Theory Of Everything 2 Analysis: Part One
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Wow, this level’s name is so long that the full title of this blog doesn’t fit neatly into the box ;-; From now on, I’ll refer to Theory of Everything 2 as ToE2, unless I feel the full name is necessary.
Any suggestions you may have for the series should be left in the comments, and any feedback is much appreciated. With that all out of the way, let’s get started.
ToE2 is, in my opinion, the easiest official RobTop Demon. I beat it in a mere 1515 attempts, and that’s including my now deleted copyable. Compare that to 2696 for Deadlocked, and 1784 for Clubstep. I have much more experience with the beginning of the level in contrast to the end, as when beating it, I only played the last 30% twice on the real copy: the rest were a jumbled mess on my copyable.
There is a theme to this level, as it does feel consistent and unique, at least until the weird coloured UFO bit, but I’ll get to that later… It feels like a mix of Electroman Adventures and Clutterfunk, but not in the way Blast Processing does. It shares many elements with BP, however ToE2 is more fun, most likely due to its difficulty compared to the previous two levels. ToE2 is basically a memory Demon. contrasting Clubstep, which is more of a skill-based Demon.
Due to RubRub’s unoriginality, ToE2 begins with a simple cube section. Each orb that you shouldn’t hit are clearly either highlighted, or it’s just obvious you shouldn’t hit it.
Theory Of Everything 2 Analysis: Part Two
Without any introduction, let’s get riiiiight into the pooooost. Is that meme dead yet? I think I’m about a millennium too late. Don’t you worry, I know my memes, I keep up to date: promise.
Whilst many people hate the mini wave in Deadlocked, I quite like it. Similarly, I like the mini wave in ToE2. I’ve only ever gone through this part twice, so believe me when I say it’s easy.
To end the level, ToE2 throws a few orbs at you, but all you need to do is continuously tap, then slide to victory on the mouth of an uprooted worm.
The first coin is, at the best of times, irritating to get. It’s in plain sight, but the entrance is – you guessed it – invisible. Along with the upside down double speed ship, the tight space and necessary straight fly is difficult to master altogether, so good luck.
ToE2’s second coin is located in one of those easy wave parts. Unfortunately, I haven’t ever attempted to collect this coin, so I don’t personally know hpw hard it is to get, however many people have ranked it as one of the toughest coins in the official levels, even surpassing Clubstep’s second coin and Deadlocked’s first coin. Saying this, you may not struggle with any of these three; I only struggle with ToE2’s.
9.2 / 10
I hope all of that text wasn’t too excruciatingly boring for you! If you disagree, tell me in the comments below, and if I legitimately offended you, feel free to notify me, and I’ll attempt to resolve the situation civilly 🙂
– GabeLucario :3
Theory Of Everything 2 By Dj
This song is track #2 in Best of Geometry Dash by dj-Nate, which has a total of 5 tracks. The duration of this track is 3:41 and was released on September 12, 2017.As of now, this track is currently not as popular as other songs out there.Theory of Everything 2 has a lot of energy, which makes it the perfect workout song. Though, it might not give you a strong dance vibe. So, this may not be something that you would want to play at a dance-off.
Theory of Everything 2 BPM
Theory of Everything 2 has a BPM of 132.Since this track has a tempo of 132, the tempo markings of this song would beAllegro .Based on the tempo, this track could possibly be a great song to play while you are walking.Overall, we believe that this song has a fast tempo.
Theory of Everything 2 Key
The key of Theory of Everything 2 is D Major. In other words, for DJs who are harmonically matchings songs, the Camelot key for this track is 10B.So, the perfect camelot match for 10B would be either 10B or 11A.While, 11B can give you a low energy boost.For moderate energy boost, you would use 7B and a high energy boost can either be 12B or 5B.Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 10A or 9B will give you a low energy drop, 1B would be a moderate one, and 8B or 3B would be a high energy drop.Lastly, 7A allows you to change the mood.
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