RobTop Games is a video game company founded by Robert Topala (nicnamed, "RobTop") that produces games for mobile devices, most well known for creating the insanely popular mobile game, Geomerty Dash.
Robert's first video was a trailer for his first game, Boomlings. His channel was created May 8th, 2012 and was made about two months after RobTopGames was founded. He then created the world wide famous game Geometry Dash in 2013, and later started to upload sneak peaks, updates and other content on his YouTube channel. Additionally, he uses this account to comment on other people's YouTube channel and streams.
Geometry Dash is a series of five rhythm-based platforming video games where the principle game, Geometry Dash, currently has 21 official levels and more than 40 million online levels made by players. Each level features unique background music. Other features include a level editor, map packs, user-created levels, secret coins, and a variety of icons and game modes, as well as user coins, three shops and three secret vaults in the latest versions.
Geometry Dash uses a simple tapping/clicking system to control different vehicles that react when a player presses anywhere on the touchscreen (space/up key(s), mouse, or "A" button when using a controller if playing on the PC version) and can be held down to constantly interact. Users cannot control the speed at which the icon is moving, the only way to change speed is by touching a speed changing arrow set. The timing and rhythm of the in-game music are key parts of the game, often in relation to each other.
The objective of the game is to complete a level by reaching its end; however, if the player crashes into an obstacle, they will have to start over from the beginning. All levels (with the exception of the three "demon" rated levels in the full version) are unlocked from the start, so they can be played out of order. Along the way, the player can collect up to three secret coins in each official level, which are scattered in either hidden or challenging areas (or both).
If the player completes a level, he/she will be rewarded with icons or colors on main levels, and mana orbs, which can be used to purchase icons, death effects, or trails in the shops.
- Geometry Dash Lite
- Geometry Dash Meltdown (released December 19, 2015)
- Geometry Dash World
- Geometry Dash SubZero (released December 21, 2017 )
- Before Robert created Geometry Dash, he was studying the art of civil engineering.
- The first game he created was called "Bounce Ball Thingy"
- Rob's full name is "Robert Nicolas Christian Topala"