Avatar Game

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Avatar Game and the adventure of Jake Sully

Overcome all the obstacles of the game

For those who have seen the hit series Avatar, will definitely love this game. Join the adventure with the character Jake Sully and explore the challenges in the game.

Coming to Avatar Game, you will accompany our main character, Jake Sully. The player's task is to guide him to complete all the challenges of the game by jumping to avoid the obstacles in the game. If you have ever participated in Geometry Dash Lite, you will not need to spend too much time getting used to this game because the gameplay is quite similar.

Control guide

  • You can use the spacebar or click the left mouse to control your character.
  • Use the Z key to mark the checkpoint.
  • Press the X key to remove the checkpoint.

What makes the Avatar Game so attractive?

After the release of the movie of the same name, Avatar Game was released to meet the needs of gamers who love this movie. Let's discover what attractive features the game includes.

Game levels

The game is designed with three different game levels, including Stereo Madness, Back On Track, and Polargeist. In each level, players will experience the journey with different backgrounds. For those who have seen a movie on this topic, you will know that this movie is extremely famous for its extreme graphics. Similarly, Avatar Game also shows this strength. In each level, the game clearly shows sharp images, with harmonious colors that attract the attention of users. However, no matter what level you play, your mission remains the same.

Some other outstanding features

Avatar Game includes two game modes, Normal and Practice. In Normal mode, you will have to return to the starting position to start the game again every time you collide with obstacles. Your achievements will also be recognized through your performance in this mode. Meanwhile, you can practice, set checkpoints to play. Also, don't forget to follow the progress bar which will help you keep track of how far you've come in each level. If this progress bar runs out, you have completed the level.