The Difficulty Rating System

You see tutorials that have these “(Difficulty: (square)” things. They are colored - but you don’t know what they mean.

Here’s a Difficulty rating system - Which will know the meanings of it.

Difficulty: :green_square:
You’ll see almost every guide having this - This means this tutorial will be very easy, such as beginners of gimkit creative.

This means like Making a “Answer Questions” button, guides of teleporters, etc. is very easy. Such as everyone will be able to complete this perfectly.

It’ll require no blocks, or any advanced devices.


Difficulty: :yellow_square:
You might have seen this before. This means that some people might be able to complete this. Since this difficulty is Called “Easy”, not “Very Easy”.

This means like making art using devices, making a farm, lasers on and off, etc.

This requires some devices, and it might cause a lot of wires.


Difficulty: :orange_square:
Some also kind of have this, which means medium. This is a bit difficult, and might be hard for beginners of gimkit creative.

This means how to take turns, how to get a random item when you destory a prop, how to make a button that upgrades your weapon tier, etc.

It can require wire repeaters, some advanced devices.


Difficulty: :red_square:
This means that a tutorial is difficult for most starters of gimkit creative, or most gims due to Advanced Gimkit Devices.

This is like How to make a bank with interest, making memory match, etc.

It will require advanced gimkit devices, a lot of wires, and block-coding.


Difficulty: :purple_square:
This means that the tutorial is VERY hard, and most of it costs a huge percentage of your memory usage. This is rare, with 3 tutorials that are very hard.

Such as Advanced Update Order (AUO), Advanced Update Order Family, and how to make Tic-Tac-Toe.

This requires a lot of skills of gimkit creative’s advanced devices.


Difficulty: :black_large_square:
This means that this tutorial is EXTRA hard, and 97% of Gims could not complete it perfectly, Including Pros of Gimkit Creative, since it costs a very huge amount of memory usage. This is VERY Rare, since only 1 tutorial has this.

This 1 tutorial is How to make ___Land.

It costs a large amount of skills you need for advanced devices of gimkit creative, or learn all devices about it.


And that’s the Difficulty Rating System! In conclusion, if you see a square, that means it stands for a difficulty, like if a tutorial has a orange square, the tutorial is Medium.

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