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News guides 28 December 2023, 02:07

How to Get Demon Keys in Geometry Dash (GD)

Wondering what Demon Keys are used for and how to get them in Geometry Dash? In this guide you will find the answers to these questions!

Source: Geometry Dash, developer: RobTop Games

Geometry Dash is a platformer in which the player's goal is to get the best score by trying to avoid all obstacles to the rhythm of music and reaching the end of a level. There are also a lot of interesting extras and secrets in this production, and one such option is to open chests in Treasure Room. Unfortunately, for this to become possible, you need to gather enough Demon Keys. In our guide you will learn how to get them.

How to get Demon Keys in Geometry Dash?

In Geometry Dash, players can choose among many maps of different difficulty. Playing on them, depending on the score they get, grants them Mana Orbs, which can be spent on various activities. In the case of Demon Keys, you only need to earn 500 Mana Orbs to get one such key (those from chests do not count).

Farming Mana Orbs can be a bit time-consuming, so if you want to collect them quickly, we recommend choosing maps with a higher difficulty level and number of stars.

Remember that you can't farm Mana Orbs indefinitely on the same level. It usually has an upper limit when it comes to this currency, so before choosing a particular map, pay attention to how many Mana Orbs you can get.

What are Demon Keys used for in Geometry Dash?

They are used to unlock Treasure Room and open chests, gaining various rewards such as icons, Mana Orbs, diamonds and more. Each time you are in possession of any Demon Key, it is worth using them to enrich your account with new additions.

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Dawid Lubczynski

Dawid Lubczynski

He completed his first degree studies in journalism. His adventure with Gamepressure began in 2019 when he undertook the difficult art of writing complex game guides. Over the years, became a specialist genre; in his spare time, he reads about mixtures that will help him reduce stress after the thousandth death at the same stage of the game. A huge fan of fighting games (Tekken) who regularly participates in tournaments.


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