Geometry Dash has many popular projects. From news sources like GD Today, all the way to entire communities like the GD Creator School, there are lots of awesome efforts started by the Geometry Dash community.
However, there are a good few Geometry Dash projects without the limitations of social medias such as Twitter and Discord. These are Geometry Dash websites, and there are a surprising amount of them!
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Dashword's user interface.
Yes, we're covering our own website first!
Dashword is estimated to be the third largest website on this list, attracting over ten thousand monthly readers.
You can find out more on our about page.
GDBrowser's home page user interface.
GDBrowser is estimated to be the first or second largest website on this list. It allows you to browse Geometry Dash's levels, profiles, and comments all from its website.
Whether or not it is bigger than the Demon List is unknown, but we estimate that it is bigger than Dashword.
Demon List (pointercrate.com)
Demon List's user interface.
The Pointercrate Demon List is estimated to be the first or second largest website on this list, as we are unsure as to whether or not GDBrowser gets more monthly visitors.
This project is the most popular ranking of Geometry Dash's hardest levels. It offers a leaderboard where players can compete against each other.
While there are other Demon Lists out there, this is the most popular and is what most people referring to the "Demon List" mean.
Geometry Dash Demon Progression (gddp.pro)
Geometry Dash Demon Progression's user interface. It has some holiday snow on it for the month of December!
The Geometry Dash Demon Progression is a list of recommended demons to complete in order to improve your skill, founded by popular player Trusta. You can log in to track which demons you've beaten as well as earn badges and other rewards.
It is likely the fourth largest website on this list as well, although this is purely speculations as we know very little about how many visitors this website gets on a monthly basis.
MyDemonList's planned user interface, screenshot from MyDemonList.
MyDemonList is currently work in progress and currently only displays a waiting page. When released, it will allow you to review Geometry Dash levels.
It is essentially a Geometry Dash level review site. Like some movie review sites, you will be able to rate Geometry Dash levels and write reviews for them.
GD Vault (gdvault.net)
GD Vault's user interface.
GD Vault is a website that houses information on a bunch of Geometry Dash levels with secret ways. You can browse its list of levels to grind free stars.
This website is very new so it is unknown how popular it is at the moment.
Seeing so many Geometry Dash projects, big or small, that choose to be on the web is amazing. As the lead developer of this very website, its so nice to see others choose to build their idea on the web, rather than on a social platform such as Twitter or Discord.
Do you have any ideas or websites for this list? Is there anything we missed? Let us know in the comments below!
December 19, 2022 Update: We've removed GD Docs, Extreme Demon Roulette, and Geometry Dash Heardle from this list for them being less serious projects and more of temporary gimmicks. From here on out, we will only add websites that have its own domain.