In this guide, I'm going to try to share some of the methods that I use to beat insane and extreme demons, as well as methods for grinding easy-medium demons.
The first thing I do when trying a demon for the first time is doing one practice run. The purpose of this is to learn the basic layout and gameplay of the level. This is not recommended on memorization demons, as this will just contribute to a huge chunk of your attempts. Next, you'll want to get a copy of the demon. If it has a password, either search up a copyable or look in the comment section to see if someone mentioned the pass.
On insane-extreme demons, I usually like to start by getting the end of the level down (usually the last 20% or 30%). I practice using a start position until I can do the last quarter or so of the level consistently. Then, I move the start position back. I usually move it to each gameplay portal (ship, ufo, etc) behind the previous one. Then I practice until I can do that part consistently to the end. I then continue moving the start position back until I can do most of the parts consistently in <5 attempts. After that, I usually do another practice run on the actual level. Your attempts should be at least under 30. Make sure you can get through each part consistently. You may have to learn patterns and transitions while practicing, so keep that in mind. After practicing the level (it usually takes me an hour to get the entire level down), I begin playing the level in normal mode.
If you're struggling with a specific part, you might want to go back to your copyable and practice it. It's a good idea to take breaks every now and then. If you quit the level and decide to pick it up another day, make sure you practice each individual part again on your copyable. Keep going until you beat the level. Learning the coins are optional. Good luck!
Now, for grinding demons, I use slightly different methods. For very easy demons, I usually don't have to use a copyable. I usually do one practice run, making sure I'm able to deal with the transitions and fast-paced gameplay. Then I play the level in normal mode, and I'm usually able to beat it quickly, in under 10 minutes. For easy demons, I usually use a copyable to practice just one or two parts, usually fast-paced parts or transitions. Once I get the entire level down, I play it in normal mode until I beat it. For medium-hard demons, I use a copyable, and make sure I get every single part down. If you don't, you'll most likely waste time and attempts with specific parts in the level that you didn't practice enough. For example, if you don't practice the end of a demon, you're more likely to die there a lot. This is also frustrating. Remember to take a break if you feel this way.
Keep in mind that if you're trying an extreme demon, you're going to have to be willing to dedicate a lot of free time to it. It's important to beat it quickly, because spending months on a single level will make practice difficult, as well as demotivate you. (This is what happened with me and The Hell World.) Remember, it's not a good idea to try something way above your skill level. List demons are not recommended for people using mobile devices or low-end computers. Remember, you have to be patient - you won't be able to beat the level immediately after practicing it. Again, you have to be dedicated to playing the level in normal mode for as long as it takes.
These are some of the methods that I use for demon slaying. I hope you found this guide helpful, and good luck!
Edit: If you're on a computer with 60hz, TURN OFF VSYNC! The amount of input lag that you get will decrease a lot, making demons much easier. A side effect of this is screen tearing, which you'll have to get used to. If you're using 144hz, turn on vsync instead.
notvx: anybody know how to make extreme demon gameplay?
Dec 3, 2023 6:23:27 GMT -5
Gmaxable: <269127> I do notvx! I am a gameplay member and host of an extreme demon collab I am doing! I finished al the gameplay and am decorating a different part. Why do you need extreme demon gameplay?
Dec 3, 2023 7:43:59 GMT -5