameplay, which includes eternal narrowness and hell timings. In general, both parts can be called decorated in the old WOOGI style, in the second one it will be especially felt due to the abundance of non-modern objects in several layers.
  • 5-10% (Non4med): Here the decoration has already become more saturated. All black, and around a lot of shining multicolored sparks. Here again, the wave and the UFO mostly alternate, but in the usual size. But the nightmarish narrow passages with a constant change of gravity complicates the passage. Here the screen closes the name of the level, and many rays of different colors begin to “dance” on it.
  • 12-14% (Vismuth): also quite a colorful part with rainbow neon rays, pulsating circles in the background and special moving blocks exclusively from version 2.0 - in fact, neither from the earlier nor the later. As for the gameplay, the form of the robot dominates with constant jump calculations.
  • 14-17% (DemN): The design has become basic. Re-used 2.0 blocks and nothing more. There is a chain of completely locked up stages of a robot, a ship, a ball, and sometimes a UFO, always in a confined space. There are a lot of moving blocks.
  • 17-21% (Cyrpediem): The music starts to accelerate, and you go through an incredibly complex wave stage with screen reversals and a change in gravity. In the background, you can see a blob of neon rays changing its color.
  • 21-25% (ThorMode): Gameplay has become much faster in time with the soundtrack. So it flies through several parts of the cube, the waves and the UFO with the ship, and everywhere it is necessary to observe timing and to click extremely often. The decoration is still old, but it looks good: the first bright notes appear.
  • 26-30% (Dister K): You will become a ball, which will later be split in two. Part tangled, there are a lot of fake blocks. By the end, the active rotation of the screen will begin, and the character will be a double UFO and a ship. Splits are not too complicated, because they do not last long. The decor is poor and quite old; The color scheme consists of dark green shades.
  • 30-35% (Hobbyboat/Xerabii): Short stages of the ship, waves, sometimes a cube or UFO, as well as a ball or a robot. The gameplay is not very unique, narrow spaces and size changes are complex. But the design has become better at times: everywhere there is a beautiful multi-colored neon gloss with pulsating objects. Not bad block design.
  • 35-38% (1234): Split a ball, and then a cube, and then a single cube. Both bifurcations are short-lived, but rather are rather locked up. Everything is done in shades of gray and beauty does not shine.
  • 38-43% (Dark Boshy): Bifurcation again, this time a cube and later a robot. The size does not change, but the gameplay is rather confusing. The scenery is basic, red and black. Next is one of the best parts of the mega-collaboration. We play with a mixture of a robot and a spider, and after one spider, and everything finally makes us happy: everything is taken from the current version 2.1, namely, just the spider mode and the abundance of arrow spheres. Of course, you need to be extremely attentive here, because there are a lot of thorns, and there are timings on the spheres. The gap between not the best moments in the colorful Modern style is made. The background is gray, and there is actually a rainbow circle with the name of the demon, a colorful border around the edges.
  • 43-47% (Spica): A series of stages where everything meets once: a wave, a robot, a ball, a ship; besides the missing UFO with a spider and a cube that you have already played two times. Again, boring, zamymingovany gameplay and basic decor.
  • 48-51% (Ekko IV): Multiple parts, similar to each other by frequent size changes and eternal enclosed spaces simultaneously with timings. Here it is proposed to pass a couple of parts of the robot, the waves and the cube, and once a ship with a ball. The speed is not so high. The design has improved again: the similarity of LazerBlitz came along, only everything is already black, and there are many brighter, brighter, multi-colored lines against the black background.
  • 51-54% (Mulpan): The most famous of all the participants, in this mega-collaboration, Mulpan did not the most interesting part: it consists of only two stages: the ship and the UFO, and the aisles are not so narrow, although there are decreasing portals. Everything is gray, and in the background, you can see a Chinese character which means "ray" or "light".
  • 54-62% (Renovatio/Sousland/KeiAs): A new series of change of forms. In the beginning, a robot and a ship are often encountered, and sometimes a part of a wave or a cube follows between them. The gameplay has not changed much, and the differences appeared in that the reduced wave is now not uncommon, although it went even in a double wave on the part of Ekko IV. By the end of this group, the spider will also become more frequent, where timings and narrow passages will be difficult at the same time. The speed is huge, so here you have to click very often. Fortunately, the parts have been decorated modernly: the first one again returns that same iridescent gloss, and in the last two the style generally becomes very unusual, reminding LazerBlitz and neon, again with very bright colors.
  • 63-73% (Senousia): One of the best part of the Visible Ray. It is executed unsurpassedly original - Core style is simply flawless here. By adopting a "digital" view, it gives a certain computer theme. Colors change from purple to green and from green to yellow and brown. Good as a block design, and design even thorns. The gameplay consists of several stages, which you should divide into two groups: the robot and the ship in the usual size go to the first, the spider with the UFO in a reduced state go to the second.
  • 73-77% (MoonlightEVE): A short split where the cube and the spider are mixed. There are a lot of jump orbs and timings, so it is very easy to get confused.
  • 78-82% (Hanavi + Ticky): The ship, UFO and cube are alternating. Everywhere there is a change of gravity, it is especially difficult on a UFO, and in the ship sequence, more and more passes will be one block wide. The decoration is good because there is a beautiful pulsating space art in the background.
  • 83-88% (LioLeo): The same forms, but the main will already be a cube. There are a lot of timings, mainly on the spheres, actually inside the blocks. The main feature of the gameplay - all the time you move through narrow tunnels up and down, then right in a narrow space. The effects, in contrast to empty block-design, are amazing: the background consists of so-called "puzzles", and the spheres become unusual with the change in the "look" of the portals. Everything speaks of modern style.
  • 88-100% (Dominator): The last three stages: a cube with a wave and a robot. The gameplay is the same: on the cube and the robot, there are still timings, on a wave of hellish quick clicks. On this part you, although not surprised by its originality, will finally see something familiar - in front of the player - the usual 2.1 basic styles in blue tones. And here appears the inscription "Well done".

Records

Player Percentage Date Attempts Link
Seturan (Verifier) 100% August 15, 2018 32,731 YouTube
Rori 100% June 4, 2019 12,148 YouTube
Kainite 100% June 27, 2019 8,646 YouTube
Luciela 100% July 23, 2019 10,393 YouTube
Gizbro 100% July 26, 2019 7,264 YouTube
BrianTheBurger 100% September 8, 2019 5,696 YouTube
Kotamon 100% September 28, 2019 Unknown YouTube
Plusxenon 75% July 13, 2019 Unknown YouTube
Atomic 59% June 9, 2019 Unknown YouTube
Mycrafted 55% September 20, 2019 Unknown YouTube
Almohadaless 48% July 2, 2019 Unknown YouTube

Trivia

  • The level is free to copy.
  • KrampuX, apparently, built two parts.
    • This can be judged from the inscriptions on the parts DemN "DemN + Kram". Probably, the last nickname is exactly the abbreviation of the nickname of the organizer of the collab, and he probably assisted DemN in the construction of the level.
    • In addition, there are some inconsistencies with the level in the list of builders - there is a part made by Ticky between the parts of Hanavi and LioLeo, though there is a nickname at the end. From this, we can conclude that, perhaps, some parts were decorated by one person, and the gameplay was made by others.
  • It is also somewhat strange that the part after Dark Boshy doesn’t specify the author - perhaps this is a continuation of the previous part just mentioned or the beginning of the next part (from Spica).
  • Non4med, one of the creators, considers the Visible Ray a sequel to Ultraviolet.
    • It is rather strange that he considers it to be a sequel, not a remake since Ultraviolet was built by a different team.
  • Many of the inscriptions in the level, which are present in large numbers, can often be confused with the authors' nicknames, especially at the end, when the inscription "Almost Done" closes the entire screen, which is more typical for a player's nickname.
  • While verifying, Seturan nerfed the end of the level by making the mini-wave segment made by Dominator normal wave, and also removed the last triple spike.
  • Rori, the first victor of the level, considers this level to be easier than Bloodlust.

Walkthrough

-144hz- Visible Ray by krampux & more! I finally verified it!!

-144hz- Visible Ray by krampux & more! I finally verified it!!

The verification of Visible Ray. Credits to Seturan.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHpaB752peM
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TagpTSV2DH4
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0RcqguKkP4
  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjCtBVbg8yU
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJz1XHl4Xng
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yf3VKfVQGPI
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6FylAbbGY4
  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpXVla0znUY
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqVeMl6l6YU
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