Geometry Dash SubZero – what it is, how to download it

If you’re looking for a challenging, free, 2D shape-themed rhythm game to play, Geometry Dash SubZero might just be the pick for you

Geometry Dash SubZero: The Geometry Dash SubZero app logo featuring a blue cube with a scary face jumping over a triangle with a yellow outline, pasted on a blurred background of the level Power Trip

Geometry Dash is a rhythm game platformer that continues to be popular since its initial release in 2013. You’ve probably heard about it, seen it played, or played it yourself at least once. But what about Geometry Dash SubZero? Aficionados of the original Geometry Dash may not have heard of its smaller, super-difficult sibling.

If you’re after more Geometry Dash content, check out our Geometry Dash Scratch guide. Or, if you want more rhythm game action, check out our Project Sekai characters guide or our list of the best rhythm games on mobile.

Right, let’s crack on with exploring Geometry Dash SubZero.

Geometry Dash SubZero: a purple level from Geometry Dash SubZero

What is Geometry Dash SubZero?

Geometry Dash SubZero is a mini, free-to-play expansion app to the original Geometry Dash. It was released in 2017 and features three exclusive levels, as well as new achievements, icons and collectables. 

If you play the full version of Geometry Dash, you should be able to transfer over your SubZero unlocks through your user account.

Geometry Dash SubZero: A screenshot of the level Press Start, featuring a red-toned level background and a giant skull chasing the player.

How do I download Geometry Dash SubZero?

Geometry Dash SubZero is available for download on the Google Play store and the App Store for iOS. Just follow these steps to get started:

You can also play Geometry Dash SubZero Scratch version online for free in your browser on various websites.

Geometry Dash SubZero: A pink and yellow level with a screaming green cube

What are the Geometry Dash SubZero levels?

There are three exclusive levels in Geometry Dash SubZero. These are Press Start, Nock Em, and Power Trip. They range in difficulty from Normal to Harder, and each features its own theme song.

That’s everything you need to know about Geometry Dash SubZero! If you’re after more mobile games, check out our My Singing Monsters breeding guide or the best vampire games on Switch and mobile.